Collection: MS 1952: Tolkien-Gordon Collection

Archive File icon Archive File: Brýdleop

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Title: Brýdleop

Level: File 

Classmark: MS 1952/2/16

Creator(s): Tolkien, J R R (1892-1973)

Date: 1930

Main language: Old English

Size and medium: manuscript booklet; 7 leaves

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/378428 

Collection group(s): English Literature

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Description

Tolkien's bridal song written in Old English for the wedding of Eric V. Gordon and Ida L. Pickles in 1930. Note in biro on the front cover reads 'Tolkien's Bridal Song written for our wedding'. The song is written in red and black ink. The initials of each verse are rubricated and two are decorated. Signed '.IRRT.'

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