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Old 05-30-2019, 02:05 PM   #15
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JRR Tolkien – Artist and Ilustrator

JRR Tolkien – Artist and Ilustrator:
Yes: Artist; Frontispiece; The Hills of the Morning; Akallabeth – Númenorean sailors exploring the East
Yes: Artist; no. 2; p. 6; “knotgrass”; QS, Cha. 1 – “Then the seeds that Yavanna had sown began swiftly to sprout and to burgeon”
No: Artist; no. 3; p. 8; Spring 1940; unuasble due to the garden Fence in the background.
No: Artist; no. 4; p. 10; They slept in beauty side by side; unusabel due to modern motiv
No: Artist; no. 5; p. 11; NN (“tow boy on the beach”); unusabel due to modern motiv
No: Artist; no. 6; p. 12; NN (“ship at anchor”); unusabel due to modern motiv
No: Artist; no. 7; p. 13; NN (“Alder on a river”); unusable due to modern houses in the background
No: Artist; no. 8; p. 14; “Lemis Regis, Habour seen from window of the salon of the Cups-Hotel”; unusabel due to modern motiv
Maybe: Artist; no. 9; p. 15; Whitby; usabel, but where would be a seting for this?
Maybe: Artist; no. 10; p. 15; Ruins at West End of Whitby Abbey; usable, but where would be a seting for this?
Yes: Artist; no. 11; p. 16; Lambourn, Berks; Gondor and the Heirs of Anárion – “and they took all the land beyond to dwell in, between the river and the Far Downs”
Yes: Artist; no. 12; p. 17; ‘Quallington Carpenter’, Eastbury Berkshire; Concerning Hobbits – “Hobbits had long been accustomed to build sheds and workshops”
Maybe: Artist; no. 13; p. 18; Gargoyles, South Side, Lambourn; usable, but where would be a seting for this?
Maybe: Artist; no. 14; p. 19; Pagent House Gardens Warwick; usable, but where would be a seting for this?
No: Artist; no. 15; p. 20; Phonix Farm, Gedling; unusable, the house looks to modern
No: Artist; no. 16; p. 21; King’s Norton from Bilberry Hill; unusable due to the church tower in the back ground
Maybe: Artist; no. 17; p. 21; “Foxglove-Year”; usable, if we find a good place
No: Artist; no. 18; p. 22; “The Cottage, Brant Green”; unusable, due to the modern look of the house
No: Artist; no. 19; p. 23 Turl Street, Oxford; unusable due to the modern motiv
No: Artist; no. 20; p. 24; Caerthilian Cove & Lion Rock; unusable due to the very specific motive
Yes: Artist; no. 21; p. 25; Cove near the Lizard; FoG – “For among the tall and sea-hewn cliffs south of Drengist there were many coves and sheltered inlets”
No: Artist; no. 22; p. 26; Gipsy Green; unusable, the house looks to modern
No: Artist; no. 23; p. 27; High Life at Gipsy Green; unusable, due to the motives
No: Artist; no. 24; p. 28; NN “The Tolkien Family & Jennie Grove; unusable, due to the motives
No: Artist; no. 25; p. 29; “O, to be in Oxford (North), now, since it is summer there”; unusable, due to the motives
No: Artist; no. 26; p. 29; “View from Mr. Wallis’ Broad Street, Lyme”; unusable, due to the motives
Yes: Artist; no. 27; p. 30; Tumble Hill near Lyme Regis; QS, Cha. 5 – “and it touched the Lonely Isle, and its western shore grew green and fair”
No: Artist; no. 28; p. 31; New Lodge, Stonyhurst; unusable, the house looks to modern
Yes: Artist; no. 29; p. 32; “Summer in Kerry”; Aldarion and Erendis - “Therefore ere long she left Armenelos, and went to Emerië in the midst of the Isle, where ever, far and near, the bleating of sheep was borne upon the wind.”
No: Artist; no. 30; p. 34; Before; unusable, due to the motive
No: Artist; no. 31; p. 35; Afterwards; unusable, due to the motive
Yes: Artist; no. 32; p. 37; Wickedness; QS, Cha. 1 – “And some said that there was another hall, one yet wider and more dark than the first. Therein before Namo’s black chair burnt a brazier with a single flickering coal, and the roof was of bats' wings, and the pillars that upheld it and the walls about were made of basalt.”
No: Artist; no. 33; p. 38; Thought; unusable, due to the motive
No: Artist; no. 34; p. 39; Undertenishness; unusable, due to the motive
No: Artist; no. 35; p. 39; Grownupishness; unusable, due to the motive
No: Artist; no. 36; p. 40; “End of the World”; unusable, due to the motive
No: Artist; no. 37; p. 41; Xanadu; unusable, due to the motive
Maybe: Artist; no. 38; p. 42; NN (“House in the North”); usabel, but where would be a seting for this?
Maybe: Artist; no. 39; p. 42; Beyond; usable, but where would be a seting for this?
Yes: Artist no. 40; p. 43; Eeriness; The Istari – “Rhosgobel, the old home of Radagast, is said to have been in the forest between the Carrok and the Old Forest Road near the southern borders of Mirkwood.”
No: Artist; no. 41; p. 44; The Land of Pohja; unusable, due to the motive
Yes: Artist No. 42; p. 46; Water, Wind & Sand; FoG – “I sat on the ruined margin of the deep-voiced echoing sea / Whose endless roaring music crashed in foaming harmony”
Yes: Artist; no.43; p.47; Tanaqui; QS, Cha. 5 - “Here was the place that those fair Elves bethought them to dwell”
Yes: Artist; no. 44; p. 48; The Shores of Faery; QS, Cha. 34 – “He walked now in the deserted ways of Tirion” (because of the Sun and Moon in the Sky)
No: Artist; no. 45; p. 49; “The Man in the Moon”; unusable, it is an illustration for ‘The Man in the Moon came down to sson” but we do not include that in our text.
Yes: Artist; no. 46; p. 50; Mithrim; see Pictures; no. 32 for a bigger repräsentation; QS, Cha. 15 – “Therefore coming at length to Hithlum he made his first camp and dwelling by the north-shore of Lake Mithrim.”
Yes: Artist; no. 47; p. 51; Glórund sets forth to seek Túrin; see Pictures; no. 38 for a correted title; Narn, The coming of Glaurung – “that indeed Glaurung himself made them. For he had left Nargothrond, and was abroad again on some errand.”
Yes: Artist; no. 48; p. 52; Hringboga Heorte Gefysed; see Pictures; no. 40 for a bigger representation; Narn, Nirnaeth Arnoediad – “There came wolves, and wolfriders, and there came Balrogs, and there came worms and drakes,”
Yes: Artist; no. 49; p. 52; NN (Dragon with Warrior); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 27; p. 52
No: Artist; no. 50; p. 54; Wudu Wyrtum Fæst; unusable, due to the motive
No: Artist; no. 51; p. 55; Wudu Wyrtum Fæst; unusable, due to the motive
Yes: Artist; no. 52; p. 56; Halls of Manwe (Taniquetil); QS, Cha. 5 – “For Alqualondë, the Haven of the Swans, was their chief town, and the harbour of their ships; and these were fashioned in the likeness of swans, white, and their beaks were of gold with eyes of gold and jet.”
Yes: Artist; no. 53; p.57; NN (Mountain Landscape); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 36; p. 60
Yes: Artist; no. 54; p. 58; Taur-na-Fúin; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 48; p. 76
Yes: Artist; no.55; p. 59; The Vale of Sirion (Tol Sirion); QS, Cha. 17 – “And Finrod held the pass of Sirion, and built a great watchtower, Minas Tirith, upon an isle in the midst of the river”
Yes: Artist; no. 56; p. 60; Nargothrond; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 54; p. 85
Yes: Artist; no. 57; p. 60; NN (Nargothrond); see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 55; p. 85
Yes: Artist; no. 58; p. 61; Gondolin & the Vale of Tumladen from Cristhorn; QS, Cha. 18 – “Turgon appointed its name, and it was called Gondolin”
Yes: Artist; no. 59; p. 62; NN (“Three Frieze”); The Fall of Númenor - “and Númenor went down into the sea, with all its children and its wives and its maidens and its ladies proud; and all its gardens and its halls and its towers, its tombs and its riches, and its jewels and its webs and its things painted and carven, and its lore: they vanished for ever.”
Yes: Artist; no. 60; p. 63; The Wood at the World's End; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 99; p. 136
Yes: Artist; no. 61; p. 63; “Moonlight on a Wood”; QS, Cha. 14 - “Isil was first wrought and made ready, and first rose into the region of the stars, and was the elder of the lights, as was Telperion of the Trees. Then for a while the world had moonlight, and many creatures stirred and woke that had waited long in the Sleep of Yavanna”
Yes: Artist; no. 62; p. 64; The Tree of Amalion; QS, Cha. 1 – “So fair were these abodes and so great the brilliance of the trees of Valinor”
No: Artist; from no. 63; p. 68 to no. 83; p. 88; unusable due to the fact that they are illustrations for other works of Tolkien now published in these.
Yes: Artist; no. 84; p. 90; Wilderland, “Sketch”; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 88; p. 124
No: Artist; no. 85; p. 92; Thror’s Map, Copied by B. Baggins; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 25; p. 51
No: Artist; no. 86; p. 93; Thror’s Map, “proof”; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 29; p. 54
No: Artist; no. 87; p. 94; Wilderland, “final version”; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 89; p. 125
No: Artist; no. 88; p. 96; Mirkwood; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 47; p. 75
Yes: Artist; no. 89; p. 97; One morning early in the Quiet of the World; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 1; p. 20
No: Artist; no. 90; p. 98; Bagend Underhill; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 2; p. 22
No: Artist; no. 91; p. 99; Gandalf; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 3; p. 23
No: Artist; no. 92; p. 100; The Hill, Hobbiton; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 4; p. 25
No: Artist; no. 93; p. 102; NN (“Sketch for The Hill”); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 5; p. 26
No: Artist; no. 94; p. 102; The Hill, Hobbiton; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 6; p. 27
No: Artist; no. 95; p. 103; NN (“Sketch for The Hill”); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 8; p. 29
No: Artist; no. 96; p. 103; NN (“Sketch for The Hill”); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 9; p. 30
No: Artist; no. 97; p. 105; The Hill: Hobbiton across the Water; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 10; p. 32
No: Artist; no. 98; p. 106; The Hill: Hobbiton-across-the Water; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 11; p. 33
Yes: Artist; no. 99; p. 108; Troll’s Hill; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 13; p. 36
Yes: Artist; no. 100; p. 109; The Three Trolls are turned to Stone; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 15; p. 39
No: Artist; no. 101; p. 110; Jennie Harbour: “Hensel comforts his sister Gretel”; not original Tolkien
No: Artist; no. 102; p. 111; The Trolls; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 16; p. 40
Yes: Artist; no. 103; p. 112; NN (“Sketch of marsching dwarves and Smaug”); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 73; p. 107
Yes: Artist; no. 104; p. 113; Riding down into Rivendell; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 17; p. 42
Maybe: Artist; no. 105; p. 114; Rivendell looking West; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 20; p. 44
Yes: Artist; no. 106; p. 115; Rivendel looking East; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 21; p. 45
No: Artist; no. 107; p. 116; Rivendell; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 22; p. 47
No: Artist; no. 108; p. 117; Rivendell; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 23; p. 48
No: Artist; no. 109; p. 118; The Mountain-path; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 34; p. 58
No: Artist; no. 110; p. 119; The Misty Mountains looking west from the Eyrie towards Goblin Gate; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 37; p. 61
No: Artist; no. 111; p. 119; The Misty Mountains looking west from the Eyrie towards Goblin Gate; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 38; p. 62
No: Artist; no. 112; p. 120; Alexander Thorburn: Golden Eagle (squab); not original Tolkien
No: Artist; no. 113; p. 121; Bilbo Woke Up with the Early Sun in His Eyes; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 39; p. 63
No: Artist; no. 114; p. 122; E.V. Gordon: NN (“Inside of an old-norse Hall”); not original Tolkien
Yes: Artist; no. 115; p. 122; Firelight in Beorn’s House; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 41; p. 67
No: Artist; no. 116; p. 123; Beorn’s Hall; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 44; p. 70
No: Artist; no. 117; p. 124; NN (Entrance to the Elvenking’s Halls); see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 49; p. 78
No: Artist; no. 118; p. 125; Entrance to the Elvenking’s Halls; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 51; p. 80
Yes: Artist; no. 119; p. 125; NN (Entrance to the Elvenking's Halls); see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 52; p. 81
No: Artist; no. 120; p. 127; Gate of the Elvenking’s Halls; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 53; p. 82
No: Artist; no. 121; p. 128; The Elvenking’s Gate; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 58; p. 88
No: Artist; no. 122; p. 129; Sketch for The Forest River; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 61; p. 92
Yes: Artist; no. 123; p. 130; NN (Sketch for Bilbo comes to the Huts of the Raftelves); see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 63; p. 94
No: Artist; no. 124; p. 131; Bilbo comes to the Huts of the Raftelves; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 64; p. 95
No: Artist; no. 125; p. 132; Robert Nunro nach A. de Mortillet: NN (“Reconstruction of a lake dwelling”); not original Tolkien
Yes: Artist; no. 126; p. 132; Esgaroth; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 65; p. 97
No: Artist; no. 127; p. 133; Lake Town; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 66; p. 98
Yes: Artist; no. 128; p. 134; The Lonely Mountain; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 87; p. 122
Yes: Artist; no. 129; p. 136; NN (Gnarled Tree); see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 67; p. 100
No: Artist; no. 130; p. 137; The Front Gate; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 68; p. 101
Yes: Artist; no. 131; p. 138; The Back Door; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 69; p. 102
Yes: Artist; no. 132; p. 139; View from Back Door; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 70; p. 103
No: Artist; no. 133; p. 140; Conversation with Smaug; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 71; p. 104
No: Artist; no. 134; p. 142; NN (Smaug flies around the Lonely Mountain); see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 74; p. 108
Yes: Artist; no. 135; p. 142; The Front Door; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 76; p. 110
No: Artist; no. 136; p. 143; The Lonely Moutain; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 77; p. 111
Yes: Artist; no. 137; p. 144; Death of Smaug; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 78; p. 113
Yes: Artist; no. 138; p. 145; The Coming of the Eagles; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 80; p. 116
No: Artist; no. 139; p. 146; The Hall at Bag-End; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 90; p. 127
Yes: Artist; no. 140; p. 147; Der Hobbit, “Sketch of the Front cover”; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 92; p. 130
No: Artist; no. 141; p. 147; Der Hobbit, “Sketch of the back cover and spine”; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 97; p. 134
Yes: Artist; no. 142; p. 148; Der Hobbit, “final cover”; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 92; p. 130
Yes: Artist; no. 143; p. 149; Trail dust-jacket; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 100; p. 137
No: Artist; no. 144; p. 151; “Dust jacket for the Hobbit, final design”; see Art of The Hobbit; fig. 101; p. 138
Yes: Artist; no. 145; p. 152; Barad-dûr; see Art of LotR; fig. 147; p. 187
Yes: Artist; no. 146; p. 154; NN (“Brandywine Ferry”); Art of LotR; fig. 21; p. 41
Yes: Artist; no. 147; p. 155; Old Man Willow; Art of LotR; fig. 23; p. 42
Yes: Artist; no. 148 & 149; p. 157; Moria Gate; see Art of LotR; fig. 39; p. 64
No: Artist; no. 150; p. 158; NN (“Door’s of Dúrin”); see Art of LotR; fig. 41; p. 67
No: Artist; no. 151; p. 158; NN (“Door’s of Dúrin”); see Art of LotR; fig. 42; p. 67
No: Artist; no. 152; p. 158; NN (“Door’s of Dúrin”); see Art of LotR; fig. 43; p. 6
No: Artist; no. 153; p. 158; NN (“Door’s of Dúrin”); see Art of LotR; fig. 44; p. 67
No: Artist; no. 154; p. 159; NN (“Door’s of Dúrin” printed version); see Art of LotR; fig. 46; p. 70
No: Artist; no. 155; p. 160; One page of the Book of Moria (“Book of Marzabul, first page, second version”); see Art of LotR; fig. 56; p. 79
No: Artist; no. 156; p. 161; NN (“Book of Marzabul”), “third page, final version”; see Art of LotR; fig. 63; p. 87
Yes: Artist; no. 157; p. 162; The Forest of Lothlorien in Spring; see Art of LotR; fig. 64; p. 88
Yes: Artist; no. 158; p. 163; NN (“Dimrill Dale and Mountains of Moria”); see Art of LotR; fig. 37; p. 61
No: Artist; no. 159; p. 164; Rauros Falls & the Tindrock; see Art of LotR; fig. 68; p. 93
No: Artist; no. 160; p. 165; NN (“Helm’s Deep”); see Art of LotR; fig. 76; p. 103
Yes: Artist; no. 161; p. 165; Helm’s Deep & the Hornburg; see Art of LotR; fig. 74; p. 101
Yes: Artist; no. 162; p. 166; Orthanc (1); see Art of LotR; fig. 77; p. 106
No: Artist; no. 163; p. 167; Isengard / Nan Curunir; see Art of LotR; fig. 78; p. 107
Yes: Artist; no. 164; p. 168; Isengard & Orthanc; see Art of LotR; fig. 82; p. 113
No: Artist; no. 165; p. 170; NN (Three Sketchs of Dunharrow); see Art of LotR; fig. 117; p. 155
Yes: Artist; no. 166; p. 171; Dunharrow; see Art of LotR; fig. 124; p. 159
No: Artist; no. 167; p. 172; NN (Minas Tirith); see Art of LotR; fig. 105; p. 141
No: Artist; no. 168; p. 173; Stanburg or Stoneborg; see Art of LotR fig. 106; p. 142
No: Artist; no. 169; p. 174; NN (Minas Tirith); see Art of LotR; fig. 113; p. 148
Yes: Artist; no. 170; p. 175; NN (Minas Morgul, “Entrance”); see Art of LotR; fig. 84; p. 116
Yes: Artist; no. 171; p. 175; “Shelob’s Lair”; see Art of LotR; fig. 93; p. 125
No: Artist; no. 172; p. 176; NN (Kirith Ungol); see Art of LotR; fig. 96; p. 129
Yes: Artist; no. 173; p. 176; NN (Kirith Ungol); see Art of LotR; fig. 98; p. 130
Yes: Artist; no. 174; p. 177; NN (“Tower of Kirith Ungol”); see Art of LotR; fig. 139; p. 176
Yes: Artist; no. 175; p. 178; “Plan of Farmer Cotton’s House”; see Art of LotR; fig. 155; p. 198
No: Artist; no. 176; p. 179; “Dust jacket for The Fellowship”; see Art of LotR; fig. 166; p. 210
No: Artist; no. 177; p. 179; “Dust jacket for The Fellowship”; see Art of LotR; fig. 167; p. 211
Yes: Artist; no. 178; p. 180; “Dust jacket for The Two Towers”; see Art of LotR; fig. 176; p. 220
No: Artist; no. 179; p. 180; “Dust jacket for The Two Towers”; see Art of LotR; fig. 178; p. 221
Yes: Artist; no. 180; p. 181; “Dust jacket for The Two Towers”; see Art of LotR; fig. 179; p. 222
Yes: Artist; no. 181; p. 182; “Sketch for the dust jacket of The Return of the King; see Art of LotR; fig. 185; p. 231
Yes: Artist; no. 182; p. 183; “Dust jacket for The Two Towers”; see Art of LotR; fig. 184; p. 230
Yes: Artist; no. 183; p. 186; NN (Muster); compare Pictures; no. 44; the winged sun in the upper right corner); QS, Cha. 3 – Heraldic sign of Tata: “Then Tata claimed the right of second choice”; the snow flake in the upper middle; Ainulindalë - “Water is become now fairer than my heart imagined, neither had my secret thought conceived the snow-flake, nor in all my music was contained the falling of the rain.”
Maybe: Artist; no. 184; p. 188; NN (“Doodles”); I don’t know if we can use any of these
Yes: Artist; no. 185; p. 189; Mordor Special Mission Flying Corps, Emblem; The War of the Ring - “The Nazgûl rode the air, cowing all hearts.”; Sauorn’s Eye; better us another depiction
Maybe: Artist; no. 186; p. 190; NN (Muster); I don’t know if we can use any of these
Yes: Artist; no. 187; p. 191; Númenórian Carpet; see Pictures; no. 46
No: Artist; no. 188; p. 192; NN (“Heraldic device of Idril”); better use the later version
Yes: Artist; no. 189; p. 192; Idrils heraldic device; FoG – “had not his heart been filled with love for a woman of the Gondolindrim, Idril Celebrindal, the daughter of the king.”
Yes: Artist; no. 190; p. 193; Earendil; FoG – “for in great love Idril bore to Tuor a son and he was called Eärendil. He had this name as father-name, and as mother-name he was called Ardamírë, 'Jewel of the World'.”
Yes: Artist; no. 190; p. 193; Gil-galad; QS, Cha. 32 – “And Ereinion Gil-galad son of Orodreth, who had escaped the fall of Nargothrond came to Sirion's Mouth and was named a King of the Noldor there.”
Yes: Artist; no. 191; p. 194; Finwe and Elwe; QS, Cha. 3 – “And three only of the chieftains of the Quendi were willing to adventure the journey: Ingwë, Finwë, and Elwë, who afterward were kings.”
Yes: Artist; no. 192; p. 195; Finraphin and Fingolfin; QS, Cha. 5 – “Nolofinwë (one of the first to be changed) was given the form Fingolfin, that is Finwë Nolofinwë was given a Sindarin style in sounds, and combined in one name. A most unusual procedure, and not imitated in any other name.[Footnote to the text: Except for Finarfin as the name of his younger brother. …]”
Yes: Artist; no. 193; p. 196; Melian; QS, Cha. 4 – “Melian was a maia, of the race of the Valar.”
Yes: Artist; no. 194; p. 197; Lúthien Tinuvíel; QS, Cha. 12 – “It is not known to any among Elves or Men when Lúthien, only child of Elwë and Melian, came into the World, fairest of all the Children of Ilúvatar that were or shall be.”
Yes: Artist; no. 195; p. 197; Lúthien Tinuvíel; BL, “Of Lúthien the beloved”
Yes: Artist; no. 196; p. 198; NN (Grasses); QS, Cha. 1 – “wealth there was of her imagining, and nowhere more rich than in the midmost parts of the Earth”
No: Artist; no. 197; p. 200; NN (“Floral Alphabet”); I think this is unusable
No: Artist; no. 198; p. 202; “Page from Dangweth Pengoloð; I think this is unusable
No: Artist; no. 199; p. 202; King’s Letter, second version; better use the later version
Yes: Artist; no. 200; p. 208; The Misty Mountains; see Art of the Hobbit; fig. 35; p. 60

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