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Lingw – Musings of a Fish: 2010 – The blog of Tolkien. – The title of this post invokes a rather well-known work of Inklings scholarship, Women among the Inklings (Candice Fredrick and Sam McBride; Greenwood, 2001). The book discusses, among other things, women on the fringe of the Inklings’ coterie: the members’ wives, friends, and fellow authors.

Mars Needs Women – TV Tropes – "An especially enjoyable biological howler was the notion, common on pulp magazine covers, that aliens would lust after human women, especially if partially unclad, this being on par with men lusting after squids." Very rarely, the species either culturally values the idea of human slave concubines.

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Flickr: The Oxford Pool – Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.

St Hughs College – Reviewed Restaurants,Cafes,Takeaways. – A must see place if you are visiting Oxford. The food is lovely, the staff are nice and it was an incredible experience for me to be in the place where J.R.R Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and the Inklings were spending a lot of time discussing the topics of the world, like true hobbits!

Summertown – Reviewed Restaurants,Cafes,Takeaways & Pubs Oxford – A must see place if you are visiting Oxford. The food is lovely, the staff are nice and it was an incredible experience for me to be in the place where J.R.R Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and the Inklings were spending a lot of time discussing the topics of the world, like true hobbits!

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"Amanda McKittrick Ros and the Inklings" by Gorman, Anita G. – From time to time one of the inklings reads aloud a poem, perhaps one of his own, perhaps not, and discussion follows. And once in a while, C. S. Lewis opens a copy of Amanda McKittrick Ros’s novel Irene Iddesleigh and challenges the members to see which of them is capable of reading the longest "without breaking into helpless laughter.

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