Tolkien and Dickens descendants collaborate on children's fantasy
Poet Michael GR Tolkien's reworking of classic children's fantasy is read for audiobook by Charles Dickens's great-great grandson
It is a match made in publicists' heaven: the grandson of JRR Tolkien and the great-great grandson of Charles Dickens have collaborated for the first time on a verse retelling of a classic fantasy story.
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