Letter 48 is the forty-eighth letter written by J.R.R. Tolkien and published in The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien.


C.S. Lewis had been going around England giving talks on Christian religion to RAF stations and had turn out to be sick. Tolkien was to learn that Lewis had been wiped out, and with no U.Q. to recommend it was his last ailment! Their Wednesday gatherings must be an obligation since there appeared to be such a variety of hindrances and evil gadgets restricting it.

Ridley was so astounded at the obliviousness of every one of his cadets that he jumped at the possibility of one more hour. Tolkien expected that Lewis was endeavoring an excess of and was tiring himself into a simple casualty for infections. He would have liked to influence Lewis to decrease his goes to help with the cadets. Tolkien's endeavors had not won and he required Lewis.

Tolkien signed the letter "T".