Last week we learned how to pronounce all things Middle-Earth. But keep in mind, Tolkien was not only a linguist, he was an historian. That means writing stuff down in all those languages he created. Calligraphy enthusiasts, this bit’s for you!
Accordingly, writing systems are put forth in this subsection, being an essential part of language and its evolution, and the history of their evolution is outlined. The section on the Fëanorian Letters deals with the usage of the system and the names of the letters, complete with a table of Tengwar (Elven letters). For Cirth, the same is provided in regards to Angerthas (Dwarven letters), followed by a discussion of how different peoples modified the system.
I am SO in over my head here.