Which comes first, art or nature?
Which comes first, art or…
last sunday…. by rolfmarke
But the host of Morgoth, aroused by the tumult of Lammoth and the light of the burning at Losgar, came through the passes of Ered Wethrin, the Mountains of Shadow, and assailed Fëanor on a sudden, before his camp was full-wrought or put in defence; and there on the grey fields of Mithrim was fought the Second Battle in the Wars of Beleriand.
– The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion Chapter XIII Of the Return of the Noldor
Let me start this by saying that my opinion is the final say on the matter and that any who disagree will be drawn and quartered… Of course not, you’re all allowed to disagree with the Lord of Darkness, Master of the World and King of Men. Nothing bad will come of it 🙂
Very interesting read, both the source and esbonline‘s addendum. I just like to say: History is written by the victor. =)
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