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sublim-ature:River Etive, ScotlandJohn Robinson On the next day…

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River Etive, Scotland
John Robinson


On the next day they bore her towards Ephel Brandir; but when they came to Dimrost, the Rainy Stair, where the tumbling stream of Celebros fell towards Teiglin, a great shuddering came upon her, wherefore afterwards that place was called Nen Girith, the Shuddering Water.
– The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion Chapter XXI Of Túrin Turambar

sublim-ature:River Etive, ScotlandJohn Robinson

On the next day…

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ponderation: Romantic Cabin by Johann Trojer Thereafter he…

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Romantic Cabin by Johann Trojer

Thereafter he fled out into the winter, a hunted man; but he was aided by some that remained of Hador’s people and knew the ways of the wild, and with them he escaped through the falling snow and came to an outlaws’ refuge in the southern mountains of Dor-lómin.
– The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion Chapter XXI Of Túrin Turambar

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Romantic Cabin by Johann Trojer

Thereafter he…

scifi-fantasy-horror:by D SL Morwen, who was described via…

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by D SL

Morwen, who was described via proxy:

… and he was in truth the son of Morwen Eledhwen to look upon: dark-haired and pale-skinned, with grey eyes, and his face more beautiful than any other among mortal Men, in the Elder Days.
– The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion Chapter XXI Of Túrin Turambar

scifi-fantasy-horror:by D SL

Morwen, who was described via…

Reader: The Silmarillion. Quenta Silmarillion, Chapter 21 “Of Túrin Turambar”

Reader deep thought: No wonder this chapter trumped the one on Beren and Lúthien; the Lay of Leithian was also the shorter compared to the Narn i Hîn Húrin. After reading this chapter, it’s beginning to feel like proper measures and superb fortifications against depression are needed to attempt the actual book. Unsurprisingly, the Silmarils again asserted their glittering allure. Still, buried under all the melodrama must be the great wonder of Thingol’s about-face on a core tenant of his belief system.
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