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The Silmarillion - Quenta Silmarillion: The History of the Silmarils, Chapter 7: Of the Silmarils and the Unrest of the Noldor and Chapter 8: Of the Darkening of Valinor Summary & Analysis

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Quenta Silmarillion: The History of the Silmarils, Chapter 7: Of the Silmarils and the Unrest of the Noldor and Chapter 8: Of the Darkening of Valinor Summary

Feanor adds light from the Trees of Valinor to three earth-gems, creating the highly-prized Silmarils. Melkor covets the Silmarils and plots to ruin the relationship between the Elves and the Valar. Elves, especially Feanor, desire freedom. When Feanor openly rebels against the Valar, Finwe calls a council where Fingolfin appeals to his father to restrain Feanor. Feanor arrives and draws his sword, threatening Fingolfin. The Valar summon Feanor to court where they learn of Melkor's malice. The Valar sentence Feanor to seven years of banishment from Valinor, and Finwe returns to Middle-earth with his son where they build Formenos. Simultaneously, Tulkas...

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