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The Silmarillion - Quenta Silmarillion: The History of the Silmarils, Chapter 21: Of Turin Turambar and Chapter 22: Of the Ruin of Doriath Summary & Analysis

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Quenta Silmarillion: The History of the Silmarils, Chapter 21: Of Turin Turambar and Chapter 22: Of the Ruin of Doriath Summary

Morwen, Hurin's wife, sends their son, Turin, to Thingol, who raises him as a foster son. Morwen refuses to leave the house in which she dwelt with Hurin so Thingol sends messengers to check on her and her daughter, Nienor. One day the messengers do not return so Turin departs to search for his mother and battles in the wilderness for three years. When he returns to Thingol's lands, Saeros, who is jealous of Thingol's love for Turin, mocks Turin, and Turin kills him and flees. Thingol pardons Turin and sends Beleg to find him. Turin becomes the captain of a band of outlaws and foreswears war against all except Angband but refuses...

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