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Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle-earth - Study Guide NARN I HIN HURIN The Tale of the Children of Hurin: The Childhood of Turin Summary & Analysis

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This is the tale of Turin, son of Hurin and Morwen. The story begins when Turin is but 5-years-old and his sister Urwen is three. Where Turin has the clam, quiet, realistic nature of his mother, his sister is a joyful spirit known at Laiaith or laughter. He may be his father's heir, but she holds their father's heart. It soon comes to pass that an ill wind blows across the land causing many to become very sick. Turin takes ill but manages to pull through in the end. His sister, however, does not live.

While his parents face their grief in their own way, Turin is left with no one to turn to other than the old lame...

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