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Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle-earth - NARN I HIN HURIN The Tale of the Children of Hurin: The Words of Hurin and Morgoth Summary & Analysis

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NARN I HIN HURIN The Tale of the Children of Hurin: The Words of Hurin and Morgoth Summary

Though Hurin fights valiantly at Nirnaeth Arnoediad, he is taken prisoner and brought to stand judgment before Morgoth. It is no secret that Morgoth holds a great hatred for Hurin, due to both his friendship with Turgon and his lineage. Now, in order to gain an advantage in the war, Morgoth seeks to break Hurin's spirit and learn the secret location of Gondolin. He has Hurin tortured repeatedly in an attempt to loosen his tongue, but Hurin refuses to break. It seems that no matter what Morgoth tries, Hurin's resolve is just too great. He holds true to his belief in the elves and their cause. There is nothing that Morgoth can do or say...

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