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

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NARN I HIN HURIN The Tale of the Children of Hurin: The Departure of Turin Summary

When tidings finally make their way back from the Nirnaeth Arnoediad, they are not good. Morgoth was victorious in battle, and only three of the men from the village manage to make it home. Hurin is not one of these men. Easterlings take over the area, forcing many of the villagers out of their homes and into slavery. Morwen sees that times will be hard and starts to plan for her son Turin and her unborn child. She convinces the Easterlings that she is a witch and with this deception keeps her family and a few others somewhat safe.

As time passes, Morwen becomes more and more convinced that Hurin is not returning and that home is no longer...

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