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

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NARN I HIN HURIN The Tale of the Children of Hurin: Of Mim the Dwarf Summary

One day, as Turin and his men are scouting about, they see three small figures in the distance. Even though each figure carries a large burden for its size, they still move rather quickly. Androg, one of the outlaws, shoots at the figures with arrows trying to stop them from escaping. By the time the men reach the small figures, two have disappeared leaving only one to face the men. The men want to kill the creature, thinking it orc kin, but Turin pronounces it to be a dwarf.

The dwarf's name is Mim, and Turin says that if he allows them to share his dwelling he might live. Mim agrees but begs to be let go and return...

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