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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 Journey of Morwen and Nienor to Nargothrond Summary

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NARN I HIN HURIN The Tale of the Children of Hurin: The Journey of Morwen and Nienor to Nargothrond Summary

In the winter months, tidings arrived at Doriath that Turin fell at the battle of Nargothrond. Morwen becomes distressed at this news and is sure that it is the trickery of Morgoth. She wishes for Thingol to allow her to venture out in search of her son. He does not want her to leave but insists that she is no prisoner and is free to go wherever she wishes. He also warns her that if she goes, she must make the journey on her own. He will not send any to aid her.

Morwen decides that no matter the risk, she must go out in search of Turin. She tells her...

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