Unfinished Tales: The Lost Lore of Middle-earth - Study Guide Chapter 2, Narn I Hin Hurin Summary & Analysis

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Hador Goldenhead is the leader of the Edain (a group of humans) and is a friend of the Eldar elves. His children are Gloredhel and Galdor. Galdor marries Hareth and has two children, Huor and Hurin. Huor, who marries Rian, has a son named Tuor, whose tale was told in Chapter 1. Hurin marries Morwen, and they have three children: Urwen, Turin, and Nienor. Chapter 2 is about Hurin, Morwen, and their children; but primarily focuses on Turin.

When Turin is just five years old, Morgoth sends an "ill wind" called the Evil Breath from the North, and the wind kills many people, especially young children. The wind makes both Turin and his younger sister Urwen (also called "Lalaith," which means "Laughter") sick. Turin eventually gets well, but Urwen doesn't survive. Turin and his parents...

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