Unfinished Tales: The Lost Lore of Middle-earth Topics for Discussion

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The editor is the author's son and has taken these stories from writings that the author did not intend to have published. Do you think it was right for him to do this?

Since the author didn't intend these stories to be published yet, what effect did that have on the stories?

Would these tales have been published if Lord of the Rings hadn't been popular? Why or why not?

If the Valar are so powerful, why do you think they don't just force Sauron to quit his evil doings?

Sauron and Morgoth are the two main antagonists in the book. In what ways are they different? Why do you think the author gives so little direct description of them?

Anardil struggles with choosing between his love of the sea and his love for Erendis. Both characters know about this issue, but they get married anyway.If...

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