Our Review/Thoughts

This was actually a chapter from The Lord of the Rings, written as part of Tolkien's attempts to better-connect The Hobbit and the later work, but was wisely exorcised for killing the pace of the novel (it was supposed to be a discussion between Gandalf and Frodo between the victory over Sauron and the Scouring of the Shire, where it would have been ill-suited)

Tolkien conceived of several competing, but radically different possibilities for the couple's backstory and reached no firm conclusions before his death, leaving several versions which are mutually contradictory

He even dabbles briefly in first-person storytelling through the eyes of Frodo Baggins -- something which, obviously, didn't take

The first expands on the Druedain or Woses, the wood-men who help the Rohirrim bypass Sauron's armies to reach the Pelennor Fields

I'm enjoying reading through the stories and connecting Tolkien's brilliant storytelling with the rest of the world he imagined

Though rather brief, this short piece does feature a memorable confrontation between Saruman and the Witch-King of Angmar

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