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Re: The Wonders of eBay

Subject: Re: The Wonders of eBay
by Elwë on 2011/6/17 13:45:18

Nienor was said to have fled "swifter than a deer, and tore off all her clothing as she ran." It's now quite obvious from this (most authentic) piece of art, that Tolkien really meant that she rode on the back of a swift deer and tore off her clothing as it ran (alongside her dog).

I don't understand how Christopher could have missed this during his edit of the Silmarillion. Sheesh.
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