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Summary The Children of Húrin

Summary The Children of Húrin ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ This tale of Middle earth's First Age which appeared in incomplete forms in the posthumously published The Silmarillion and Unfinished Tales also edited by Tolkien's son Christopher only hinted at the depth and power of the tragic story of Túrin and Niënor tS among elves and men have perished and all is in darkness and despair But a deadly new leader rises Túrin son of Húrin and with his grim band of outlaws begins to turn the tide in the war for Middle earth awaiting the day he confronts his destiny and the deadly curse laid upon hi. One of Tolkien's best GLAURUNG RULES I know that the other villains of Middle Earth like Sauron Melkor Smaug Saruman the Witch King etc are far popular and certainly often commented as the favorite villain of Tolkien's fansBUTin my humble very personal case I have to say that the dragon Glaurung won the top position for me in Middle Earth villains since he is not just evil but malicious since any decent Middle Earth villain can kill and obliterate villages entire cities but the things that the dragon Glaurung does with his magic yes it's a dragon who uses magic uff He's wicked and also not matter what he will have the final word and what things he says TURIN AND NIENOR I think that this book instead of being titled just The Children of Húrin it should be called The Tragedy of the Children of Húrin because if you think that Aragorn Frodo Bilbo and others had it harsh on their own adventures ha pfft You can and will gone mad if you'd have to face what those poor souls have to deal withIt's almost like Tolkien would have a morbid wish to see how much he can throw to them until break them and the real awfful thing is that they are fictious character under control of the author so they will suffer once and again since they are pawns of the imagination of TolkienI can say that I hadn't suffer so much in a reading experience since the fifth book of Harry Potter This Tolkien's book is certainly dark and not for the faint of heartBut certainly one of the Tolkien's book with the better prose and strong development

The Children of HúrinS among elves and men have perished and all is in darkness and despair But a deadly new leader rises Túrin son of Húrin and with his grim band of outlaws begins to turn the tide in the war for Middle earth awaiting the day he confronts his destiny and the deadly curse laid upon hi. One of Tolkien's best GLAURUNG RULES I know that the other villains of Middle Earth like Sauron Melkor Smaug Saruman the Witch King etc are far popular and certainly often commented as the favorite villain of Tolkien's fansBUTin my humble very personal case I have to say that the dragon Glaurung won the top position for me in Middle Earth villains since he is not just evil but malicious since any decent Middle Earth villain can kill and obliterate villages entire cities but the things that the dragon Glaurung does with his magic yes it's a dragon who uses magic uff He's wicked and also not matter what he will have the final word and what things he says TURIN AND NIENOR I think that this book instead of being titled just The Children of Húrin it should be called The Tragedy of the Children of Húrin because if you think that Aragorn Frodo Bilbo and others had it harsh on their own adventures ha pfft You can and will gone mad if you'd have to face what those poor souls have to deal withIt's almost like Tolkien would have a morbid wish to see how much he can throw to them until break them and the real awfful thing is that they are fictious character under control of the author so they will suffer once and again since they are pawns of the imagination of TolkienI can say that I hadn't suffer so much in a reading experience since the fifth book of Harry Potter This Tolkien's book is certainly dark and not for the faint of heartBut certainly one of the Tolkien's book with the better prose and strong development

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The Children of Húrin ✓ This tale of Middle earth's First Age which appeared in incomplete forms in the posthumously published The Silmarillion and Unfinished Tales also edited by Tolkien's son Christopher only hinted at the depth and power of the tragic story of Túrin and Niënor the children of Húrin t. It has been said that all good things must come to an end In this case the end of Children of Hurin also marks the end of my uest to read a book by each of my five favorite authors It seems like a fitting way to end this journey in that Tolkien is the oldest of my favorites and if there was ever a modern author suited to end of uest tales it was Tolkien He was also the author on my list that gave me the greatest concern—not only has he passed away but his body of published work is relatively small I didn’t want to re read the Hobbit or Lord of the Rings not because I don’t love them but because I wanted to be able to read something new just as I had with the other authors Having read the Silmarillion several months earlier I was hard pressed to think of what else to read Sure I could have gone for Letters From Father Christmas or Farmer Giles of Ham but neither of those somehow felt right Tolkien’s tales of Middle Earth were what cemented him as one of my favorite writers and I wanted to go back to Middle Earth as part of this projectFortunately the publishing gods smiled upon me and gave me Children of Hurin This is another in a line of books composed by Tolkien’s estate taken from various notes fragments and other unfinished writings and molded into a coherent whole In that respect for the record it’s very well done The text flows seamlessly from chapter to chapter and I never once had the sense that I was reading something out of place or inauthentic This feels like Tolkien’s writing and if it isn’t exactly what he intended I have to believe it’s pretty damn closeBut what of the story itselfThe story of Hurin and his offspring is told as part of the Silmarillion but not in the detail that Tolkien intended Tolkien believed that this story was one that could be told apart from the Silmarillion as a whole—that it was strong enough and vibrant enough to stand on it’s own And he is absolutely correctChildren of Hurin is an epic It’s also a tragedy If you come into this book expecting glorious battles and happy endings you will be sorely disappointed though if you come to Tolkien expecting nothing but happiness and light I submit you haven’t read Tolkien very often or carefully This is not a tale of good triumphing over evil but a tale of a family brought down by an epic curse More Macbeth than Star Wars in other wordsThe writing itself is epic—Children of Hurin reads a lot like Beowulf or the Iliad Tolkien apparently originally tried to write the tale as an actual epic poem but was never uite able to make it work Still his prose captures that same spirit rhythm and cadence As a huge fan of epic and epic poem I love itDespite the epic prose and tragic scope the characters of Children of Hurin are very well crafted and ultimately very human Their actions while not always rational are often understandable and while the tragedy has its origins in the supernatural it is Morgoth who curses the line of Hurin there is not a strong sense that the plot is forced simply by supernatural means Instead we get the sense that these are perhaps well meaning but ultimately deeply flawed people who suffer for their choices and the choices of others The final scene of the book when Hurin is finally reunited with his dying wife is absolutely heartbreakingThere’s also a wonderful scene much earlier which really stuck with me and I need to mention it here just because it’s so wonderfully crafted It occurs shortly after Hurin’s capture by Morgoth when Morwen his wife is trying to figure out what to do with herself and her children Turin the son says something to the effect of “I know my father is dead He must be because I know that his love for us is so strong that if he were alive no chains could hold him and no amount of enemies could keep him from returning to us”And Morwen’s answer is “I do not think either of those things is true my son”It’s a wonderful if completely heartbreaking moment where a child like view of heroism clashes completely with the harsh realities of the world It strikes me as a very Tolkien esue moment; in many ways much of Tolkien’s work deals with the interplay between heroics and the personal cost or realities of those heroics At least that’s my initial thought In any case it’s an immensely powerful sceneThe text of the book is aided by the wonderful illustrations done by Alan Lee who has done a lot of Tolkien related art in the past His illustrations are interspersed in no particular order throughout the book but each one of them is gorgeous and really adds to the flavor of the text It would have been neat to see some of themThis is yet another Tolkien book I’ll be re reading in the future It’s a fine addition to the Middle Earth canon Free download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ J.R.R. 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J.R.R. Tolkien ↠ 8 Free download He lord of Dor lómin who achieved renown for having confronted Morgoth who was the master of Sauron the manifestation of evil in the Lord of the RingsSix thousand years before the One Ring is destroyed Middle earth lies under the shadow of the Dark Lord Morgoth The greatest warrior. ‭‭Narnichin Hurin The Children of Húrin Middle Earth Universe JRR Tolkien Christopher Tolkien Editor Alan Lee IllustratorThe Children of Húrin is an epic fantasy novel which forms the completion of a tale by J R R Tolkien He wrote the original version of the story in the late 1910's revised it several times later but did not complete it before his death in 1973 His son Christopher Tolkien edited the manuscripts to form a consistent narrative and published it in 2007 as an independent work The book contains 33 illustrations by Alan Lee eight of which are full page and in colorعنوانها فرزندان هورین، بچه های هورین، نویسنده جیآرآر تالکین؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش پانزدهم ماه آوریل سال 2010 میلادیعنوان فرزندان هورین، به‌ پیوست حدیث تور و آمدن او به گوندولین؛ نویسنده جیآرآر تالکین؛ مترجم رضا علیزاده، ابراهیم تقوی؛ تهران، روزنه، 1388؛ در 432 ص؛ چاپ سوم 1394؛ شابک 9789643342920؛عنوان بچه های هورین؛ نویسنده جیآرآر تالکین؛ مترجم فرهاد سیدلو؛ تهران، پیام امروز، هستان، 1386، در 256 ص؛ شابک 9789645706416؛داستان در دوران اول، و در سرزمین میانه می‌گذرد، و ماجرای «هورین تالیون» و فرزندان او تورین تورامبار، و نیه‌ نور را باز می‌گوید داستان «تورین تورامبار»، حکایت اندوهباری است از فرزندان «هورین» «هورین» پسر «گالدور»، از خاندان «هادور»، سومین خاندان انسان‌ها بود، و این سه خاندان از یاوران الف‌ها بودند، که در جنگ علیه «مورگوت»، در دوران اول شرکت می‌کردند در نبرد بزرگ و به راستی اشکبار «اشک‌های بی‌شمار»، «هورین» فرماندهی «اداین» را در طول جنگ عهده‌ دار بود، که پس از شکست سپاه، و پس از رشادت‌های فراوان، به اسارت «مورگوت» درمی‌آید، و او را به چالش میکشد «مورگوت» نیز او و خاندانش را نفرین می‌کند، و «هورین» را به بند میکشد، او میخواهد «هورین»، بتواند از بالای «تانگورودریم»، برج مخوف «مورگوت»، سرنوشت شوم فرزندان خود را مشاهده کند «هورین» به مدت بیست و هشت سال زندانی بود، و در این مدت، تباهی همسر و فرزندان، و زجر آن‌ها را با چشمان «مورگوت» دید، و با گوش‌های او شنید کتاب «فرزندان هورین» روایتی است، از ماجراهای زندگی خانواده «هورین»، با محوریت فرزند بزرگش، «تورین»، معروف به «تورامبار»، یا ارباب سرنوشت، که چگونه با تقدیر شوم خود، دست و پنجه نرم می‌کند باید این داستانها را با داستانهای مربوط به «هورین» در کتاب «سیلماریلیون» نیز مقایسه کنم ا شربیانی