The Tolkien Road – Ep71 – The Lord of the Rings – B2C8 – Farewell to Lórien

Concerning “Farewell to Lórien”, Book 2, Chapter 8 of The Lord of the Rings…

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Hey there fellow travelers! Welcome to The Tolkien Road, a long walk through the works and philosophy of J.R.R. Tolkien. On this episode, we continue through The Lord of the Rings with Book 2, Chapter 8, “Farewell to Lórien.” By the way, if you haven’t already, please leave The Tolkien Road a rating and feedback on iTunes. We’d love to know what you think of the podcast. Enjoy the show!

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Topics of discussion…

  • Where we left off – 2:45
  • How to proceed? – 10:00
  • Boromir Eyes the Ring – 17:00
  • Lembas – 23:00
  • Rope! – 30:00
  • Galadriel’s Song – 33:00
  • Concerning Fangorn and Rohan – 42:00
  • Gifts for the Fellowship – 44:45
  • Galadriel’s Second Song – 53:45
  • Gimli Wept – 55:45
  • Haiku – 1:01:00

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One thought on “The Tolkien Road – Ep71 – The Lord of the Rings – B2C8 – Farewell to Lórien

  1. Mr. Carswell,

    Here is my haiku and poem for bk2 ch10 of the FotR. Btw, thank you so much for reading my chapter 6 and 7 poems on the last episode!!

    The Fellowship breaks
    But not the Halfling’s strength
    The Quest and Hope live on

    I sing of strife and a Man of Gondor
    Boromir was his name
    Who traveled on a Quest to destroy the Ring
    But ere the end it became his bane
    For he desired it much, too much, it seems
    And into temptation he fell
    But Frodo vanished and at once escaped
    Fleeing Boromir’s yells.
    At once Boromir returned to the Company
    Who had noticed that Frodo was gone
    They all ran off to find the Bearer
    But the damage had a last been done.
    Sam found Frodo and the two set out
    To Mordor where the shadows lie
    On the final stage of the Quest they stood
    Namarie, to the East you must fly.

    Thanks again!!
    ~MaryGrace Urbanczyk

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