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September 18th, 2006

Frodo Writes the Red Book, Part One ~ featuring "Desk Scene" screencaps and "Star of the Sea", Pt. I...

From Tolkien’s text, The Grey Havens:

All things now went well, with hope always of becoming still better; and Sam was as busy and as full of delight as even a hobbit could wish. Nothing for him mattered that whole year, except for some vague anxiety about his master. Frodo dropped quietly out of all the doings of the Shire, and Sam was pained to notice how little honour he had in his own country. Few people knew or wanted to know about his deeds and adventures; their admiration and respect were given mostly to Mr. Meriadoc and Mr. Peregrin and (if Sam had known it) to himself. Also in the autumn there appeared a shadow of old troubles.
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The next two sets of screencaps are intended to compliment a beautiful, evocative short story about Frodo writing the Red Book after the Quest, pearlette’s Star of the Sea. Read more...Collapse )

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Frodo Writes the Red Book, Part Two ~ featuring "Vision of Galadriel" screencaps and "Star of the Sea", Pt. II...

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Pearl's (pearlette’s) Star of the Sea concludes, illustrated by what might seem some unlikely screencaps, but I think they work well with it.

Decide for yourself after you read the conclusion whether or not they are a good fit.

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