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Summer Nights: 4. Author's Notes

Notes
Isilwen, Eseleth, and the matron are original characters; the rest belong to Tolkien. Isilwen's name comes from the Sindarin "moon"+"maiden," or -- with a bit of poetic licence -- "maiden of the night." Eseleth's name has no meaning, to my knowledge.

In chapter one Faramir is conjugating the Sindarin verb "lind-", "to sing." He is conjugating it in past tense: "I sang, you sang, he sang, we sang."

The deathdate of Imrahil's wife is not given, but she was alive at least in 2999, when Lothíriel was born. I theorise that, for the purposes of this story, she probably died in childbirth or soon after Lothíriel's birth. The visit to the Silver Fox a week before Boromir arrived was Imrahil's; his wife is of course dead at this point.

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Last Update: 27 Feb 05
Stories: 6
Type: Workshop/Group List
Created By: Steward's Family, The


Stories focusing on Boromir and Faramir as youths, and their relationship with their father Denethor.)

Why This Story?

Boromir and Faramir spend the summer in Dol Amroth, and Boromir tries to convince Faramir to use a prostitute. Focuses on the relationship between Boromir and Faramir, with hints of their relationship with their father.

 

Story Information

Author: Marta

Status: General

Completion: Complete

Era: 3rd Age - The Stewards

Genre: Drama

Rating: Adult

Last Updated: 06/09/04

Original Post: 01/04/04

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