Leithian Script: Act IV: 33. Scene IV.xi

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33. Scene IV.xi

A Boy, A Girl & A Dog
The Lay of Leithian Dramatic Script Project

BELOVED FOOL: BEYOND THE WESTERN SEA

SCENE IV.xi



[Elsewhere -- the empty area of shadows, in which the semblance of a gated archway has appeared again.]

[Finrod is standing in front of it, addressing the unseen someone through the lattice, in a concluding-business manner.]

Finrod:
Thank you again for hearing me out. I won't say you'll not regret it -- but I promise you'll find it worth your trouble.

[the gate fades away completely once more, but he does not seem discouraged as he turns to leave.]


to be continued…

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Story Information

Author: Philosopher At Large

Status: General

Completion: Work in Progress

Era: 1st Age

Genre: Drama

Rating: General

Last Updated: 08/11/03

Original Post: 12/24/02

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