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Many Guises and Many Names

Mar'isu - 15 Feb 06 - 9:52 PM

Ch. 26: King Elessar's Peace

Dont' tell me this is the end!  I like the idea that Eldarion is showing off the White Tree a century later.  This is after Aragorn has died, correct?


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Many Guises and Many Names

Gandalfs apprentice - 16 Feb 06 - 8:45 AM

Ch. 26: King Elessar's Peace

Hi, Mar'isu: Thanks for your comment on "King Elessar's Peace." I do mean to continue to add to my drabble series on Aragorn, as the stories are written. Eventually I plan to have at least one little story on each of his names. I write the stories as they come to me, not according to any plan, and they are posted according to where they would fall in his lifetime.

From your comment I see I need to make some revisions in "King Elessar's Peace." It is meant to take place about 10 or 20 years before Aragorn's death--that is, toward the end of his reign when things are supposedly at their best and the peace firmly established. The characters are not Eldarion and his son, but an old man of the common people and his grandson, come to see the Tree that stands for the Peace. You know, it's really hard sometimes to get all that information into a drabble! That's precisely why I like the form. 

Thanks again,

Gandalfs apprentice 

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