Speak, Friend, and Enter

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A tale of Dwarves and Elves, of artisans, the creation of the great West-Gate at Khazad-dum, and unlikely authors. Both post-WR and Second Age; Legolas and Gimli, and Narvi and Celebrimbor. Written for the "Authors of Middle- Earth" challenge. Humor, but with a serious nod to Elvish/Dwarvish relations during their heyday as well as musings on Dwarvish culture in general.



Chapter List

Ch# Title Words Com. Updated
1 Speak, Friend, and Enter 9,349 0 12 Apr 04
2 Epilogue 1,458 0 26 Mar 04
3 Author's Notes 312 0 09 Apr 04
Appx. Word Count 11,119 0  



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Story Information

Author: Thevina Finduilas

Status: Reviewed

Completion: Complete

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: General

Rating: General

Last Updated: 01/17/12

Original Post: 01/15/04

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Dwarven Gems - 5 stories - Owner: Adaneth
Some favorites from a connoisseur of the Khazâd. May the hoard grow ever larger!
Included because: Friendship between Dwarves and Elves, in the Second and Fourth Ages. My favorite "gender-bender" story, where Narvi is a dwarf-woman.


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