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To The Waters And The Wild
erunyauve - 02 Sep 07 - 10:02 PM
>>'They raised me to think of myself as one of them, but I am not,' he thought to himself.
You hit upon it perfectly with this line - what makes Aragorn the king he will be and yet what is so difficult for him at this point in his life. I truly enjoyed this story - it's a vision of what Aragorn must have felt after learning of his birthright and the impossible nature of his love for Arwen. I particularly liked the way Legolas was able to give him the benefit of his wisdom without treating Aragorn as a youth or inferior - it meshes well with the relationship between the two in LOTR.
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