History Literature / TheChildrenOfHurin

23rd Aug '15 5:44:34 AM LordGro
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Commented out Zero Context examples. Please write up a full example before uncommenting.
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23rd Aug '15 5:41:40 AM LordGro
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Not remotely what Unreliable Narrator really is.
23rd Aug '15 5:41:02 AM LordGro
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23rd Aug '15 5:37:32 AM LordGro
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No potholes in page quotes, please. Moved Fan Nickname to Trivia.The Children Of Hurin.
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23rd Aug '15 5:35:29 AM LordGro
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Work descriptions are not supposed to read like reviews, and what drove you to dump this paragraph right in the middle of the description even before the plot summary remains a mystery. The irony of statements like "[obscure little known work] gives George R. R. Martin a run for his money" is that they try to advertize a work by piggybacking on the popularity of the other work while trying to run the other work down - a little hypocritical, don't you think? "Basically" is a real world with an actual meaning; this is just meaningless Word Cruft. A non-trivial number of people has heard of "The Children of Hurin", and a shorter version of the same story was also included in The Silmarillion. Despair, helplessness, and betrayal occur in the Lord Of The Rings too and are not "un-Tolkien" themes. Since there is too much wrong with this paragraph and I don't know what it is really trying to say, I'm deleting it whole.
21st Aug '15 4:39:41 PM Hadjorim
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11th Aug '15 10:20:22 PM Hadjorim
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11th Aug '15 10:18:36 PM Hadjorim
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11th Aug '15 10:14:59 PM Hadjorim
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25th Jun '15 5:03:31 AM Ambaryerno
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Not this trope. Blessed with suck generally means something that ought to be cool, but in truth actually really sucks to have. By NO stretch of the imagination could Morgoth's curse be viewed as a "blessing." He's just plain cursed.
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