J. R. R. Tolkien Quote

There was a little corner of his mind that was still his own, and light came through it, as though a chink in the dark: light out of the past. It was actually pleasant, I think, to hear a kindly voice agin, bringing up memories of wind, and trees, and sun on the grass, and such forgotten things.


The Lord of the Rings: The fellowship of the ring (ed. 1954)

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There was a little corner of his mind that was still his own, and light came through it, as though a chink in the dark: light out of the past. It was ...

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There was a little corner of his mind that was still his own, and light came through it, as though a chink in the dark: light out of the past. It was ...

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There was a little corner of his mind that was still his own, and light came through it, as though a chink in the dark: light out of the past. It was ...

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There was a little corner of his mind that was still his own, and light came through it, as though a chink in the dark: light out of the past. It was ...