J. R. R. Tolkien Quote

Merry stared at the lines of marching stones: they were worn and black; some were leaning, some were fallen, some were cracked or broken; they looked like rows of old and hungry teeth. He wondered what they could be...


The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, Book Three (p. 795)

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Merry stared at the lines of marching stones: they were worn and black; some were leaning, some were fallen, some were cracked or broken; they looked ...

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Merry stared at the lines of marching stones: they were worn and black; some were leaning, some were fallen, some were cracked or broken; they looked ...

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Merry stared at the lines of marching stones: they were worn and black; some were leaning, some were fallen, some were cracked or broken; they looked ...

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Merry stared at the lines of marching stones: they were worn and black; some were leaning, some were fallen, some were cracked or broken; they looked ...