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Memory and Commemoration in The Lord of the Rings: An Orthodox Christian Perspective
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Memory and Commemoration in The Lord of the Rings: An Orthodox Christian Perspective

by Stavros Piperis Late in J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic The Lord of the Rings, Samwise Gamgee finds himself in darkness and likely near death. Enemies have captured his dearest friend, and Sam lies alone, shivering and impossibly far from home. He tries to make sense of the situation, but “even of the days he had quite…

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