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'''Athrabeth Finrod ah Andreth''' was a discussion between two characters, [[Finrod|Finrod Felagund]], an Elven King, and [[Andreth]], a [[Mortals|mortal]] woman that took place during the [[Siege of Angband]] (though when originally written was placed much later) and deals with the metaphysical differences between [[Elves]] and [[Men]] and the imbalances between their fates. The conclusions they come to concern the role of Men beyond [[Arda]] and even the [[Second_Music_of_the_Ainur|Second Music]] (though not explicitly referred to). Towards the end it also brings in Andreth's love for [[Aegnor]] and his reasons for refusing to return it, explained tenderly by Finrod, his elder brother which is revealed as the prompting for the debate in the first place. The text was included in ''[[Morgoth's Ring]]''.<ref>{{MR|Finrod}}</ref>
 
'''Athrabeth Finrod ah Andreth''' was a discussion between two characters, [[Finrod|Finrod Felagund]], an Elven King, and [[Andreth]], a [[Mortals|mortal]] woman that took place during the [[Siege of Angband]] (though when originally written was placed much later) and deals with the metaphysical differences between [[Elves]] and [[Men]] and the imbalances between their fates. The conclusions they come to concern the role of Men beyond [[Arda]] and even the [[Second_Music_of_the_Ainur|Second Music]] (though not explicitly referred to). Towards the end it also brings in Andreth's love for [[Aegnor]] and his reasons for refusing to return it, explained tenderly by Finrod, his elder brother which is revealed as the prompting for the debate in the first place. The text was included in ''[[Morgoth's Ring]]''.<ref>{{MR|Finrod}}</ref>
  

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Morgoth's Ring
Part One: Ainulindalë
Part Two: The Annals of Aman
Part Three: The Later Quenta Silmarillion
  1. The First Phase
    1. Of the Valar
    2. Of Valinor and the Two Trees
    3. Of the Coming of the Elves
    4. Of Thingol and Melian
    5. Of Eldanor and the Princes of the Eldalië
    6. Of the Silmarils and the Darkening of Valinor
    7. Of the Flight of the Noldor
    8. Of the Sun and Moon and the Hiding of Valinor
  2. The Second Phase
    1. The Valaquenta
    2. The Earliest Version of the Story of Finwë and Míriel
    3. Laws and Customs Among the Eldar
    4. Later Versions of the Story of Finwë and Míriel
    5. Of Fëanor and the Unchaining of Melkor
    6. Of the Silmarils and the Unrest of the Noldor
    7. Of the Darkening of Valinor
    8. Of the Rape of the Silmarils
    9. Of the Thieves' Quarrel
Part Four: Athrabeth Finrod ah Andreth
Tale of Adanel
Part Five: Myths Transformed

Athrabeth Finrod ah Andreth was a discussion between two characters, Finrod Felagund, an Elven King, and Andreth, a mortal woman that took place during the Siege of Angband (though when originally written was placed much later) and deals with the metaphysical differences between Elves and Men and the imbalances between their fates. The conclusions they come to concern the role of Men beyond Arda and even the Second Music (though not explicitly referred to). Towards the end it also brings in Andreth's love for Aegnor and his reasons for refusing to return it, explained tenderly by Finrod, his elder brother which is revealed as the prompting for the debate in the first place. The text was included in Morgoth's Ring.[1]

Contents

Sections

  • An Introductory text
  • The debate

Sub-sections

  • Notes – by Christopher Tolkien
  • Commentary – by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Author's notes on the commentary
  • Tale of Adanel – a tale related to the main essay
  • Glossary of Names
  • Some additional comments by Christopher Tolkien
  • Appendix – "The Converse of Manwë and Eru" and later conceptions of Elvish reincarnation; with comments by Christopher Tolkien

Etymology

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Morgoth's Ring, "Part Four. Athrabeth Finrod ah Andreth"