The Children of Húrin: Chapter 15: Niënor in Brethil
*This chapter will be read over the course of two days, so read about half of it today.
The Book of Lost Tales 2: II. Turambar and the Foalókë - Read half of the eighth section, up to the paragraph ending with “his eldest son Tamar Lamefoot.” (including Commentary section 1: The primary narrative, (vi) The return of Gumlin to Hithlum and the departure of Mavwin and Nienóri to Artanor)
The Shaping of Middle-Earth: Section VII. The Earliest Annals of Beleriand, Year 196
The Lost Road: Part Two, Section III. The Later Annals of Beleriand, Year 296 (including corresponding Commentary)
The War of the Jewels: Part One: The Grey Annals, YS 495 -  (including corresponding Commentary)
Beleriand: River Teiglin, Brethil, Crossings of Teiglin, Haudh-en-Elleth, Ephel Brandir, Celebros, Nen Girith
Timeline: First Age 496
1. How was Niënor comforted by Túrin’s presence?
2. What might Túrin have been thinking about the situation?
3. Why did Niënor respond to the name Túrin gave her, “Níniel”?