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Re: [Unity_Games] OT: seek LotR quote

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  • Craig Massey
    ... I haven t started perusing my copy yet, but I m guessing it is somewhere in the return of the king. Which chapter, I m not sure - something tells me it is
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 28, 2000
      --- Dan Cashmore <CarDan6065@...> wrote:
      > > I'm sure that several people out there know this.
      > I hope that one will be kind
      > > enough to help me with it. It isn't hugely
      > off-topic, given how near the
      > > release of the game is.
      > >
      > > There is a scene in Lord of the Rings in which Sam
      > asks Frodo something about
      > > life after he's done the ring thing. Frodo,
      > mercifully, does not announce that
      > > he will go to Disney World.
      > >
      > > Rather, he has a tear-jerker of a speech which
      > starts something like, "Sam, my
      > > dearest Sam," and goes on to express Frodo's
      > inability to think about anything
      > > after.
      > >
      > > Can someone help with with something like the
      > chapter number? Full marks if
      > > you can quote me the whole speech and provide a
      > citation complete with page
      > > numbers!
      > >
      > > Thank you,
      > >
      > > Andrew.
      >
      > Sounds vaguely familiar, but it's been 20 years...do
      > you recall if it is
      > early or late in the trilogy?

      I haven't started perusing my copy yet, but I'm
      guessing it is somewhere in the return of the king.
      Which chapter, I'm not sure - something tells me it is
      when they are in the dead marshes although I'm not
      sure. Could be a Shelob's lair thing. I'll try to
      look tonite.

      Craig

      =====
      Craig W. Massey
      cwmassey@...

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