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Dark Tree

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The 'Dark Tree' is an abstract term used by [[Tolkien]] in his fragment of a story [[The_New_Shadow]] (Part IV of [[The_Peoples_of_Middle-earth]]).
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The 'Dark Tree' is an abstract term used by [[Tolkien]] in his fragment of a story [[The New Shadow]] (Part IV of [[The Peoples of Middle-earth]]).
  
Dark Tree is a description of the growing threat of evil in middle earth - its roots can never be fully destroyed so that evil once again arises if the 'tree' is left untended or unwatched.
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Dark Tree is a description of the growing threat of evil in Middle Earth - its roots can never be fully destroyed so that evil once again arises if the 'tree' is left untended or unwatched.
  
'Dark Tree' is a term used by [[Borlas]] in the [[The_New_Shadow]] in his conversation with [[Saelon]].
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'Dark Tree' is a term used by [[Borlas]] in the [[The New Shadow]] in his conversation with [[Saelon]].

Revision as of 09:49, 18 April 2007

The 'Dark Tree' is an abstract term used by Tolkien in his fragment of a story The New Shadow (Part IV of The Peoples of Middle-earth).

Dark Tree is a description of the growing threat of evil in Middle Earth - its roots can never be fully destroyed so that evil once again arises if the 'tree' is left untended or unwatched.

'Dark Tree' is a term used by Borlas in the The New Shadow in his conversation with Saelon.