Is the ninth chapter of J.R.R Tolkien's The Children of Húrin.

  • 10 - Túrin in Nargothrond - Tells of Túrin's arrival and Gwindor's return to Nargothrond. On his arrival Túrin went by the alias of Agarwaen however many of the Noldor guessed that he took this name because he slayed his friend Beleg. Soon after their arrival, Beleg's sword Anglachel was forged anew; Túrin renamed the blade Gurthand, Iron of Death. Túrin soon found favour of Nargothrond's King Orodreth and was admitted to his council; the King grew to rely on his advise more and more over time - he became chief counsellor of the King. Túrin convinced the elves to build a bridge at the Doors of Felagund; something which would later prove to aid the enemy in Nargothrond's destruction. This chapter also tells of how Túrin was at once betrothed to Finduilas, daughter of the King; a compaison is made to the tale of Beren and Luthien, however Gwindor tells Finduilas that Túrin is not like Beren and that she should hearken to his advise for her good.

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