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WpisWysłany: 21-04-2017 20:43    Temat wpisu: Odpowiedz z cytatem

Generalnie się zgadzam, choć "House...' może oznaczać bliskie pokrewieństwo, ale nie musi. Potwierdza taką możliwość bardzo ciekawa wypowiedź na temat Gildora u Hammonda i Scull w "The Lord of the Rings: A Reader’s Companion" :

Cytat:
When The Lord of the Rings was published Finrod was the name of the third son of Finwë, leader of the Noldorin Elves, and Finrod had a son called Inglor Felagund. Some time later in his work on the ‘Silmarillion’ Tolkien changed the name of the son of Finwë to Finarfin, and his son became Finrod Felagund. To agree with this, in the second edition of The Lord of the Rings (1965) he changed the description of Galadriel at the beginning of Appendix B from ‘sister of Felagund of the House of Finrod’ to ‘sister of Finrod Felagund’, and in Appendix F ‘Lady Galadriel of the royal house of Finrod, father of Felagund’ became ‘Lady Galadriel of the royal house of Finarfin’. Yet Tolkien left ‘House of Finrod’ unchanged in Book I, Chapter 3, probably an oversight, though a reference to ‘Finrod Inglor’ in papers associated with the telling of the story of Beren and Luthien under Weathertop (Book I, Chapter 11) might indicate that Tolkien was already pondering the change of names.

It is strange that there is no mention of Gildor in the ‘Silmarillion’ papers, written either before or after the publication of The Lord of the Rings; yet Tolkien wrote Galadriel, Gil-galad, and even (briefly) the Ents into the earlier history. The only Gildor to be found there is a Man, one of the companions of Barahir, father of Beren, introduced after the completion of The Lord of the Rings but before its publication. Inglorion would seem to connect Gildor especially with Inglor Felagund, yet apart from briefly considering Inglor as a possible father for Gil-galad, Tolkien had him remain unmarried because his beloved had stayed in Valinor. Tolkien may have thought of Gildor as the son of one of Finrod Felagund’s brothers, or may simply have used named which seemed suitable for the purpose; or he may have intended the phrase ‘of the House of’ to mean one closely associated with the family of Finrod, a member of the household.


Hmmm.
Temat z Galadrieli, notabene bardzo ciekawy jakoś tak zboczył na temat Gildora, co też jest bardzo ciekawe, bo na forum nie było chyba takiego tematu - o samym Gildorze, przynajmniej nie znalazłem. Może by w takim razie wydzielić te posty o Gildorze jako osobny temat?
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