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May 09, 2012


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  • "'Hoom!' [said Treebeard] 'Yes, indeed.  Quicker than I expected.  Indeed I have not seen them roused like this for many an age.  We Ents do not like being roused; and we never are roused unless it is clear to us that our trees and our lives are in great danger.  That has not happened in this Forest since the wars of Sauron and the Men of the Sea.  It is the orc-work, the wanton hewing -- rĂ¡rum -- without even the bad excuse of feeding the fires, that has so angered us; and the treachery of a neighbour, who should have helped us.'"
    -- Treebeard on the rousing of the Ents, in The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien

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