Tristan & Isolde
·A story so tragic and older than Romeo and Juliet.
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The Art of Narrative
'They fought for the love of one lady, and ever she lay on the walls and beheld them.' Tristan and Isolt, Sir William Russell Flint :(1880-1969). From: Malory, Thomas, Sir. Le Morte Darthur: The History of King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table. Boston: Ralph T. Hale & Company, n.d.
The death of Glaurung by EKukanova on DeviantArt
At this unfortunate moment, "Níniel", who feared for her husband's life, went out and found him apparently dead. Glaurung then set off his hidden weapon against Túrin - he removed Nienor's amnesia with his last words. Realising she had married her own brother and was carrying his unborn child, she committed suicide by throwing herself into the ravine at Cabed-en-Aras..