B2MEM 2014 - Four Seasons of Arnor by Kaylee Arafinwiel

Rated G
[Reviews - 3]
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Young Aragorn finally goes home to his people. A year in the life. Four double drabbles.

 

Tree and Flower Awards, Drabble, Second Place

 


Story Notes:

Since the Shire and the Dunedain have access to seemingly American plants such as tobacco, potatoes, tomatoes and corn, I have given the Northern Dunedain a society greatly resembling that of certain Native American tribes in my headcanon, at least in regards to their culture, including clothing, farming practices and living arrangements. I am well aware that the Dunedain are *not* Native Americans, but I think they would have the great respect for nature that Native American practices show, and living close to the land while being sure to sustain its riches rather than deplete them sounds like something they would do.


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1. Four Seasons of Arnor by Kaylee Arafinwiel [Reviews - 3] (803 words)


Story Information

Categories: Challenge Stories
Characters: As a Group: Northern Dúnedain, Northern Dúnedain: Aragorn/Strider, Northern Dúnedain: Dírhael, Northern Dúnedain: Halbarad, Northern Dúnedain: Ivorwen, Original Female Character, Original Male Character
Genres: Character study, Coming of Age, Drabble or Drabble series, Family, Gapfiller
Places: Arnor
Times: 3-Third Age
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: Aragorn in the North
Chapters: 1    |    Word count: 803    |    Read Count: 1261
Completed: Yes    |    Updated: 03/09/14    |    Published: 03/09/14