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The Choices of Master Samwise. by IreneLangholm The Choices of Master Samwise. by IreneLangholm
As the two Hobbits had escaped the dark tunnels, Shelob with hideous speed had come behind and with one swift stroke had stung Frodo in the neck.

«Presently he came back, and bending looked at Frodo's face, pale beneath him in the dusk. And suddenly he saw that he was in the picture that was revealed to him in the Mirror of Galadriel in Lórien: Frodo with a pale face lying fast sleep under a great dark cliff. Or fast asleep he had thought then. 'He's dead!' he said. 'Not asleep, dead!'...
...And then black despair came down on him, and Sam bowed to the ground, and drew his grey hood over his head, and night came into his heart, and he knew no more.»

(Book 4, Ch.X, p.758.)
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