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Eruonen
Wakandian


Dec 7 2019, 4:36pm


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Tolkien really liked the character of Hawkeye in Last of the Mohicans

as well as other frontier characters. I see this in Aragorn and the rangers, Beren etc.

.https://www.mic.com/...th-based-on-kentucky

"Tolkien wrote that stories about "Red Indians" were his favourites as a boy. Shippey mentions Tolkien's interest in the primeval forests and people of North America, and speculates that the romantic descriptions of characters in James Fenimore Cooper might have influenced his descriptions of Aragorn and Éomer.[52]" Wiki

https://en.wikipedia.org/...lkien%27s_influences


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