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\'\'\'Author’s Preface\'\'\' This essay and its attached tales are concerned with the Dwarves of the Blue Mountains, or Ered Luin, the peaks which separate Lindon from Eriador. The near absence of Blue Mountain Dwarves from the annal) of LotR, and their peripheral stature in The Silmarillion, can easily obscure the long history of Tolkien’s development of them, from their emergence in The Book of Lost Tales (where they were evil and thralls of Morgoth) to their heroic identity in ‘’The Hobbit’’ The care and devotion Tolkien lavished on his Elven languages and histories was never quite so carefully applied to his stories about the Dwarves, and for that reason those stories have generated some of the great irreducible contradictions of Tolkien’s legendarium. To some this situation may seem unfortunate, but I prefer to think of it as an opportunity for a fascinating study, and as a gift to purist and conventional reader alike.

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