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"Lord of the Rings": The Horn of Salvation

There’s a place in Lord of the Rings, my favorite novel, where the hobbit Pippin is standing at the gates of the city, and in comes the great witch king, the demon king. He comes through the gate, and he’s about to destroy the city, when off in the distance ...

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