By J.R.R. Tolkien
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That during the textual content F’, p. 20, $7. $20. it's been noticeable (note 10 above) that it was once within the textual content F 1 that the threefold department of the Hobbits into Harfoots, Stoors, and Fallohides entered, whence it was once got rid of, prior to F 2 used to be written, to face within the Prologue. within the real narrative of The Lord of the earrings there is not any connection with Harfoots or Fallohides, however the Stoors are named as soon as, within the bankruptcy The Shadow of the prior, the place Gan- dalf mentioned Gollum’s kinfolk. The advent of the identify used to be made at a really overdue degree within the evolution of the bankruptcy, whilst the passage learn (cf. the oldest model of the textual content, VI. 78): ‘I wager they have been of hobbit-kind; or corresponding to the fathers of the fathers of the hobbits, even though they enjoyed the River, and infrequently swam in it, or made little boats of reeds’; this was once altered to the ultimate textual content (FR p. sixty two) through omitting the observe ‘or’ in ‘or akin’, and by means of altering ‘hobbits’ to ‘Stoors’ and ‘though they enjoyed’ to ‘for they loved’. $22. My father was once writing of Hobbits as though they have been nonetheless to be stumbled on, as he did within the released Prologue (‘Hobbits are an unob- trusive yet very old humans, extra quite a few previously than they're today’, &c. , although changing current demanding to previous demanding in a single passage within the moment variation, p. 17, word 13). right here certainly he attributed no less than to a couple of them a full of life curiosity in linguistic heritage. $$22-3. within the footnotes to those paragraphs the extra advanced background of the Stoors may be noticeable evolving. within the footnote in F 1 (note eleven above) similar to that to $23 in F 2, pertaining to Gandalf’s opinion approximately Gollum’s beginning, it really is stated that his humans ‘must were a late-lingering team of Stoors within the neighbour- hood of the Gladden’ (i. e. after the Stoors as an entire had crossed the Misty Mountains into Eriador). within the footnote in F 2 (belong- ing with the writing of the manuscript) my father urged particularly that they have been ‘a relations or small extended family’ of Stoors who had long past again east over the Mountains, a go back to Wilderland that (he stated) used to be evidenced in Hobbit legends, as a result of the difficult existence and tough lands that they discovered in japanese Eriador. Later, there entered the tale that many Stoors remained within the lands among Tharbad and the borders of Dunland: this used to be an addition to the Prologue (FR p. 12) made whilst the textual content used to be with regards to its ultimate shape (cf. p. 11), and doubtless the footnote to $22 used to be extra even as. In Appendix A (RK p. 321) the go back to Wilderland by way of a few of the Stoors is without delay linked to the invasion of Arnor via Angmar in 3rd Age 1409: It was once at present that the Stoors that had dwelt within the attitude (between Hoarwell and Loudwater) fled west and south, due to the wars, and the dread of Angmar, and as the land and clime of Eriador, in particular within the east, worsened and have become unfriendly. a few lower back to Wilderland, and dwelt beside the Gladden, changing into a riverside humans of fishers. those Stoors of the perspective who back to Wilderland are dis- tinguished from those that dwelt extra south and purchased a speech just like that of the folk of Dunland: see the component of Hobbits in Appendix F, RK p.