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The Silver Swan
February, 23 2006
The place for discussion about Hethlin's new adventures.
Imhiriel's comment in another thread (which I really enjoyed - I'd wondered, too!) got me thinking about a different and much more obscure question that's periodically rolled through my mind:
In "Last Rites", Andrahar protests Imrahil's offer to share a bed for the night due to "the men gossiping about us". And Imrahil responds: "Andra, do you not think that they have speculated about that very thing ever since Nimrien died? For seventeen years I have not been with a woman, though the most beautiful and accomplished ladies of Gondor have pursued me relentlessly! The thought is bound to have occurred to them."
I'd guess that it's bound to have occurred to the esquires, too, which means it's gotten to Heth's ears as well. What does she think about that? Does she give any credence to it, given Andrahar's obvious dislike of her? (Which may partly depend, I suppose, on when/if she knows of Andra/Boromir or not.) Does it affect how she thinks about Imrahil, or does she consider it none of her business, she's not marrying him anyway, etc.?
OK, yes, trying to drag some attention back to Hethlin and Silver Swan. *g*
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