Light

I hope that this word in particular will be of use to Tolkien scholars…

• 1.068 and in the dim light it made him look strange
• 1.075 They shaped and wrought, and light they caught
• 1.076 They meshed the light of moon and sun.
• 1.079 The trees like torches blazed with light.
• 1.083 probably somebody lighting a wood-fire –
• 1.086 What about a little light?’
• 1.092 Gandalf struck a blue light on the end of his magic staff,
• 1.100 “and let’s have a little light on this!’
• 1.101 in the light of a big lamp with a red shade
• 2.002 lit fires,
• 2.036 and Gloin went on trying to light the fire,
• 2.036 “There’s a light over there!”
• 2.036 they could now see a light shining,
• 2.036 a reddish comfortable-looking light,
• 2.039 in the direction of the light.
• 2.040 Suddenly the red light shone out very bright
• 2.041 all about that light,
• 2.042 As for Bilbo walking primly towards the red light,
• 2.072 towards the light as quietly as they could.
• 2.072 No sooner did Tom see Balin come into the light
• 2.074 “and we’d best get out of the light.”
• 2.106 the light came over the hill,
• 2.107 until the light came
• 3.010 and the light became very dim,
• 3.011 and there was a light on the valley-side across the water.
• 3.034 and provisions light to carry
• 3.040 and the white light shone through it.
• 3.044 with the last light of Durin’s Day
• 4.004 and sudden light.
• 4.012 He lit up his wand
• 4.012 and by its light they explored the cave from end to end.
• 4.013 Oin and Gloin wanted to light a fire at the door
• 4.018 of a red light before them.
• 4.023 It was lit by a great red fire
• 4.025 and light.
• 4.034 and never let them see the light again!”
• 4.035 Just at that moment all the lights
• 4.037 in its own light.
• 4.038 A pale light was leading them on.
• 4.041 Then Gandalf lit up his wand.
• 4.050 give out a faint light to help the dwarves
• 5.087 He might even venture into places where the torches were lit
• 5.101 to his alarm Bilbo now saw two small points of light peering at him.
• 5.101 the light of his eyes burned with a pale flame.
• 5.103 But now the light
• 5.108 Bilbo could see the light of his eyes palely shining
• 5.128 without light or hope of betterment,
• 5.134 a glimpse of light.
• 5.134 Not red light,
• 5.134 but a pale out-of-doors sort of light.
• 5.135 where the light,
• 6.030 and lights
• 6.033 but it will give us a little light to steer by.’
• 6.044 Look at the light!’
• 6.045 they could still see the evening lights on the plains beyond.
• 6.077 To light the night for our delight,
• 6.078 and light the night for our delight,
• 6.085 Soon the light of the burning was faint below,
• 6.086 and there with the light of the moon on a hill-side rock or a stream
• 7.045 lit only by the fire
• 7.045 and filled with the light of the westering sun which slanted into it,
• 7.092 which they lit at the fire
• 7.094 The light of the torches
• 7.096 in the light of the dancing flames
• 7.103 and stars were fanned to leaping light.
• 7.133 As the light faded Bilbo thought he saw
• 7.134 As soon as it was light they could see the forest coming as it were to meet them,
• 7.154 and turned from the light
• 8.001 Soon the light at the gate was like a little bright hole far behind,
• 8.004 and lived at times for long whiles without the light of the sun;
• 8.006 they tried lighting watch-fires at night,
• 8.015 in this light;
• 8.036 If these had not become all too light
• 8.037 There was a greenish light about them,
• 8.037 Yet the light only showed them
• 8.041 and so he must be light enough for the highest
• 8.042 Bilbo’s eyes were nearly blinded by the light.
• 8.048 only lit with torches on the trees
• 8.053 I thought I saw a twinkle of light
• 8.054 The light was
• 8.055 He wanted to rush straight off into the wood after the lights.
• 8.057 to creep near the lights
• 8.059 than all the lights went out as if by magic.
• 8.061 The lights are coming out again over there,
• 8.062 not far away were scores of twinkling lights,
• 8.063 When they got to the edge of the circle of lights
• 8.063 Out went all the lights again
• 8.069 But that was not the last of the lights
• 8.070 There’s a regular blaze of light
• 8.070 and many fires must have been lit suddenly
• 8.072 Out went all light.
• 8.074 till day came with some little light,
• 8.076 There was the usual dim grey light
• 8.124 At any rate here the light was greener,
• 8.125 But after a time the light began to fail,
• 8.130 as he stepped into a circle of light?
• 8.130 and as the lights went out he fell like a stone enchanted.
• 9.001 when suddenly out sprang the light
• 9.005 Inside the passages were lit
• 9.039 and the flicker of lights.
• 9.055 and floated light as a cork.
• 9.060 Luckily he was very light,
• 10.028 From one great hall shone many lights
• 10.028 in the light
• 11.029 as if the light caught the last pale leaves.
• 11.032 A gleam of light came straight through the opening
• 12.011 It was a red light steadily getting redder
• 12.013 in the ruddy light.
• 12.028 A red light touched the points of standing rocks.
• 12.042 The light from the door,
• 12.072 and the light of his eyes lit the hall
• 12.072 and the light of his eyes lit the hall
• 13.009 There was not a gleam of light –
• 13.010 Give me a light,
• 13.013 perhaps we can make a little light,
• 13.014 Light!’
• 13.014 Can anybody make a light?’
• 13.016 and screamed out ‘light!’
• 13.017 to light the others or to come
• 13.017 If he liked to risk a light,
• 13.018 start across the floor holding his tiny light aloft.
• 13.018 The light grew smaller
• 13.019 Slowly it grew to a little globe of pallid light.
• 13.019 from the wavering light of his torch.
• 13.019 of its own inner light,
• 13.019 it took all light that fell upon it
• 13.023 but it almost puffed out his light.
• 13.026 The light’s gone out!
• 13.029 get another light or two!’
• 13.031 Gloin lit several more torches,
• 13.031 as soon as he saw the twinkle of their lights.
• 13.033 Each now gripped a lighted torch;
• 13.033 in the light,
• 13.037 A light helm of figured leather,
• 13.042 a line of little lights
• 13.044 Before them light came dimly through great doors,
• 13.046 and the grey light grew suddenly more full.
• 13.048 before them stood the broad light of day.
• 13.048 A misty sun sent its pale light
• 14.002 in the light of morning.
• 14.004 The lights again!
• 14.008 Then suddenly a great light appeared
• 14.014 in the air above them lighting all the lake;
• 14.028 and a fierce light was
• 15.029 there were many lights as of fires
• 15.039 The light of stars, on crowns they hung
• 16.018 Hide your lights!
• 16.020 Let’s have a light!’
• 17.008 The light leapt from his hand,
• 17.040 and lightning lit its peak.
• 17.040 so dense that no light could be seen between their wings.
• 17.046 and whirled above them shutting out the light
• 17.055 and red light leapt from their eyes.
• 18.012 and picked him lightly up.
• 18.027 and departed with the first light of morning.

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