Of these, we have a Boonwurrung story that describes Narn as a mountain range lying north-east of Western Port, where a strange animal lived named Wil-won-der-rer, an animal resembling a human being in form, but with a hard body like stone (Smyth 1878:vol.
Narn Very high, Smvth (1 878:vol.1 4SS)--there Kurbora's is a mountain named Narn in a country mountain range north-east of Western Port which is inhabited by a strange animal named Wilwon-der-rer, with a stone- like human form.
For instance, in Kien van tieu luc (A small record of things seen and heard), Le Quy Don (1726-84) observed that the LNCQ adapted stories from the Song-era Tai Quy Ky by Truong Quan Phong and from the Yuan-era Narn Hai Co Tich Ky by Ngo Lai.
Contemporary to VSL were Ho Tong Thoc's works (Viet Narn the chi and Viet su cuong muc).
7 On which space station would you find the Centauri, Minbari and narn
Ac mi fydd Bleddyn yn gofyn i Bethan gymryd rhan y ferch yn narn
Llew ar gyfer y radio.
Meddai Karl Jenkins: "Mae'n fraint fawr i gael fy ngofyn i ddod i'r Eisteddfod ond y brif wefr yw gallu clywed fy narn
Dewi Sant yn cael ei berfformio.
"Esse and Narn
: Name, Identity, and Narrative in the Tale of Turin Turambar." Mythlore 17.2 (#64) (1990): 34-44.
West's skewed observation might have been understandable if until 2007 Narn i Chin Hurin had existed only in the form of its original obscure epic poem or as a random series of notes known only to the most devoted disciples of the Tolkienian mythos, but a rough prose version is to be found in Unfinished Tales, first published in 1980 by Tolkien's literary executor and youngest son, Christopher.
Any attempt to speculate about Tolkien's authorial intent to a degree beyond any statement he may have made regarding the source(s) of Narn i Chin Hurin would be utterly futile, although he admits that he drew his symbolic inspiration for Turin from The Kalevala story of Kullervo.