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The Fellowship of the Ring
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  • Suddenly Frodo saw before him a black chasm.
  • The outer door could only be reached by a slender bridge of stone, without kerb or rail, that spanned the chasm with one curving spring of fifty feet.
  • Sam shuffled along, clutching hard, and looking down into the pale eddying water as if it was a chasm in the mountains.
  • So they passed into the dark chasm of the Gates.
  • Under their shadow Elessar, the Elfstone son of Arathorn of the House of Valandil Isildur’s son heir of Elendil, has nought to dread! ’ Then the light of his eyes faded, and he spoke to himself: ’Would that Gandalf were here! How my heart yearns for Minas Anor and the walls of my own city! But whither now shall I go? ’ The chasm was long and dark, and filled with the noise of wind and rushing water and echoing stone.

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  • You can’t leap a twenty-foot chasm with two 10-foot jumps.
  • We were stopped by an impassable chasm.

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