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  • Lord Of The Rings
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    In the The Lord of the Rings, by J. Tolken, there are many things that make the story symbolic of a Christian influence. The constant emphasis of good vs. evil brings forth reason to suspect that this novel has a Christian basis. In this paper I will prove and backup my personal opinion through sighting specific examples of the influences from the book. Iluvatar is similar to a Christian god and the Valar are something in the middle of Christian angels and the gods of pagan myth. The highest of ...
  • Forces Of The Dark Lord
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    Comparative Essay on the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit fantasy is an imaginary world where all things imaginable can be brought to life. J.R. R Tolkien portrayed fantasy through his use of skilled craftsmanship and a vivid imagination, which was presented in each piece of literature he wrote. In Tolkien's two stories The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings we see the theme of fantasy brought to life through three essential elements, heroism, magic and retribution. Heroism is shown through the ch...
  • Lord Of The Rings
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    The Lord Of The Rings By J.R.R. Tolkien Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone, Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die, One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne, In the Land of Morder where the Shadows lie. One Ring to rule them all, One ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them, In the Land of Morder where the Shadows lie. The Lord of the rings, written by J.R.R. Tolkien, is truly one of the greatest novels e...
  • Tolkien And The Whole Genre Of Fantasy
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    It is easy for the reader who enters the enchanted realm of Tolkien's own work to be lost in the magic of the Middle-Earth and to forbear to ask questions. Surrounded by elves, hobbits, dragons and orcs, wandering the pristine fields and woods, described with such loving care they seem almost real, it is easy to forget there is another world outside, the world in which John Ronald Rebel Tolkien, an Oxford don, lived and wrote his monumental series of fantasy novels. It is, after all, natural to ...
  • Story Of Lord Of The Rings
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    The Lord of the Rings is about Sauron, the Dark Lord, who long ago lost the One Ring that holds much of his power. His overriding desire is to reclaim the ring and use it to enslave Middle Earth. Through strange circumstances, the ring falls into the hands of Frodo Baggins, a hobbit. Hobbits are a race of people half the sizes of men that are generally content with living a comfortable life and minding their own business. Because of the ring, however, Frodo is caught up in business that will aff...
  • Book Tolkien
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    Three Rings for the Elven-Kings under the sky, Seven for the dwarf lords in their halls of stone, Nine for mortal men doomed to die, One for the Dark Lord in his dark throne. In the Land or Mordor where the shadow lies. One Ring to rule them all, One ring to find them, One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them. In the land of Mordor where the shadows lie... (J.R.R. Tolkien, Rings) These are the most famous recognized lines in The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkiens' masterpiece. St...
  • Lord Of The Rings
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    The Lord Of The Rings My favorite character in this book would have to be Legolas. He was the best elf with a bow and arrow, and his skill with a blade was unmatched. A prince of the Elven Kingdom of Mirk wood, he has keen eyesight and sharp ears, a characteristic of his race. Though the fellowship that set forth from Rivendell has dwindled to but three, still the friendship that binds these three holds strong. Legolas, Aragorn, and Gimli hold to each other through hardships and peril, in spite ...
  • Tolkien's World
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    A Tolkien's essay J.R.R. Tolkien wrote The Hobbitt, The Lord of The Rings and The Silmarillion among other books which, together, created an absorbing fantasy world that has inspired hundreds of writers, artists and fans all over the world. According to Tolkien enterprises, more than fifty million copies of Tolkien's books have been sold and they have been translated into twenty-five languages (Home page). Three movies have been made based on Tolkien's works (Witker How many) and a new film tril...
  • Result Of Tolkien's Christian Beliefs
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    J.R.R. Tolkien considered fantasy a human right; people must create because God created and people are created in God's image (Sammons 13). Every author creates a "secondary world" and the primary world is reflected in this "secondary world". What the author creates is corrupt because of his sinful nature; but the longing for restoration is evident in his stories (Williams 2). In addition, the reader is more willing to accept theologically unsound ideas in the secondary world (Sammons 14). The a...
  • Pippen And Gandalf Ride To Minas Tirith
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    The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King My story begins where the second book, "The Two Towers", left off. "The Return Of The King" is the 3rd and final installment of "The Lord Of The Rings" series. The three books follow the quest to destroy the ring of power, an ancient ring forged by the evil Sauron. When Sauron last possessed the ring he tried to enslave Middle Earth (the land where the story takes place) and kill all those who defied him. However, Sauron was defeated and the ring was...

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