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  • Evil Ring Of Sauron To Mount Doom
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    The Two Towers Main Characters- Frodo Baggins, a hobbit, the main character of the story, the bearer of the evil ring, sent to destroy it in the fires of Mount Doom. He is very strong, but has trouble sometimes making choices, and sometimes makes wrong ones, wields Sting the dagger of his Uncle Bilbo Baggins. Sam wise Gam zee, a hobbit, Frodo's companion on his journey to destroy the ring, he is always looking out for Frodo, to help him in any way he can, wields a dagger, sword to him. Pippin To...
  • Frodo Needs Bilbo
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    Response to Literature In all genres and styles of writing, character dependencies are developed. The good guy always depends on his friends, the bad guy never depends on anything except evil. Such dependencies are developed in JRR Tolkien's Fellowship of The Ring. The most prevalent of these is the one between Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. These two characters are brought together and bonded in a variety of ways. Frodo was always fascinated and interested in Bilbo's telling of experiences and advent...
  • Powerful Ring
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    The Fellowship of the Ring J.R.R. Tolkien Lord Acton once said, "Power corrupts, but absolute power corrupts absolutely". He was probably referring to the powerful kings and queens who held power over many people. But, we could see how power is something many of the characters in Tolkien's story are trying to have and hold onto in some form or another. In The Fellowship of the Ring J.R.R. Tolkien tells us a story about Frodo Baggins who is ordered by Gandalf to destroy the powerful ring discover...
  • Hobbits And The Black Riders
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    Authentic Life vs. Mechanical Life In the Hobbit Authentic Life and Mechanical Life can be seen in the Hobbits and the Black Riders. The reason being because the hobbits are such an authentic and valuable life source; because they seem to be extremely noble and happy in their everyday lives. The Black riders on the other hand are apart of the mechanical society because throughout their search for Frodo and "the one ring to rule them all, the one ring to find them, the one ring to bring them all,...
  • Tolkien's Ring Quest
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    The One Ring to rule them all Thought-paper one. R.R. Tolkien " the Lord of the RingsByFrancis Byron P. A bao 97-06526 English 146 Inst. Emil Flores Department of English and Comparative Literature University of the PhilippinesDiliman, Quezon City. Submitted on October 14, 2002. The One Ring to rule them all The Lord of the Rings is a three part epic fantasy by J.R.R. Tolkien about the struggle to destroy the One Ring of Power. Published in 1954, the work remains as relevant today as ever, when ...
  • King Faramir And Aragorn
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    "One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them. One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them. ' (8) Quite an interesting line for the trilogy of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. The trilogy of The Lord of the Rings is based in a struggle between good and evil, courage and friendship, not leaving the humanity behind. A world made by Tolkien, real enough to live not only in his mind, but also in ours. Middle Earth, a place ruled by elves, dwarves, and humans. A place where s...
  • Ring Of Power
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    The Fellowship of the Ring Analysis In J.R.R. Tomkins novel The fellowship of the Ring Frodo and his friends attempt and dispose of the Ring once and for all. By distorting the Ring it insures that the ring wont ever fall into the wrong hands and be used for evil. The center of this book is the "ring of power" because if it falls into the wrong hands it could mean the Before the history of the ring was explained to Frodo he had no idea that it was capable of such dark powers and came from such a...
  • Powerful Ring Throughout Tolkien's Created Middle Earth
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    J.R.R. Tolkien's concept of too much power is summed up by Lord Acton when he once said, 'Power corrupts, but absolute power corrupts absolutely. ' In Tolkien's first book of his fantasy based trilogy, Lord of the Rings, the Fellowship of the Rings tells a story of a quest to destroy a powerful ring throughout Tolkien's created 'Middle Earth'. This quest was headed by a 'Hobbit' named Frodo Baggins who, in the end, becomes corrupted by power himself. This corruption begins when Frodo uses his ri...
  • Frodo For The Ring
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    Lord of the rings, Fellowship of the ring By: J.J. R Tonkin, print date: Oct, 1965 The story starts with the 33rd birthday-party for Frodo Baggans, and the 111th birthday party for Bilbo Baggans, Hobbits who live in a mythical land called the Shire. Frodo's best friend is his gardner Sam. Frodo owns a magic Ring which makes him invisible when he wears it, a gift from his cousin Bilbo who stole it from Gollum years ago. One day the old wizard Gandalf comes to the Shire, and he tells Frodo of an e...
  • 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...
  • Frodo's Quest
    930 words
    In a discussion of great literary minds of the twentieth century, there is one name that always stands out. J.R.R. Tolkien's classic story Lord of the Rings is the measuring block by which all other fictional works of the twentieth century are compared. His engrossing characters, beautiful descriptions, and intriguing plot have enraptured generations of avid readers. The most endearing quality of the epic is Tolkien's ingenious use of archetypes, most notably the quest hero. Frodo Baggins posses...
  • Frodo And Sam To The Black Gate
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    The second movie report I chose to do was The Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers. This movie is a sequel of the first and is the second of three. It continues the long and interesting story about two young men who set out to safe their country of Middle Earth. Everything relies in their hands and the Ring of Sauron must be destroyed. The second movie left off right where the first ended and it was even better than the first I thought. Frodo and Sam find themselves lost in the rocky hills west of...
  • Frodo And Sam
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    The Two Towers Author: J.R.R. Tolkien This story is the second part of the 3 book series, The Lord of the Rings. It takes place on Middle Earth, around the year 1450 there. The characters consist of many different things. Like, hobbits, elves, wizards, orcs, and men. The story is about a hobbit, Frodo Baggins, who's father, Bilbo Baggins, finds a ring in The Hobbit. The special thing about this ring, is it has power to make the person who wears it invisible. There were also 9 other rings like th...
  • Difference Between Frodo And Other Ring Bearers
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    The Lord of the Rings, is an Archetypal Myth, which includes a hero, dangerous journey into the land of evil comes to exist in the collective unconscious and becomes an addition to the way we organize our thinking about the universe and human life. The hero of the movie Frodo Baggins goes through heroic stages of his life. As a young boy he loses his innocence by realizing good versus evil, sacrifice for the sake of destiny, temptation of power and fortunate to have many teachers and friendship....
  • Lord Of The Ring
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    REVIEW OF THE FILM 'The Lord of the Ring: The Fellowship of the Ring' is a film adventure of goods against evil, furthermore. it is a story of the power and value of friendship and individual courage. The film is directed by Peter Jackson and produced by Barrie M. Osborne and Jackson, Fran Walsh and Tim Sanders. The screenplay is by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boy ens, and Jackson based on the book by J.R.R. Tolkien. The story begins in a place called Middle-earth; a dark and powerful lord has brought ...
  • Evil Witch King To The Shire
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    This isn't exactly a paper, but it's a handy synopsis of the plot of the book version of The Lord of the Rings. Should come in very handy for someone wishing to write a paper on the books, but without the time to read them. There are some term paper topics at the bottom, as well. Vol. I - THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING: The story starts with the twentieth birthday-party for Frodo Baggins, a Hobbit who lives with his brother Sam in a mythical land called the Shire. Frodo owns a magic Ring that makes ...
  • 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...
  • Evil Of The Ring
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    The creation of the "One Ring" or the "Ring of Sauron" goes back to the years following the fall of Mor goth. At this time, Sauron established his desire to bring the Elves, and indeed all the people of Middle-Earth, under his control. In order to bring the Elves under his control, Sauron persuaded them that his intentions were good, and that he wanted Middle-Earth to return from the darkness it was in. Eventually the elves sided with Sauron, and created the Rings of Power under his guidance. Fo...
  • Frodo Questions Gandalf About The Ring
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    Preparation of the Quest Gandalf, the great wizard, gives off an appearance of being omniscient, which makes him appear to be a person that is very powerful and strays away from the darker side. He has a great understanding of the many basic life forms of Middle Earth. Gandalf also has a lot of knowledge about the fundamentals of the hobbits and their ways of life. Frodo Baggins, on the other hand, is an innocent, young hobbit just coming of age at thirty-three. Never to have experienced life ou...
  • Aragorn A True Hero
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    In the novel The Lord of the Ring: The Fellowship of the Ring, by J.R. R Tolkien, many of the characters possess heroic characteristics and qualities, which are acknowledged throughout the novel. A hero is a person noted for feat of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed their life. The selfless act of heroism is the ability to withstand that which few others could, by demonstrating courage and strength; mentally, emotionally and physically. A hero is someone...

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