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    have in their minds. Elrond (Lord of Rivendell) gatherers members from all of the races of middle earth to decide who will take the ring to Mount Doom and destroy to save Middle Earth. They break into an argument and Frodo steps up and takes the ring. Gandalf, Legolas, Gimli, Sam, Merry and Pippin, Aragorn and Boromir all step up to help Frodo on his journey and protect him. Along their journey all of these characters…

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    Movie clip: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - The Cure of Theoden Amongst a vast plain lies the bustling city of Rohan. This city not alike others as it houses the greatest riders in all the lands and a grand wooden hall that houses the king of all Rohan; King Theoden. On most days people would go about their own humble business and avoid conflict within the city. This was not like most days. A entourage of two men (Gandalf and Aragorn), an elf (Legolas) and a dwarf (Gimli). Each with…

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    free-peoples of Middle Earth. However it clearly does, seeing as how many characters are tempted to use the ring for their own selfish reasons. Power does not necessarily mean power over others, as it is defined as, “ability to do or act; capability of doing or accomplishing something” (Dictionary.com). There are certain kinds of power though, and the one that Man seems to desire is authority, which is defined as, “the power to determine, adjudicate, or otherwise settle issues or disputes;…

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    Frodo: The Power Of Hope

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    Frodo from a higher place above to take off the ring giving Frodo hope to continue forward (484). When the Orcs surround Helms Deep, Theoden talks about how he feels that he is in a prison, and how he wishes he could die instead upon a field of glory, but instead he feels useless waiting for death to come to him (526). He questions what hope there is against such evil, and Aragorn says to him that with the dawn of a new day comes hope showing that there is still strength in men, and all you have…

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    amazing collection of books. The person I relate to the most from Lord of the Rings is Aragorn. Me and Aragorn are both helpful, optimistic and adventurous. Firstly, I love helping people. I help random people, my mom, my dad and I help out at the Westmoreland Food Bank. I aid my mom with her walking, and get things around the house for her, because she lives with multiple sclerosis. I also help my dad with chores around the house, mow the law, prepare our RV for vacation and help clean it…

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    Simultaneously with this explosion, crowds of orcs begin to besiege the gates. In the book, it is not explicitly clear how the orcs blast a hole in Deeping Wall, since Aragorn vaguely refers to it as “some devilry of Orthanc” (Tolkein 669). Also in the book, the gates are the first to be attacked, and when this happens Aragorn and Eomer leave the Deeping Wall: “Come!” said Aragorn. “This is the hour when we draw swords together!” Running like fire, they sped along the wall, and up the steps,…

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    Ignorance and unbalance is undermined by honour and certainty of the team. “Playing the leadership role, Aragorn tells Theoden to ride out with them” and meet them (Gandalf and the warriors of Rohan) for Rohan, for his people. Theoden restores honour in himself as King of Rohan at the wearing grasp of defeat by riding out with Aragorn, “Yes, The Horn of Helm Hammerhand will sound in the deep, one last time!”. Regardless of the way individuals are parted from one another, they cleverly use their…

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    The fellowship of the ring has so many interesting and important characters that it is simply too difficult to pick just a few. Frodo Baggins: Frodo is the main protagonist in this story. He starts out as being a happy and perpetually hungry hobbit, living in Bad End with his Uncle Bilbo. An unfortunate inheritance changes his life forever. Frodo is very introverted, he lived a quiet fairly uneventful life at home. So during the quest he often prefers the company of himself, and his friend Sam.…

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    elves of Lothlórien. The battle soon commences, and halfway through it seems as though all hope is lost as the walls are breached. Once again, however, they somehow find reinforcements. Over three hundred banished Rohan soldiers come to their aid, helping in the enemy 's defeat. The battle in the third book, The Return of the King, follows a similar sort of guideline. The Kingdom of Gondor prepares for a battle that is sure to end them, unless reinforcements come. During the biggest and most…

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    The Christus Victor theory of atonement holds that Christ is a conqueror, and has defeated the powers of evil, thus redeeming mankind from its grasp. It is the ultimate battle of Light versus Dark, in which the light prevails gloriously. The Lord of the Rings is prime example of redemption theory in film through its parallels to the Christus Victor theory of atonement. Throughout the films, we can find the embodiment of this theory in the characters of Gandalf, Aragorn, and Frodo. The first,…

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