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  • Culture That Endangers Middle Earth

    (Merriam-Webster.com). Men, elves, and ents are some examples of the creature that live in the middle earth and have cultural values within them. The cultural value that passed down throughout the generations affecting their way to identify the threat that endangers their existence in the middle earth and give them guidance on how to responds to the threat itself. To see how the culture of each group affecting their ability to identify and respond to the threat that endangers middle earth, one needs to address the threat that they face. The one ring that Sauron forged inside the…

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  • Middle Earth Bank Case Study

    The collapse of the Middle Earth Bank by Silingo, S J 193056240 Submitted on 18 May 2016 in partial completion of Business Fundamentals 4 (BUF400S) in the B Tech (IT) degree offered by the Department of Information Technology in the Faculty of Informatics and Design at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology 1 Introduction 1.1 Same old story when business crumbles Claim: It is the same old story, when the company (i.e. big or small etc.) crumbles under poor management. “I trusted him or…

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  • What Are The Differences Between Gandalf The Gray And Humbledore

    Gandalf spends his entire life on the road fighting endless evils to protect the world of Middle Earth; this makes him a lot more experienced in battles. He also is not afraid of a battle and will be the first one to go full speed and risk his life for the greater good of Middle Earth. I can’t say the same for Albus Dumbledore because he spends most of his time in the castle and on the sidelines letting the children of Hogwarts fight the battles that he should be fighting. He only fights when he…

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  • Archery

    One that intrigues me most is the elf. They reside in the forests of Middle-Earth. Usually, elves are seen as noble and urbane beings, which can make them be arrogant at times. Arts, especially music, are one creative aspect they flourish in. With that, they also make for stellar poets. Archery is a strong suit of nearly every elf as well. They are the most scholarly race except for wizards, but elves are considerably more plentiful. I believe that the elves are a unique and worthy addition to…

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  • Heroism In The Hobbit

    The great races get depicted as being incongruity with nature while the wickedness races get delineated as being conflicting with it—henceforth the hawks ' choice to help the mythical people against the trolls. A few faultfinders have proposed that the distinctive races in The Hobbit were intended to speak to diverse European nationalities, yet Tolkien 's dislike for purposeful anecdote makes this appear to be profoundly improbable. Family ancestry is an alternate imperative variable that shapes…

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  • The Hobbit Argumentative Essay

    inhabits the Middle Earth in J.R.R. Tolkien’s fictional world. They are short and small, and not as strong as human, dwarves or elves, but they can also change the world as epic heroes, which are defined as characters who are brave, noble, usually are admired for great achievements, and embody the values of their culture. In J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbits usually have simple lives and stay in the Middle Earth; however, the master ring that rules all of the Elven kings, Dwarf lords and Mortal men,…

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  • Corruption In J. R. Tolkien's The Lord Of The Rings

    Rings, The Fellowship of The Ring, by J.R.R Tolkien features Frodo, a character of Middle Earth, who becomes influenced under the corruption of power. The ring possesses magic far beyond the controls of one singular man and with the impacts of the ring’s force, comes corruption, or the inability to utilize such power with self control. The ring itself is the power, but questions arise as to what makes this particular power corrupt. Literary critic Roger Kaufman attributes homosexual desires to…

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  • Power And Corruption In The Lord Of The Rings

    describes the morality of good being corrupted in a very complex environment. It’s precise that one want to do well in the heat of battle against his or her natural enemy. In some cases it is just pertain to the situation a hand. The nature of situation is the balances of power with come to Gandalf and Galadriel class of order for the greater good. Both seem to have power beyond imagination and have assessment to protect middle earth from great long time evil like Sauron. The situation looks…

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  • The Transformation Of Bilbo In The Hobbit, By J. R.

    assist a group of Dwarves reclaim their mountain from a dragon. Originally Bilbo does not enjoy adventures, but as the story goes on Bilbo develops into a hero as he defies the stereotypical lifestyle associated with his family, discovers the forces that motivate his actions, and works to unite the different races of Middle-Earth. At the beginning of the story Bilbo lives a very exquisite, peaceful lifestyle, he enjoys smoking his pipe, reading,…

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  • What Is The Imagery In The Fellowship Of The Rings

    Fellowship) as they travel across the wide continent of Middle Earth on a quest to save the continent from the rising darkness of Sauron. Throughout the journey through Middle Earth, Bree, Rivendell, Anduin River and more places are the key locations to the development of the group; these locations are where the most influential events occurred in the novel. The Hobbits travel to Bree in the beginning so that they can once again meet with Gandalf the Grey and rest. Upon arrival, they received…

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