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    searched for the one ring during the War of the Ring. During this time the Fellowship was desperately attempting to defeat Sauron by leading Frodo to Mount Doom. Is Frodo a good guy though? He did sacrifice a great deal like a finger to “save” Middle earth from Sauron. Is Frodo still a hero? He unknowingly serves the White Council by bringing the Ring to Rivendell. Food is just trying to survive and do what Gandalf asks of him. Because of this Frodo gets sucked into the war between “good” and…

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    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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    Lord of the 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…

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    In the nature of men the desirer to do good is necessarily for the good of others. It’s somewhat appropriate to desirer good in any situations with a clear purpose. Having absolute power isn’t a bad thing to over come the enemies in battle. It great to know the outcome before it take place, but the desirer to have power can be side tact in Tolkien reading. The lord of rings displays some interesting tale of corruption with great power. It gives examples of the temptation throughout the reading…

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    becomes jealous of Abel and from Cain’s jealousy kills his own brother. (Maybe another quote here). In the outcome that follows, God punishes Cain for his actions act of killing his brother, condemning him to become a fugitive and a wanderer of the Earth (Bible Genesis…

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    How To Write The Hobbit

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    an officer in World War I. In 1916, he married Edith Bratt. Together, John and Edith had four children. J. R. R. Tolkien died on September 2, 1973. It took place in middle earth, a place called Bag End. The story transitions to Rivendell, Mirkwood, and then to The Misty Mountains. The book takes place during The Third Age Of Middle Earth 2941-2942. The Hobbit is compiled after World War II, resulting in it being written in a fantasy. Being written in third person omniscient, the narrator…

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    quest takes Bilbo alongside dwarves, goblins, elves, and a dragon on a journey over a land that is known as Middle-Earth. In 1954 Volumes 1 and 2 of The Lord of The Rings, the sequels of The Hobbit, were published and in 1955 Volume 3 was also released completing this series (Collins). The Lord of the Rings is the story of a man named Frodo Baggins, who in a time of corruption in Middle-Earth, is selected by the ring and must carry it to travel alongside Mordor to destroy it. The Lord of the…

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    The Hobbit Themes

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    starring many complex characters. The main theme of The Hobbit is bravery and courage, it highlights the importance of the main character, Bilbo Baggins turning from a self conscious and scared hobbit to a courageous hobbit. The novel takes place in Middle Earth during a time when Smaug, a dragon, has ruled the Lonely Mountains for years. I really enjoyed reading The Hobbit and I think it is a classic, must read for everyone. J. R. R. Tolkien can make this book relate to anyone through his…

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    In J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, the Riders of Rohan, or Rohirrim, are horse loving Men who live on the plains of Middle-earth. The Rohirrim’s initial respect for the land contrasts their later ambivalent and destructive use of it, therefore reinforcing the need for both biblical utilitarian and morally intrinsic perspectives when forming a sustainable community. While The Riders of Rohan use and protect the land at first in an agrarian-based society, they grow indifferent to both…

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    Bilbo Kidnapping

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    In lands inhabited by Hobbits in Middle Earth, an old wizard who goes by the name of Gandalf arrives at the “hobbit-hole” of a prideful old hobbit named Bilbo Baggins. Gandalf invites Bilbo on an adventure; however, Bilbo declines as normal Hobbits do not go on adventures, but Bilbo mistakenly invites Gandalf for tea on the next day. Afterwards, Gandalf arrives with thirteen other adventurous Hobbits, and Bilbo is forced to participate in Gandalf’s adventure in the hunt for Thorin’s (one of the…

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