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    Oxford named John Ronald Reuel Tolkien created many fascinating fantasies such as “Beowulf” and one of the most well-known, “The Lord of the Rings”. The creation of “The Hobbit” was said to be the prequel to the “Lord of the Rings” in world of middle earth. The main character, or protagonist, of this novel is a timid, small Hobbit named Bilbo Baggins. He was surprised with a visit by famous fictional wizard, Gandalf, and was asked to help join a group of dwarves to attain lost treasures under a…

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    about a fire sprit who came to earth as a falling star to bring fire to the people, which ended up spreading and causing many deaths. Many believe “natural disasters are punishment for breaking laws and traditions” (CITE). The people believe the falling star can result in the earth shuttering. Hills and trees will fall over and the sky will turn black. There are many myths surrounding stories about falling stars, on even states that humans were brought to this earth by falling stars. These…

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    the darkness bind them in the Land of Mordor where the Shadow lies” (Tolkien The Fellowship of the Ring). Bilbo did not know that the Ring he had brought back from his journey was the Ring of Sauron, a dark lord who wishes to enslave all of the Middle-earth. Gandalf the Grey, a wizard, suspected that the Ring was indeed Sauron’s and advised Frodo to leave the Shire as it would not be safe there with Sauron out searching for it fiercely. Frodo is the “bearer” of this Ring; it is his job to go…

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    three books in The Lord of the Rings. The Lord of the Rings is named Sauron, the Dark Lord, who lost this One Ring that contains much of his soul and power. He has an overriding desire and power to reclaim the Ring and use it to enslave all of Middle-earth. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a quest literature, a quest is what happens when a character or more than one character travels to a faraway destination with a purpose and desire of achieving that goal. The element in this book that most…

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    The Lord of the Rings includes many strange names and characters that are hard to remember and comprehend. You don’t get that as much in The Hobbit. Also, The Lord of the Rings requires more knowledge of Middle-Earth mythology to fully understand all of the characters’ backstories. I don’t think people are correct in saying that The Hobbit is for children and The Lord of the Rings is for adults. The Hobbit is easier to read, but is also enjoyable for adults…

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    as to include the destruction of the ring or of what may aid in the destruction of the ring. All were made for the betterment of not just a few, but for the greater good. A greater good is one they will benefit that of a populace, in this case Middle Earth. Examples of such lesser sacrifices will remain in the following. For example, Gandalf falling into the pit with the Balrog. For the reason that he did not decide to throw himself into the pit. All the acts the Tom had committed happened for…

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    most popular books like, The Hobbit(1937), The Lord of the Rings(1954-1955), and The Silmarillion(1977), all inspirational works in the United States. J.R.R. Tolkien has seen two world wars in his life which lead him to making these books in the Middle-Earth. Many copies were published and distributed around the world. They have touched…

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    most powerful ring. While some of the heroes encounter giant living trees, wizards, and huge orc armies, Frodo and Sam are led to Mordor by a corrupted little creature called Gollum. They could achieve victory against sauron or fail making all of Middle-Earth peril. The author’s purpose for writing this novel was to entertain the reader. The author did this by creating a new setting in which many evil creatures and entities try to defeat the…

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    A new computer, book, dress, phone, or movie, each item has a purpose in life, but also a certain amount of power over the beholder. J.R.R. Tolkien, the author of The Return of the King, described a specific object in his novels and the supremacy it held over certain characters. The One Ring of Power, The Ring of Sauron, plays an essential role in The Return of the King as a source of power, trial of will, and symbol. From Sauron to Isildur, the river to Gollum, Gollum’s cave to Bilbo’s pocket,…

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    The Lord of the Rings is an epic trilogy that leads the viewer through mystical lands and intense gore filed battles. Lord of the Rings is a series of novels by J.R.R Tolkien that was made into three films and effectively created one of the most loyal fan bases. The Lord of the Rings is a movie franchise that has not only been shown throughout many age groups but also has made impacts on the film industry entirely. These films will go down in history as one of the greatest films of the 21st…

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