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  • The Hobbit Research Paper

    Music play an important role in people's lives. Music inspire people in different ways, music inspire people to sing, write songs, play instruments, without music people would not be happy. In “The Hobbit” you can find different types of songs like scary, happy, mysterious and much more. The song of the dwarves’ song represents magic, and adventure, because when you read the first paragraph you see “Far over the misty mountains cold, To dungeons deep and caverns old”. When you see this you…

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  • Richard Tyre's Literary Analysis

    different genre’s and plots? If this is the cause, you would be sadly mistaken. Richard H. Tyre published an article in 1978 that explains this situation to a tee. He explains how most kids choose to read books similar to Harry Potter, The Lord of The Rings series, and even The Wizard of Oz. Now some would not categorize these three books together, however, Tyre’s theory would state otherwise. There is a theory that Tyre came up with that explains how every book that falls into this category has…

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  • Research Paper On Hitler Youth

    he hitler youth was a youth organization of the nazi party in Germany accepting ages 10-18, during ages 10-14 they go to hitler folk and after 4 years they enter Hitler youth .it began July 4th 1926 and lasted until 1945. It prepared young boys for the military, and young girls for motherhood. Boys and girls were separated into different groups, not only by gender but by age too. Boys wore a brown shirt, black pants, black scarf and a special insignia that was sown to their sleeve . They…

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  • Music In The Hobbit

    Music is very important to everyday life. Everyone in every kind of culture has music that they listen to, whether the person who listen to it is a human or a creature from “The Hobbit”. In chapters from this novel, the magical beings known as dwarves, elves, and goblins sing their very own song in that chapter. Each song shows a different tone, content, and structure. This reveal In the beginning of the novel, the dwarves, Gandalf, and Bilbo plan to go on an adventure. When they are planning,…

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  • Symbols In Lord Of The Flies By William Golding

    In William Golding's Lord of the Flies, the boys who are stranded on the island come in contact with many things that symbolize ideas. Through the use of symbols such as the beast, the island, Simon and Piggy’s specs. These symbols represent that humans when freed from society's rules allows their natural desire for evil to dominate their personality. One of the symbols throughout the story was the beast. In the minds of many of the boys, the beast is a source of evil on the island. However, it…

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  • We Were Liar

    In the movie, Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, the character that I found most intriguing was Aragorn. Right from the start, He was kind to the hobbits by escorting them to Rivendell. When the council meeting was being held by Elrond, Aragorn was the first to volunteer to help Frodo take the ring to Mordor and destroy it. In this scene, Aragon told Frodo that he would protect him with his life. Throughout the movie, he always put Frodo and the hobbits first which demonstrated his…

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  • What Is The Imagery In The Fellowship Of The Rings

    The FellowShip of the Ring The resolution of one this book serves as the rising action of the second.“It 's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don 't keep your feet, there 's no knowing where you might be swept off to.” - J.R.R Tolkien Tolkien, a man who shaped so many lives, his story gave so many people meaning, passion and love. He alone created a world for us few who choose to escape to it. Tolkien 's writing is as deep as the world he…

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

    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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  • Lord Of The Rings Heroism Analysis

    puts on the Ring, he begins to understand the power of the Ring as the Ring tries to penetrate its own shadow (878). He feels the Ring gnawing at his will and reason tempting him with wild fantasies that are filled with his desires (880). Sam overcomes the power of the Ring as he penetrates through the Rings ability to deceive the wearer and follows the light within him to guide him out of the shadows (881). As Sam stands on the edge of a knife wavering with the desire to take the Ring for…

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  • The Hobbit And Lord Of The Rings Comparison

    The Lord of the Rings Two great classic novels are The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Both of these are amazing books that teach of courage, faithfulness, and friendship. However, when there are two things in discussion, one usually edges out the other. The Lord of the Rings is more captivating because of the importance of the Fellowship, the differences in the battles, and how the characters are portrayed. One of the most important things that makes The Lord of the Rings so spectacular…

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