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  • The One Ring Of Power In The Lord Of The Rings

    At the heart of this story and movie is The Ring and it is The One Ring of power. Lord of the Rings is a tale of good deeds that triumph over evil. It is also a story of power and corruption. The desire for absolute power is the main idea of The Lord of the Rings. The Ring acts as a symbol of evil that the author explores in his novel and is also represented by the directors in the movie. It represents power, and with that power it corrupts anyone that comes in contact with it. When Sauron forged The Ring, he infused his own power and soul into it to ensure that it had the power needed for him to reach his goals. It is because of this that it doesn’t matter if one’s intention is to do good, all that is done with The Ring, including the ring…

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  • Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring

    Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is the first movie in the trilogy of the rings. The Hobbit, is a movie that sets the story up from the beginning, yet it came out eleven years later. I would recommend seeing The Hobbit so that you get all the insight and valuable background information that you need to understand the trilogy. Peter Jackson directed both magical movies. The Fellowship of the Rings theme of friendship, plays a large role in The Hobbit. The Hobbit had a theme of a…

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  • Allegory Of The Ring

    In excerpt from The Lord of the Ring: The Fellowship of the Ring, by JRR Tolkein, Sméagol, an innocent creature, and his friend are fishing when Deagol finds a ring in the mud. This ring was created by the dark lord Sauron in an attempt to rule Middle Earth. The ring is the embodiment of evil and upon seeing it Sméagol murders his friend to get it. The discovery of the ring alters how Sméagol acts but a larger, more important transformation occurs. I will discuss this change by answering the…

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  • Symbolism In The Fellowship Of The Ring

    The book The Fellowship of the Ring begins with a quiet life of the Hobbits in The Shire. When Frodo Baggins comes into the possession of the One Ring, left for him by his cousin Bilbo Baggins, he and three of his friends set out to destroy the ring because of its dangerous power. Soon after, they get lost and almost die. Frodo is gravely injured and needed to be healed by the Rivendell Elves. In Rivendell, a council is formed and it is decided that a group including a wizard, an Elf, Dwarves,…

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  • Diamond Engagement Rings

    perfect proposal. Is it a man getting down on one knee and presenting a sparkling diamond ring to his now fiancee? While there is nothing wrong with a grand romantic gesture like a proposal, there are a few issues revolving diamond engagement rings. It has become a tradition for female brides-to-be to flaunt them, but how did this originate and why do we still do it today? Because they serve no real meaningful purpose, diamond engagement rings should not continue to be used in proposals.…

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  • Analysis Of Fellowship Of The Ring

    The Fellowship of the Ring Analysis The Fellowship of the Rings is the first volume of the three in the Lord of Rings. This trilogy is regarded as one of the finest fictional narratives of the twentieth century. The person that is considered The Lord of the Rings is Sauron, who lost the One Ring long ago that contained most of his power. Sauron desires to recover the lost Ring and use it to enslave the entire Middle-earth. The paper will be analyzing this story extensively. The Fellowship of the…

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  • The Culper Spy Ring

    and patriotism of some of the most unrecognized and underappreciated figures in American history. The Culper Spy Ring epitomized espionage during the American Revolution by providing detailed insider information from behind enemy lines. Under the nose of the British, one of the most superlative members of the Culper Spy Ring was Anna Smith Strong, who was the vital communication link for Abraham Woodhull to provide information on British activities to Caleb Brewster, who then reported to General…

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  • The Lord Of The Rings: An Analysis

    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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  • Fellowship Of The Ring Literary Analysis

    The Fellowship of the Ring is the first out of the 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…

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  • The Influence Of The Culper Spy Ring

    became they started to learn how to track movements of enemy officers. For Washington, Secrecy is his first priority for the Culper Spy Ring, It is so strict that not even Washington didn’t know all of his spy’s identities. Washington made sure that the Culper Spy Ring had more support and better secrecy than previous spies. This is due to the fact when a Captain of the 19th regiment of the Continental Army named Nathan Hale volunteer in September 1776, before the battle of Long Island, to cross…

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