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    are different classes of Men and each one is distinct. The people of Gondor appear to be the most cut off from nature in comparison to other men. That is not to say they have no connection. their symbol is a white tree and the book mentions that there are homesteads and herdsmen within Gondor (Tolkien “Minas Tirith”). However, in comparison to the Rohirrim and the Wild Men they do not seem to have the same connection to the land in which they inhabit. The Rohirrim have their obvious connection with horses as evident from their first appearance in which Tolkien writes, “ With astonishing speed and skill they checked their steeds, wheeled, and came charging round” (Tolkien, “The Riders of Rohan”). Not to mention that one of the main reasons King Théoden is not pleased at Gandalf's arrival in Rohan is the fact that he took the Lord of Horses, Shadowfax (Tolkien, “The King of the Golden Hall”). Interestingly, it is the Wild Man, the people at the bottom of the…

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    Wormtongue is a malevolent traitor who exemplifies J.R.R. Tolkien’s belief that power is corruptive in The Two Towers: Book One. Wormtongue is not an influential character alone, but he leeches onto the power of Theoden and uses the force of betrayal to attempt his own personal gain. While Wormtongue’s ultimate loyalty remains to Saruman, he manipulates King Theoden to weaken the power of Edoras. While Wormtongue’s method of manipulation and strategic influence over Theoden gain him some…

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    Ayshia Rohan Essay

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    Ayshia Rohan, who is a mother of two boys, was born and raised in India, specifically in a small village in Kerala. In 2009, she got married and moved to the United States. When I asked her about healthcare and the type of foods that are required for a good health she listed some interesting foods; then she described how satisfy she is with the healthcare and lifestyle in the United States. Ayshia believes that garlic, milk, fenugreek seeds, eggs and water are the master keys for a healthy life.…

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    The kingdoms of Gondor and Rohan also have a distinctive style within the songs and poems, showing traditionalism, pride, and strength. The race of man, compared to the hobbits and elves, uses or recites poems for a more practical or solemn use, recording histories or lamenting great individuals of the past, as well as sparking bravery and courage in the hearts of the listeners. Rohan’s poems particularly focused upon the latter; Their battle cries are written in poem-form. Often when King…

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    the story ‘Out of Bounds’ by Beverley Naidoo, the protagonist Rohan, experiences a series of events that allow and help him develop as a character. In the story, mysterious people called squatters show up in town and continue to ask for water from residents. Rohan watches this all through the story and develops as a character because of it. This is demonstrated in thirds as the beginning,…

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    was written about the squatters that had came to move into the area where only mixed and whites were allowed. The squatters had then set up “shacks” as their homes where a boy named Rohan use to play. The squatters had to come up to the people’s houses that always lived in this area to ask for water for their families. Throughout…

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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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    of Bounds” a story that was written in a boy of Indian descent named Rohans point of view. In the story the squatters, people that do not have a home, had come to move into the area where only mixed and whites were allowed. The squatters…

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    The Tale of Two Sisters One-Act Play Rhianna Setsma Characters Mary Queen Of Scots: A strong intimidating queen. Lady Rohan: The queen’s helper. Sister to Lady Grace. Lady Grace: The other queen’s helper. Sister to Lady Rohan Chamber Maid: Takes care of the Queen’s chambers. Gets bossed around by the two Ladies. Setting: Set in 1558’s style French Castle. Lady Grace is laying out the dinner clothes that Mary Queen of Scots will wear to the evening dinner for her engagement…

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    Driving Down Bay Road It’s just twenty-seven minutes away. It’s seven minutes to Rohan’s house, ten minutes to Aditi and Aanya’s house, and then ten minutes to Crescent Ridge. My brother is driving and I’m sitting in the passenger seat. Aanya is sitting in a car seat right behind my brother and Rohan is sitting behind me. Aditi is sitting in the middle. My brother, my cousins, and I really want some ice cream. Sasha is playing his loud rap music like Chance the Rapper, Big Sean, and Tupac…

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