The Lord of the Rings

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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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  • The Hobbit: Prequel To The Lord Of The Rings

    Name: Henri Ho Mizzou online ID: Email: Popular Literature (Tolkien) LESSON 1: The Hobbit A philologist and professor of medieval literature at the University of 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…

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  • Lord Of The Rings Monomyth Analysis

    The Lord of the Rings: The Monomyth Quest Olivea Borden, Jack Hosek, Swati Patel, Noor Alyasiry, Evan Karlson, and Quinton Rodgers As modern day fantasy, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy can be defined as a monomyth. A monomyth is simply defined as a hero’s journey. Frodo, the hero of the trilogy, is seen refusing the call to adventure at first but then accepting it. On his journey, he aided by supernatural forces and tested throughout his journey. After he completed his task of destroying the…

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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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  • Lord Of The Ring Themes

    Considered the modern classic and the best fantasy novels of the era, The Lord of the Ring series written by J.R.R. Tolkien is a phenomenal series that created many subcultures and formed huge fandom. One of the most beloved and widely read authors in the world, Tolkien wrote The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King as three parts of The Lord of the Ring. Samuel Peter Jackson released the sensational film The Lord of the Ring: The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001 and rest…

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  • Sincerity In The Hobbit And The Lord Of The Rings

    What is the best book series ever? Immediately something comes to mind when questioning what the best book is, or at the very least it sparks thought of what you might consider to be the best. Varying aspects of books determine the quality of the work and the readers reception of it, from superficial aspects of interest as well as technical skills and development of a story. The realm of Middle Earth, as described in J. R. R. Tolkien 's pieces of work The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The…

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  • Lord Of The Rings Good Vs Evil

    really Evil just because he is the dark lord? It is perceived that in order to be good there needs to be a of display high morals. It is also believed by a vast amount of people that to be "evil" is to be bad, but the definition of evil is considered to be of lack of morals. In many wars, "good" and "evil" are just perspective propaganda. During war it is easier to fight the enemy if you demonize them. Many times throughout the novel "good" guys turn out to be bad. During the Crusades, The Latin…

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  • The Hobbit Lord Of The Rings Literary Analysis

    Frodo Baggins, a hobbit who lives in the Shire, acquires a Ring from Bilbo Baggins. This Ring is the “One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in 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…

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  • The Destruction Of Frodo's Hobbit In The Lord Of The Rings

    J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” tells the story of a little hobbit is that must bare burdens of carry the ring of power to the fiery volcano of Mt. Doom. Along the way Frodo and many others sacrifice their lives for the good of destroying the ring. The lives of the main characters shall experience upheaval upon the challenges they must face for the greater good. The destruction of the ring takes claim to the greater good at hand. The greater good is dependent on the sacrifices carried…

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