Before our times, many countries clashed their armies on the battle fields. And whenever there is war, heroes appear.Tragically, heroes are not saints and nor are they invincible. Once rose, there is a time that they shall fall.
Bromir demonstrates great dedication and sacrifice; as well as standing as a symbol of goodness and justice. His acts of courage and strength are however no match for his tragic flaw, which eventually lead to his downfall. In The Fellowship of the Ring, Bromir plays the role of the tragic hero. Bromir's greatest fear is his pride and recklessness that make him vulnerable to the Ring’s power which ends up being the cause of his tragic downfall. Boromir disliked the idea of destroying the One Ring, he believed that it could be used to defeat Sauron once and for all, to save Gondor, and return it to its former glory; he tried to convince Frodo to give him the ring. When Frodo refused, Boromir tried to take it by force, perhaps even threatening Frodo with death, but the hobbit put the One Ring on and f00000000led.Borormir was a tragic hero for the following reasons: 1. He was born of noble birth. Let us all remember that his father was the Steward of Gondor. He was very noble. 2. He was responsible for his own fate because he willingly rushed towards a really evil guy (a.k.a. orc) with lots of arrows and ended up trying to save Merry and Pippin. 3. His tragic flaw was his greediness. He was very power hungry and wanted the ring for his own. 4. He was doomed to make an error in judgement when he didn't think that Frodo was worthy to carry the burden of the ring. He was very doubtful. 5. He fell from a great height. Remember, after he died, Aragorn put him a canoe and pushed off the edge of a giant waterfall. 6. He realized his mistake when Frodo put on the ring and disappeared. Unfortunately, he couldn't fix his mistake. 7. He accepted his fate. He couldn't fix what he had done, so he decided to fight for the hobbits lives, even if...
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