"One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them. One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them."(8) Quite an interesting line for the trilogy of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. The trilogy of The Lord of the Rings is based in a struggle between good and evil, courage and friendship, not leaving the humanity behind. A world made by Tolkien, real enough to live not only in his mind, but also in ours. Middle Earth, a place ruled by elves, dwarves, and humans. A place where some creatures are not even noticed, which is best because they can keep their peace and innocence. A land of solitude and nostalgia, since the Rings of Power have been made, and Middle Earth is the key setting.
The story takes place when everyone except Frodo and Sam arrives at the kingdom of Gondor, and though the people of Gondor are amazed and frightened at first by the huge army of walking trees that accompany them, everyone smiles and accepts them when Gandalf and Aragorn reveal themselves. The brothers Denethor and Boromir, however, see that Aragorn brings knowledge from the North which will give their kingship over to Faramir, the true King, and so they secretly conspire against him.(58) And so later on, when the forces of Mordor arrive to attack Gondor, they successfully plot to have Aragorn positioned so he must face the Witch-King in single combat. The battle is too much for Aragorn, and just as he is about to die he is saved by Eowyn, a woman of Rohan who loves him, and Merry, who slays the Witch-king in single combat by using ancient hobbit-magic and so reveals himself to be the lost Thain of the Shire. Even as the forces of Mordor retreat, they are swept into the Sea by great ships brought by Faramir, the true Prince of Dol Amroth from the hidden city of Osgiliath further up the Great River.(188)
Meanwhile, Sam chases the tarantula back to the lair of Ungoliant, the Queen of Spiders, and after a tense argument about the nature of good and evil she finally...
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