Fellowship Essays

  • The fellowship of the ring

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    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, by J.R.R. Tolkien, is the first book in the fantasy-based trilogy of the Lord of the Rings. The book begins with Bilbo Baggins celebrating his one hundred and eleventh birthday. After his party, he then decides to leave everything behind and join a Fellowship, which has a task of destroying the ruling ring, which will give supreme power to whoever has possession of it. Just before he leaves, Gandalf

  • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes

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    The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Back in my high school, one day out of the month was dedicated to student-led clubs. On these so-called club days, most kids will go to any club just to get out of class. Some exclusive clubs, such as the Chess club, would look down on this. These groups would happily kick some kids, but there was one club happy to see everyone who came: the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The little exposure to Christianity found at this club was all that some kids

  • The Fellowship of the Rings

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    The Fellowship of the Rings Book Report I want to introduce you to, The Fellowship of the Rings, by J. R. R. Tolkien. It is the first book to the Lord of the Rings, written by Tolkien. The settings in this book changed many times from the hills of the Shire, where the hobbits live, to the deep darkness of the mines of Moria. The book takes place in Middle Earth, which is described by Tolkien as a mysterious place that is full of good and evil. The way Tolkien described each place is amazing and

  • The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien

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    The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien For this report I have chosen to write on The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien. This book is a classic that every individual should read. This book is also part of a trilogy, and the story becomes more exciting as you read the other two books in the series. For this character analysis report I will focus on the character Frodo Baggins of the Shire. Frodo Baggins is a Hobbit, a dwarf-like creature. He comes from the Shire, an area inhabited

  • lord of the rings, fellowship of the ring

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    Lord of the rings, Fellowship of the ring By: J.J.R Tolkin, print date: Oct, 1965 The story starts with the 33rd birthday-party for Frodo Baggans, and the 111th birthday party for Bilbo Baggans, Hobbits who live in a mythical land called the Shire. Frodo’s best friend is his gardner Sam. Frodo owns a magic Ring which makes him invisible when he wears it, a gift from his cousin Bilbo who stole it from Gollum years ago. One day the old wizard Gandalf comes to the Shire, and he tells Frodo of an evil

  • The Eucharist in Fellowship of the Ring, Return of the King, and Two Towers

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    The Eucharist in Fellowship of the Ring, Return of the King, and Two Towers J.R.R. Tolkien's use of waybread takes on the properties of the Catholic Eucharist in The Lord of the Rings. He creates lembas, a special kind of dried bread and made it the primary food source for the main characters. This special food is, in certain ways, a type of Eucharist, as defined by the Catholic church. Specifically, the parralells can be found in the outward similarities and the surrounding effects.

  • Temptation in the Fellowship of the Ring

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    he can use it for good, ignoring the guidance offered to him at the Council of Elrond. Frodo has the most knowledge and guidance of all the characters but also seems to have the strongest temptations. J.R.R. Tolkien uses characterization in the Fellowship of the Ring to prove that people without a longing for power resist temptation through knowledge, good habits, and guidance. Gollum cannot resist the Ring’s temptation because he has no knowledge of the Ring and no guidance to form good habits

  • Cultural Values in The Left Hand of Darkness, The Fellowship of the Ring, and Dune

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    Shaping of Cultural Values Through Environment in The Left Hand of Darkness, The Fellowship of the Ring, and Dune Ursuala K. LeGuin's The Left Hand of Darkness was written after J.R.R. Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring and Frank Herbert's Dune. One of the most interesting comparisons between the three novels is how the authors treat the issue of cross-cultural misunderstandings. All three works contain many incidents where people of one race or planet encounter people of a different

  • Comparing the Arthurian Legends and J.R.R. Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring

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    A Medieval Contest In comparing and contrasting the Arthurian Legends and J.R.R. Tolkien’s book The Fellowship of the Ring, it is almost like a medieval contest between the two with many of the similarities coming from the customs of the Middle Ages. A look at the make up of the groups involved, the moral code, the protagonist, the antagonist, the use of supernatural elements and the knightly quest involved in each book shows how alike they are but yet different. The Arthurian Legends revolve

  • Chapter 1-6 Summary Of The Lord Of The Rings The Fellowship Of The Rings

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    The prologue, spoken by Galadriel, shows the Dark Lord Sauron forging the One Ring in order to conquer the lands of Middle-earth. A Last Alliance of Elves and Men is formed to counter Sauron's forces at the foot of Mount Doom, but Sauron kills Elendil, the High King of Men. His son, Prince Isildur grabs Elendil's broken sword Narsil, and slashes at Sauron's hand, separating him from the Ring and vanquishing his army. However, because Sauron's "life force" is bound to the Ring, he is not completely

  • Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring

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    In the film Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) I will demonstrate that the main message is how meaningful friendships are and how those friendships will help you when you need it the most. I will use Frodo’s journey with the “Fellowship of the Ring” to validate this claim by analysing Richard Gombrich theory of cognitive and affective beliefs. Moreover, I will use Arnold van Gennep’s theory of the rites of passage to illustrate the creation and meaning of Frodo’s friendships. I

  • Power In J. R. Tolkien's The Fellowship Of The Ring

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    later—later, if he is strong or well-meaning to begin with but neither strength nor good purpose will last—sooner or later the dark power will devour him” (141). This quote from Gandalf shows him warning Frodo about the power of the Ring in The Fellowship of the Ring: Book One. This quote displays J.R.R. Tolkien’s mistrust of unlimited power, which he expresses in each of his books. He served in World War I where he saw the effects of tyrannical leaders with unlimited power firsthand. Tolkien believed

  • Frodo’s Story and his Endurance during his Time with the Fellowship

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    In a world of myth and magic where wizards, hobbits, and dragons dwell, and evil lord rules but long ago he lost his Ring of Rower. In the beginning of the book, The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien, starts when Bible, the second hobbit to posses the ring, gives the ring to his heir Frodo. The bulk of the story is about the origins of the journey of many years to destroy Frodo’s inheritance. The reason he desires so fervently to obliterate it is because it is evil, crafted for nefarious

  • Baptist Bible Fellowship International

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    The Baptist Bible Fellowship International has done great things throughout the many years of its existence. The reason for the group’s success has been through missions, evangelism, Bible Colleges, and church planting. In the 1950’s the World Baptist Fellowship ruled the Baptist scene. During the era of the WBF there was a conflict that arose as J. Frank Norris attempted to overthrow G.B. Vick’s presidency at his Bible College. Norris desired to be president of the college that Vick established

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

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    refers to the early fellowships and meetings held in Akron, Ohio. These meetings took place between 1935 and 1939 when Alcoholics Anonymous was an integral part of “A First Century Christian Fellowship” (Pitman 56). A.A. was the outcome of a meeting between Bill W., a New York stockbroker, and Dr. Bob S., an Akron surgeon. Both had been hopeless alcoholics (Fingarette 14). Before this time, Bill and Dr. Bob had each been in contact with the Oxford Group, a mostly nonalcoholic fellowship that emphasized

  • Fellowship Of The Ring

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    The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring 1. I chose to read this book because I have always been a fan of the LOTR series and I loved reading the Hobbit, so I felt it was time to read the trilogy 2. The story is set all across Middle Earth which is the fictional realm of LOTR. The story begins in the Shire where Frodo sets off on his adventure. They then travel to Bree, Rivendale, through many forests, valleys, rivers, plains, to Moria / the Bridge of Khazad-Dum to Lorien and finally down

  • Examples Of Aragorn Being An Epic Hero

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    Boromir's mind before he dies. Again, Aragorn displays hero-like characteristics by knowing what to say to a fallen soldier. After this, only Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli are left. Gimli believes that the fellowship has failed. Aragorn says, "Not if we hold true to each other… Let's hunt some orc!" (The Fellowship of the Ring [video recording]). A hero like Aragorn never gives up hope. Instead, he always looks to a positive future which raises the spirits of his companions as well. Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli

  • Fellowship Of The Ring

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    seven major points in chronological order are exposition, inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action, moment of final suspense, and resolution (also called dénouement). One example of a story that follows this pattern is the novel the Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien. It is the first volume in the complete story the Lord of the Rings. The former tells of a mystical land called Middle-earth

  • fellowship Essay

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    public services. Consequently, I decided to change my... ... middle of paper ... ...g expenses, fellowships and scholarships give us a great opportunity to overcome our financial constraints. With all my intentions and obligation to be a part of positive change in Sudan that can decrease the poverty rate and develop the country politically and economically, I applied to Scott and Isabelle Black Fellowship to give me the opportunity to seize the required knowledge and skills for such a huge change.

  • Movie Review: The Lord Of The Ring

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    power to control all of middle earth “ One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them” ( LOTR The Fellowship of The Ring, Peter Jackson) to Mt. Doom and destroying it so the the main antagonist of the movie Sauron can’t get a hold of the ring and take over. Frodo in The Fellowship of the ring has tried to give the ring away three different times first to Gandalf the Grey, Second time to Galadriel, and a third to Aragorn, because he didn’t