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    others were destroyed. Frodo Baggins is faced with adversity when: Frodo’s uncle, Bilbo Baggins, leaves behind the ring, when Bilbo runs away, and when Frodo volunteers to be the ring-bearer. Many obstacles arise throughout the movie. In this essay I will discuss the ideas created by the text creator regarding the role adversity plays in shaping an individual’s identity. To show this I will be using the hobbit Frodo Baggins. In LOTR the main protagonist is Frodo Baggins. From the beginning of the

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    May 23, 2016 Section: C Essay How Frodo Baggins has changed from Beginning to Finish. As the Ring-bearer of The Lord of the Rings, Frodo is a special hobbit who can resist the temptations of the ring . In the beginning he is brave, selfless and thoughtful. Unlike the other Hobbits, Frodo is curious about the outside world and knowledgeable about the traditions of the Elves. Everyone from Bilbo to Gandalf to Aragorn notices, there is something special in Frodo, something that sets him apart from

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    J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings - Frodo Baggins as a Christ-Figure J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings has delighted readers since its publication owing to its author's skillful development of his fantastic realm and its inhabitants adventures therein. In fact, Tolkien is rightly regarded as the father of the modern fantasy genre, and it often seems all fantasy imitates his work in some way. However, as readers return to the work, it often becomes apparent that the work is more

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    When I first came to the character of Frodo Baggins, the first thing that came upon my mind was that he would have the determination to resist the temptations of evil and portray great characteristics but instead he was presented as becoming more attached to the ring than his allies that try to help him succeed in his quest. Frodo is described as a curious little hobbit wanting to discover the outside and have the knowledge to what comes upon him. Frodo’s goodness, wisdom, and generally peculiar

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    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 the Great River Anduin tohrough Argonath, the Pillars of the Kings to the three mountains Amon Lhaw, Amon Hen, and Tol Brandir. 3. The name of the author himself captured my interest, but I would have to say introducing Bilbo Baggins captured my interest the

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    the main character Frodo Baggins, his companions Marry and Pippin and a wise wizard Gandalf self-sacrificed their comfort, serenity and life in order to successfully complete their quest and to stop Sauron from crushing the Middle Earth. Sometimes individuals face compelling circumstances in their lives where they need to make life altering choices. The film proposes that by the act of self-sacrifice one can achieve internal strength that may have never existed before. Frodo Baggins, the main character

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    Ages. A knight would pledge his loyalty to God, his King, fellow knights and to women in distress. Tolkien’s Fellowship which consists of Gandalf, Legolas of the Elves, Gimli of the Dwarves, Aragorn and Boromin of the humans and four hobbits, Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippin. This Fellowship is like the Round Table of King Arthur. Sir Thomas Malory in his Le Morte d’Arthur shows this Round Table as a military group loyal not only to their King but to one another. King Arthur is given the Round

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    in some form or another. In The Fellowship of the Ring J.R.R. Tolkien tells us a story about Frodo Baggins who is ordered by Gandalf to destroy the powerful ring discovered accidentally by his older cousin, Bilbo. Like the rest of the hobbits, Frodo has lived quite peacefully and well, not having to worry about how dark and dreary the rest of Middle Earth was becoming under Sauron's growing power. Now, Frodo, a small, serene creature, will have to combat the most powerful force on Middle Earth, Sauron

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    fantasy novel set in an entirely different time period and in an extraordinarily different world. This story is part of a trilogy that transitions seamlessly into the ending of the prequel book, “The Hobbit.” At the end of “The Hobbit,” Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit, a hobbit is a half-sized human, comes home from an adventure and during his journey, he manages to obtain a magical ring. This ring is magical because when you happen to wear it, you turn invisible. It also had the power to prolong the

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    overwhelming competence in different situations. Characters that are incompetent, such as Frodo on the slopes of Mount Doom, are disliked by the audience. This idea of competence has subconsciously taught me that race is immaterial, and a person’s competence and ability to learn is far more valuable. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a cinematic masterpiece. Sam’s devoted and resolute character for Frodo and his mission captures the themes of friendship and self-sacrifice of the trilogy. This

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