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    was adventurous and wild. You can thanks the Took for that side. The quiet and polite side came from the Baggins. But as he grew, he changed. He "did not have adventures or do anything unexpected." Although he was known for his preworks (swank). But one day, when Gandalf the grey came for a visit everything changed. The strange wizard invited himself and thirteen dwarves to Bilbo's quaint home. They, excluding Bilbo, had a merry time. At the conclusion to their visit, the following day, all were gone

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    willing to sacrifice his own life for others. At the basis of a hero is self-sacrifice and can be male or female. In The Wrath of Khan (1982), Spock talks about how the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few and Captain Kirk answers, “Or the one.” This defines a hero and their unselfishness. Christopher Vogler a story consultant for Hollywood states from his book The Writer’s Journey, “In the process of becoming complete, heroes face internal guardians, monsters, and helpers.” Most heroes use

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    to look up to because of their bravery and knowledge. I will be writing about two great characters that can be very alike but at the same time very different it’s a bit complicated. Let’s start comparing these characters let’s start with the younger one Bruno from The Boy in Striped Pajamas. Bruno is a little nine year old who is living in Berlin with his family. But then his father gets a new and very important job and has to move to out-with. Bruno does not want to move because he doesn’t want to

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    Bilbo's Hardships

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    Bilbo was an interesting man. He had two sides. His Took side and his Baggins side. His Baggins side is a side where he would choose to sit around, and do nothing. But on the other hand, his Took side allows him to take risks and go in adventures. One day, Bilbo had a few visitors at Bilbo’s door, Gandalf and the thirteen dwarves of the expedition to slay the dragon. He heard the dwarves underestimating him and talking smack about Him. At that moment, Bilbo’s Took side sparked. The book The HObbit

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    Hobbits, Dwarves, and Elves are three main races that dwell in Middle-Earth. However, there are many differences and similarities between these races. For instance, they look widely different and dress differently. They also differ and relate in cultures and differ in their wealth. In addition, their behaviors are vastly different, but their attitudes are the same. In “The Hobbit” those three races share different and similar characteristics including appearances, cultures, values, behaviors, and

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    his comrades what they want: “’I’m not going to read aloud this evening,’ she said. ‘You shot my father last night. Basta told me. I won’t read a word […] Why should she be afraid? They needed her. She was the only one who could read their wretched Shadow out of the book for them; no one else could do it…“ (440-441). With this power, she can take an active role in the story; instead of looking upon evil with scared eyes, she can use her own power to save everyone. She does this by destroying Capricorn

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    In one of the greatest playwrights of all time, Shakespeare writes a story of two star crossed lovers. Romeo and Juliet, the children of the rival Montagues and Capulets, fall in love with each other, and decide to get married, their love trumping all doubts from the rivalry. Shakespeare was one of the first writers, to ever utilize theatre tools such as tragedy of love. However love is but one aspect of caring. Attraction, infatuation, and love, are all differents aspects of the same emotion, just

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    Lord of the ring is an epic fantasy film directed by Peter Jackson. It is divided into three series, the fellowship of the ring, the two towers and the return of the king. The film is based on the first volume of J. R. R. Tolkien’s the lord of the rings (1954-1955). The filming of these three series movie was taken for 438 days, between Oct. 11, 1999 and Dec. 22, 2000 and it was shoot at over 150 locations within New Zealand’s conservation areas and natural parks. During the process of filming, the

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    J.R.R. Tolkien and the Ring

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    “One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the Darkness bind them.” (Tolkien 248). This famous quote is largely recognized as the inscription that is engraved on the Ring in J.R.R. Tolkien’s book, The Lord of the Rings. The usage of the poem on the Ring introduces the evil nature of the Ring that had not been revealed in The Hobbit. Here, it is set up as a weapon and an object of malice for the remainder of the series. As suggested in the poem, it’s purpose

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    In the lands to the West, war is brewing. The forces of the dark lord Sauron are knocking at the doorstep of man’s mightiest cities, and without aid, Minas Tirith shall be among them. We join the fellowship of the Ring once more as they are split in their quest. At Minas Tirith, Pippin and Gandalf rush to quench the fires of not only war, but of the city’s lord, as well. In the mighty kingdom of Gondor, Merry must find his true courage and use his wits to avoid being left behind once more, as

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