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Title: The Lord Of The Rings Part One The Fellowship

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Title: The Lord Of The Rings Part One The Fellowship Of The Ring Pgs: 435 Author: J.K.K Tolkien Published By: Harper Collins Publishers Characters: Fantasy like creatures such as elves, dwarfs and hobbits Setting: A mysterious fantasy world with forests, caves and kingdoms.Favorite Character Sketch: The hobbit Frodo Baggins is small in size yet he ...view middle of the document...

He is the main Protagonist (character) in the story. He is the best friend of Sam Gamgee, Pippin Took and Merry Brandybuck. He is also a good lover of food and simple comforts. Butt he also has a strange, higher quality about him.Summary: The first part of The Lord Of The Rings is the first of three books; the first book is called "The Fellow Ship Of The Ring". Sauron the dark lord is the lord of the ring of the ring. Long ago Sauron had lost the ring. The ring contained most of his power. Now Sauron is in search of the ring so he will be able to take over the entire middle earth. But in some strange way Frodo Baggins has found the ring. Frodo is in a business that can affect the entire middle earth.In the help of the wizard Gandalf, Frodo and his three-hobbit friends Sam Gamgee, Merry Brandybuck and Pippin Took are doing anything possible in order to keep the ring out of Saurons hands so he will not be able to take over middle earth.

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