The Two Towers Essay | The Lord of the Rings : the Two Towers

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The Lord of the Rings : the Two Towers

Summary: It is a summary of the book "The Two Towers" by J.R.R. Tolkien.
The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien is the second book of an exciting and suspenseful trilogy about the greatest adventure ever to occur on Middle Earth. This dangerous quest all began when Frodo Baggins inherited the Ring of Power from his uncle, Bilbo Baggins. It was made clear to Frodo by Gandalf that he must destroy the One Ring, but the only way that could be done, was to take it to the place where it had been forged, Mount Doom. Along the way, The Fellowship was tested by many different hardships such as pursuing Orcs and attempting to infiltrate Mordor without being detected, but before they could even reach those trials, they were attacked and shown the danger that was really facing them.

The silence of the day was broken by fierce blasts from the horn of Boromir that...

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