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The Two Towers

Summary: Essay is a book review on "The Two Towers" by J.R.R. Tolkien.
There are several main characters in The Two Towers. There is Frodo Baggins, who is the main character. Frodo is a hobbit, which is a creature that resembles a man, but is a little more than half the height of one. Hobbits never wear shoes, because their feet have thick skin and are furry of top. Hobbits, such as Frodo, are known for being timid and peaceful. They dislike adventures and danger, and they avoid them both whenever possible. Hobbits are able to walk completely silent in any situation. Frodo was an unsuspecting Hobbit who lived in a place called Hobbiton. Hobbiton is the only place in Middle-Earth, which is where the book takes place, which Hobbits inhabit.

Another main character is Gandalf the Grey. Gandalf is a very old (they live to be thousands of years old) wizard. He is a very wise and intelligent person...

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