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Lord of the Rings, a Summary

Summary: Summarizes the film version of the J.R.R. Tolkien novel, Lord of the Rings. Provides details of the major characters and explains their role in the story.
The Lord of the Ring has many characters to the movie. It is a movie dealing with the battle of goodness in society verves the darkness. These characters in the movie portray Christian messages or traits. There are many connections from the characters of goodness to Jesus and His disciples while the characters of darkness can be related to different forms of how evil can present itself and how the devil works.

Frodo Baggins is the Ring-bearer of Sauron. Frodo is a Hobbit, who is curious about the outside world and knowledgeable about the traditions of the Elves. A Hobbit is small person with big and hairy feet. Characters see that there is something special about Frodo but don't know what. Frodo is filled with goodness and he's selfless, polite, brave and perceptive. Frodo has no worldly powers such as Gandalf and he is...

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