The Fellowship of the Ring Essay | The Power of Myth in Fellowship of the Ring

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The Power of Myth in Fellowship of the Ring

Summary: Defines mythology as a relatively cohesive set of stories that comprise a certain religion or belief system. Considers how the power of myth is displayed in the film, Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring.
A mythology is a relatively cohesive set of myths: stories that comprise a certain religion or belief system. More specifically, myths are generally stories based on tradition and legend designed to explain the universal and local beginnings, natural phenomena, inexplicable cultural conventions, and anything else for which no simple explanation presents itself.1 Mythology is divided into categories by very old culture, like Roman mythology, Greek mythology, and Egyptian mythology. Though mythology is not the main way of storytelling anymore, and is barely surviving by being orally passed down from one generation to the other, the basic pattern in myths is still fundamental in constructing many of our modern culture's stories. One evident example of it is from the modern movie, or more specifically, the movie trilogy The Lord of The Rings.

The Lord of The Rings directed by Peter Jackson is...

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