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This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Lord of the Rings.
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Lord of the Rings: Frodo as Ringbearer

Summary: Explores the J.R.R. Tolkien novel, Lord of the Rings. Discusses the importance of the fact that the Ringbearer is a Hobbit rather than one of the more powerful characters: Elves, Dwarves, Men.
There is a disease in society. This disease, one that permeates throughout the history of the human race, does not cause cells to die or bones to creak. Rather, this philosophical disease is what perpetuates the development of humankind. "More is better" or "size does matter" is not a foreign idea at all. The great kings of the past sought to aggrandize the size of their armies, the architecture of the Common Era only increases in height as time passes, and empires clashed to conquer as much land as possible. People are always seeking to be stronger, faster, and smarter. Thus, conventional wisdom would say that a hero well-suited for defying all odds and traversing within enemy territory to destroy a weapon of massive power ought to possess incredible physical prowess and intelligence. Conventional wisdom would put such a task in the hands...

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