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The Fellowship of the Ring Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1: Chapter 3 Summary

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Book 1: Chapter 3 Summary

It is several weeks since Frodo and Gandalf's discussion. Frodo is hesitating to go and wishes to vanish as did Bilbo. Gandalf is trying to push Frodo to take action. The Wizard knows that danger is near, and reminds him that he must not use the ring for any reason. Finally they decide that Frodo will wait until his birthday, in the Autumn, to leave and Gandalf agrees to this, but no later. Frodo and Sam will, at Gandalf's direction, head east to Rivendale, land of the Elves.

Plans are made to help Frodo leave the Shire without it being found out where he is going until much later. This will ensure Frodo's safety as well as that of the inhabitants of Hobbiton. It is decided that he will sell Bag End to the, much disliked, Sackville-Bagginess. Frodo has his friend Merry looking for a...

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