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The Fellowship of the Ring Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1: Chapter 4 Summary

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Book 1: Chapter 4 Summary

Frodo wakes very refreshed after having slept among his protectors, the Elves. Frodo meets up with Sam and Pippin, but the Elves have left, leaving behind food and drink for them. Frodo eats his breakfast, pondering the Elf Gildor's words the night before.

While considering Gildor's advice that he should have with him trusted friends, he hears Pippin singing and thinks to himself he could never consider bringing his cousin with him into danger.

Sam is sitting beside him and he asks Sam if he is sure he still wants to come along, and tries to talk him out of it, reminding him of the danger. Sam will not be persuaded to change his mind though, and further feels suddenly different about the reason for his journey with Frodo. Frodo also seems to see a change in his companion as he appears more thoughtful and...

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