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The Fellowship of the Ring Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1: Chapter 7 Summary

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Book 1: Chapter 7 Summary

Frodo, Sam, Merry, and Pippin step into Tom Bombadil's house, into a low room with many lamps hanging from beams overhead, lighting the area with a soft glow. On the far side of the room a woman with long golden hair and wearing a flowing green dress set with silver beads is sitting in a large chair. Around her feet sits earthenware vessels containing large quantities of Lilies that are floating on top. The Hobbits feel suddenly awkward around the woman, because her ethereal beauty disarms them. The beautiful woman comes toward the group laughing and welcoming them, her name is Goldberry and she tells them she is the daughter of the River. The woman tells them to fear nothing now that they are in the home of Tom Bombadil.

Frodo, at the sight of Goldberry, is struck by an uncharacteristic desire to speak poetically...

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