The Fellowship of the Ring - Study Guide Book 2: Chapter 3: The Ring Goes South - Chapter 4: A Journey In the Dark Summary & Analysis

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Frodo will leave Rivendell when the scouts find where the Black Riders have gone. After two months of waiting, they decide Frodo will be accompanied by eight others including a member from each group living in Middle-earth. There is the Dwarf Gimli, Elf Legolas, Gandalf, two Men - Strider and Boromir, and the four Hobbits. The company begins their treacherous journey to Mordor, traveling many miles away from Rivendell in the bleak, unchanging landscape. A fortnight later, they arrive at the country of Hillon where Elves once dwelled. The group is content to rest for the night, but Strider is suspicious of the deep silence. Strider warns that Hillon may be spied upon and the company is off again the next evening. They travel through a perilous mountain that covers them with a constant downpour of...

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