The Fellowship of the Ring - Book 2: Chapter 9: The Great River - Chapter 10: The Breaking of the Fellowship Summary & Analysis

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The company rides down the Great River passing brown, treeless lands. While sitting lost in thought, Sam sees Boromir staring at Frodo with a strange expression. He also what he thinks is a log with eyes. He later tells Frodo about the log and learns that he also saw it. They believe it to be Gollum. Aragorn notes that this is so and he has been following them for days. They travel at a swifter pace, but see dark shapes on their way. They paddle away from the east bank where Orcs have begun to shoot arrows at them and somehow make it safely to the west bank. As soon as they arrive, a dark shape with wings comes down toward them. All of a sudden, the bow given by Galadriel sings, making the dark shape swerve...

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