The Fellowship of the Ring Characters

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Frodo Baggins

Frodo Baggins is the ring bearer and primary protagonist in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. His parents die when he is young.He is adopted by Bilbo Baggins and brought to the Shire. He is good-natured and has a strong will. He is also curious about the world around him. He is full of good, but he also has doubt and is not immune to the evil influences of the ring. Initially, he is weak and terribly afraid of any danger; but as the novel progresses, he gains more inner strength until he is able to face his biggest fear of traveling to Mordor alone. He always has a sense of sadness surrounding him and does not see anything great about his quest. He is following his path to destroy the ring solely because he was chosen and does not look for glory.

Bilbo Baggins

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