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The Lord of the Rings - Book 2, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 6 Summary

With Gandalf gone, Aragorn takes over the leadership of the company. They leave the gates of Moria behind as quickly as possible because the orcs might come after them at night. However, as they enter the valley, Gimli takes Frodo to the Kheled-zâram, a large pool of water that mirrors the mountains and the stars, even when the sun is shining.

The Fellowship travels on, but Frodo and Sam fall behind. Remembering that they were injured in the fight, Aragorn makes everyone sit down and rest. However, as they recall the fight, everyone wonders how Frodo survived being hit squarely with a spear. Their questions are answered when, in order to check for wounds, Aragorn removes Frodo's shirt and sees the mithril corselet underneath. Stunned at the sight of the brilliant workmanship, Gimli says that it is worth more than all the land in...

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