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The Lord of the Rings - Study Guide Book 2, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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The next day, they ask Frodo what he wants to do. However, Frodo cannot decide, so he walks off into the woods to think about it. However, as Frodo is out walking, Boromir finds him and tries to convince Frodo to either come to Minas Tirith or give him the Ring.

Boromir speaks about everything he could do with the Ring, which frightens Frodo. The desire for the Ring is corrupting Boromir and Frodo refuses to go with him or give him the Ring. In fact, Boromir is enraged with desire for the Ring and he tries to take it from Frodo by force. However, Frodo escapes by putting on the Ring and running away. Frodo runs up to Amon Hen, the Hill of Sight. There, he looks out and sees the world stretching out around him until, finally, he feels the Eye of Sauron...

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