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The Lord of the Rings - Book 6, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6, Chapter 7 Summary

The hobbits and Gandalf travel peacefully toward The Shire but on the anniversary of the attack on Weathertop, Frodo's wound from the Morgul knife hurts him terribly. However, he is fine the next day. They arrive in Bree to see that it is a very changed place. The town is very wary and worried and the men all seem to carry clubs. As well, the Prancing Pony is almost empty and there is no pipeweed.

The companions sit down with Butterbur to find out what is going on and he tells them that things have been bad in Bree. Many rough folks have passed through and there were even people killed in Bree, of all places. However, when Gandalf reports that the King has returned, Butterbur is elated. However, he is very surprised to hear that Strider of all people is the King in Gondor...

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