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The Silmarillion Chapter Summary & Analysis - Of the Rings of Power and the Third Age Summary

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Of the Rings of Power and the Third Age Summary

Sauron repents of his evil deeds to Eonwe but is too proud to serve the Valar. He returns to Middle-earth and his evil ways. Middle-earth is destroyed and reformed during the Great Battle, and some of the Elves stay in Middle-earth and befriend the Dwarves. The Elves make many rings, and Sauron creates one ring to rule all of the others, giving it much of his strength and will. The Elves feel Sauron's control over them when he puts his ring on, so they take theirs off. He demands the rings, but the Elves manage to hide three of them, the ones which Sauron wants the most. There is constant war between the Elves and Sauron. Sauron gives nine rings to Men and seven to Dwarves, using the rings to control...

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