The Two Towers - Book 3: Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Aragorn goes in search of Frodo, who has wandered away from the group. Boromir’s horn sounds. Knowing he is in trouble, Aragorn races to find him. He hears Orcs in the woods. Aragorn finds Boromir sitting by a great tree. He is pierced with many arrows, his sword still in his hand, but broken near the hilt. Boromir tells Aragon that he tried to take the Ring from Frodo. The Orcs have taken the hobbits. Aragorn asks if Frodo was taken, but Boromir has died. Legolas and Gimli come. They fought many Orcs in the woods. Gimli asks after the hobbits. Aragorn believes the Orcs took Merry and Pippin, but he is unsure if they got Sam and Frodo. Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli lay Boromir on a boat and send him down the river with the weapons of his enemy, for they do not...

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