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

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Merry and Pippin are with the Orcs — they had run into the woods to look for Frodo and crashed into a group of them. Boromir fought the Orcs, but there were too many. Pippin’s last memory of Boromir is of him leaning against a tree pulling out an arrow. Pippin remembers nothing else till he wakes up with his wrists, legs, and ankles tied with cords. He wonders why they are not dead. The Orcs discuss why they do not kill the hobbits. They have orders to keep them alive. It is said that they have something that is wanted for the war. The group is made up mostly of the Uruk-hai, the servants of Saruman. They are taking the hobbits to Saruman. They kill the Northern Orcs for talking against Saruman and wanting to take the hobbits to Sauron. The hobbits are whipped...

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