The Two Towers - Book 3: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Merry and Pippin make their way through Fangorn Forest to a stream and get some water to drink and wash their tired feet. The two then come upon an Ent. The Ent, Treebeard, looks like a tree with arms, feet, and a face. The Ent has never heard of hobbits and decides to take them to the other Ents to see what is to be done with them. Merry and Pippin tell Treebeard about their adventures and the loss of Gandalf. Treebeard knows Gandalf and says he is the only wizard who truly cares about trees. There are few Ents left, for they have lost their Entwives and cannot find them. Treebeard takes care of the hobbits and feeds them. The Ents are slow to involve themselves in the world outside Fangorn forest. Treebeard is upset because Orcs have been coming from Isengard and cutting...

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