The Two Towers - Book 3: Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Aragorn finds evidence that the hobbits have gone into Fangorn Forest, and Gimli is not happy about going there. The group follows the two-day-old trail.. Aragorn sees the marks of the hobbits on the hill where they met Treebeard, but does not know the strange marks that join the hobbits. An old man comes up to the three as they stand contemplating what to do. Gimli believes it to be Saruman. Legolas takes out his bow, but will not shoot an old man unchallenged. The man tells them that he wishes to speak to them. The man knows that they are looking for two hobbits. He tells them that the hobbits climbed the hill yesterday and met someone they did not expect, and then reveals himself to be Gandalf. The three are happy to see him. The eagle told Gandalf about the captivity of Merry...

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