The Two Towers - Book 3: Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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The group gets ready to ride to Edoras. Merry rides with Gandalf and Pippin rides with Aragorn. Merry tries to get information from Gandalf, but he has too many things to think about. Pippin cannot sleep because he keeps thinking about the globe. He finds Gandalf asleep with the globe under his arm. Pippin takes it and places a rock by Gandalf’s arm. He then takes the globe to a nearby hill, stares into it and screams. Gandalf and the others find him lying on the hill. He awakens and tells Gandalf what he saw. A voice asked Pippin who he was and he tried to fight it, but could not. He answered that he was a hobbit. The voice laughed and told him to tell Saruman that this dainty was not for him — that he will send for it at once. Gandalf tells...

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