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

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Summary

Sam, Frodo, and Gollum make it to the Gates of Mordor. The gates are heavily guarded and more men are arriving to fortify Sauron’s army. Frodo knows of no other entrance so is determined to enter. Gollum tells him that he cannot do this for it is like handing the Ring to Sauron. He tells Frodo that there are other ways to get in. Frodo takes time to decide which way to take. He decides to go south to Cirith Ungol and try to enter the mountain that way.

Analysis

Frodo was hoping that his quest would soon be over once they made it to the Gates of Mordor. He is crestfallen when he discovers how heavily fortified the gate is. Frodo must decide if he will take his chances trying to make it through the gate or trust Gollum to find another way...

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