The Two Towers - Book 4, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Sam awakens to find Frodo being questioned by Faramir. Faramir is not happy with the story that Frodo is telling about why he is in this land and with only Sam as a companion. He also wants to know why Boromir did not lead the group after the fall of Gandalf. Frodo tells him Aragorn is a direct descendant from Isildur and bears the sword of Elendil. The men are happy that the sword of Elendil is coming to Minas Tirith. Faramir informs Frodo that Boromir is dead. This makes Frodo believe that the rest of his companions are also dead. Faramir had hoped Frodo could tell him how Boromir died, since he only knows that he watched a boat bearing his brother’s body sail down the river Anduin. Frodo tells him that Boromir was alive when he left the Company. Faramir takes Sam...

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