The Two Towers - Book 4: Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Faramir awakens Frodo during the night and asks him to come with him. Sam follows to keep an eye on his master. Faramir takes him to look over a small pool near their hideout. Gollum is fishing in the pool. This is an act that is punishable by death. Frodo asks Faramir to spare Gollum, because he is their guide into Mordor. Faramir allows Frodo to go to Gollum and help his men capture him. Faramir questions Gollum about the route he plans to take to Mordor. He does not like the creature nor the path he plans for the hobbits, because the Nine Riders reside in the place where Gollum is taking them. Faramir advises Frodo not to follow the path to Cirith Ungol, but Frodo knows no other way and must make it to the mountain to destroy the Ring.

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Faramir tries...

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