The Two Towers Themes

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Friendship

Friendship is a theme in the novel. Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli travel many days without rest to track Merry and Pippin. They are worried about their friends and wish them to be safe. The three also form friendships with Eomer and the Riders of Rohan. Their camaraderie is proven in battle as they forge their friendship by standing with the men against the army of Saruman. Merry and Pippin befriend the Ents and help them with their war against Saruman. Frodo and Sam befriend Faramir and the Men of Gondor. Faramir proves his friendship by allowing Frodo and Sam to continue their journey and by not harming Gollum.

Loyalty

Loyalty is a theme in the novel. The Fellowship is loyal to one another. Boromir loses his life trying to save Merry and Pippin from the Orcs. Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli show their loyalty to Boromir by making sure...

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