A Book Report On How Frodo Shows Courage From The Fellowship Of The Ring

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The Fellowship of the Ring by: J.R.R. TolkienPreface:Written by: Bilbo BgginsThe main essence of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings is how good triumphs over evil. That all happens with the help of a little hobbit named Frodo. It takes immense potency for a diminutive individual to obtain the task of trouncing malevolence, and in The Fellowship of the RingsFrodo's gallantry directed him in the right direction. Throughout the book, my nephew's courage is conspicuous from beginning to end as he formulates decisions and acts upon them sequentially to eradicate iniquity. Te following is a few examples of how my nephew demonstrates his courage. (I could not resist. I am suc ...view middle of the document...

Here is a minute, modest, and feeble creature that has finished the task appointed to him, and is now out of grave danger, and yet he chose to go on with the journey, not putting anyone else in the danger that he didn't even cause. When everyone else was pondering about whom was to take the ring he got up and said, "I will take the ring, though I do not know why." To him it just came out of instinct to put himself before others on this journey. Shortly, in the afternoon, wile chatting amongst his acquaintances he says "... I cannot imagine a more severe punishment: condemned to go on this hopeless journal. ... Yesterday I dreamed my task was done." This just proves that he did not volunteer out of mere pleasure; rather out of courage to do what he felt was right.In amidst their journey while in the evil town of Hhzad-Dum while the Orcs, evil worriers came to attack the Company. With them came this wicked creature that was never seen before. After a man was unsuccessful in overpowering this creature Frodo, a small hobbit acted extremely courageously in defeating the creature. "Suddenly, and to his own surprise, Frodo felt a hot wrath blaze up in his heart. '...

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