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The Lord of the Rings
Transcript of The Lord of the Rings
"It all began with the forging of the great rings. 3 were given to the elf lords, 7 to the dwarf lords in their halls of stone, and nine rings to the race of men who where doomed to die. But all of them were deceived. In the back land of mordor in fires of mount doom the dark lord Souron forged in secret a master ring one ring to roll them all. But their were some who restied a last alliance of men and elfs climbed up the slopes of mount doom they fout for the freedom of middle earth."
Frodo Baggins, nephew of Bilbo Baggins
Legolas, son of the elf king
Gimli, son of Gloin, who was one of the dwarfs who recovered the golden horde protected by Smaug.
Aragorn, the true king of Gondor.
Gandolf, a wizard, and a very good one.
The setting is in Middle Earth, a continent bigger than Asia, that is home to many creatures including Elfs, dwarfs, hobbits, wizards, dragons, orcs, and goblins.
The ring that Soron made has the power to control all of middle earth. After the son of the king killed Soron he went to mount doom where the ring made him refuse not to destroy it for ever. The ring has a will of its own. It betrayed Isedor to death. The ring was lost for 12 hundred years until Golem found it. For 500 hundred years it poisoned his mind then the ring had no more interest in him. It abandoned Golom and came to the hobbit Bilbo Baggins. And now he passed it on to Frodo who new the truth he wanted to destroy it forever but the trip to mount doom is long and dangerous.
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was born on 3 January 1892 in Bloemfontein in the Orange Free State.
About the author
To Arthur Reuel Tolkien (1857–1896), an English bank manager, and his wife Mabel, née Suffield (1870–1904). The couple had left England when Arthur was promoted to head the Bloemfontein office of the British bank for which he worked. Tolkien had one sibling, his younger brother, Hilary Arthur Reuel, who was born on 17 February 1894.
Examples of Figurative Language
"The sound of here footsteps was like a stream falling gently away."
"I'm more afraid of the old forest than of anything I :the stories about it are like a nightmare."
"Fowls chattering in a yard.
"Many of his gust, where insulted, felling sure they had only been asked to fill out the required numbered like goods in a package.
"All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost."