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The Fellowship of the Ring an exciting and passionate novel written by JRR Tolkien captures the heroic conscience that lives within us all In this remarkable novel Tolkien displays how greed and envy have the power to destroy important promises made by partners but how friendship and courage can fight them This story displays a rare example of how one person can make a difference in the world As one once said The world cannot be changed by a single person however through the challenging series of adventures encountered by Frodo Baggins the main character in this story Tolkien convincingly contrasts this myth To explore the aspect of the power of a single individual Tolkien displays the brave soul a single individual can posses Frodo a young hobbit of exceptional character is the ring-bearer of the fellowship The ring Frodo carries belonged to the Lord of the Rings Sauron a dark lord who long ago lost the one ring that held much of his power a precious ring which has the power to enslave Middle Earth This ring possessed so much power that not a single soul wanted to take on the responsibility of destroying it Victimised by unmistakable evil and frightening dark forces the loving and heroic hobbit succeeds at overcoming such opposition The fear of being oppressed motivated this simple yet courageous hobbit to help regain safety in Middle Earth and he risked his life for others thus proclaiming him a hero I admired the way Tolkien displayed the main character as someone who had been doubted the entire time and in the end came out victorious In my point of view this displays a true hero defying all odds against them and in the end showing the true courage of a winner Frodo Baggins had been doubted all throughout the book He was critized about everything by his companions about not being a true leader and not possessing the true willpower as
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