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Throughout Tolkiens works it is evident that his works are relevant to the motifs of Mythology and legend He mainly draws information form Norse and Christian mythology but there are links to Greek traditional mythology We see connections in the heroes and villains the supernatural The journey the trial the struggle the transformation and the homecoming In traditional stories it is always the hero is good and the Villain is evil This story is no exception the fellowship is good and Sauron and Saruman are evil The proof for Sauron is that it states that he poured all his evil and malice into the one ring and the one ring is the most evil object Saruman is like the puppet of Sauron and only is evil because of his greed and lust for power The heroes are pure and good overall and fight for justice and what they believe in They push forward to destroy the one ring so that Saurons reign of terror and his attack will end In this book the main Heroes are Gandalf Aragorn Legolas Gimli Th and Haldir The push forward only to protect the innocent from the army of Saruman The main villain in this book is not Sauron but Saruman he has amassed a large army bent upon killing all men There are many forces and power on the good side there is providence in that Gandalf only just gets there in time like in the Ragnarok when the other races only just in time came to help defeat the giants Gandalfs supernatural return s liked to Christian mythology as Christ rose more glorious in appearance as well There are not many sacred and enchanted objects but Aragorns sword Narsil that although is not magic is it similar to king Arthurs first sword and just like king Arthur Aragorn fought many The Palantir is a sacred object allowing the beholder to see anyone else looking into one and
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