Bokrecension: The Lord Of The Rings; Fellowship Of The Ring av Tolkien

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Gandalf the Grey discovered that his friend, a hobbit called Frodo Baggins, owned the One Ring. The One, ruler of all the Rings of Power. Frodo and his companions Sam, Merry and Pippin flied from their homes in the quiet Shire, pursued by the terrible Black Riders (the Nazgûls) of Mordor. Mordor is the land of evil where Sauron (the dark and evil wizard) rules. For a long time ago, Sauron lost his precious ring in the battle for middle earth, and now he''''s returned and now he wants the Ring back by all means necessary. The four hobbits get help from Aragorn, a ranger from the North. With some help from Aragorn and the elf Glorfindel they came through desperate perils before they finally reached the House of Elrond in Rivendell.. There was held the great Council of Elrond, at which it was decided, after many and hard discussions, that Frodo should be the Ringbearer. He and his fellowships (the Fellowship of the Ring) were given the mission to destroy the Ring of Power by taking it deep into Mordor and throw it back into the fires of Mount-Doom (were it once where made by the dark lord Sauron). The members of the Fellowship of the Ring were:
Aragorn (heir to the throne of Gondor) and Boromir (Captain of Gondor), representing men.
Legolas (son to the elven king Thranduil of Mirkwood), representing the elves.
Gimli (son of Gloin of the Lonely Mountain), representing the dwarfs.
Gandalf the Grey, the leader of the Fellowship.
Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippin, representing the hobbits. Totally 9 companions, same number as the Nagûls from Mordor. The Fellowship left Rivendell in secret. Gandalf tried to lead them over the mountain pass of Caradras but Saruman the White (traitor and serving Sauron) destroyed their path so the Fellowship chosed to go through the Mines of Moria. They hoped that Gimlis cousin Balin should help them out, but when they entered the mines, they found Balin and all other dwarfs dead, killed by goblins and orcs. After a while, the goblins find the Fellowship but after a short fight the Balrog (an evil demon) arrived. The goblins ran away and the Fellowship tried to flee but when they’ve reached the outway, the Balrog was to close so that Gandalf had to turn back and destroy the bridge (which the Balrog and Gandalf stood on). Gandalf and the Balrog falls, deep into the dark. Aragorn takes over the leadership and he decides that they shall hurry across the elven country Lothlorien, because at nightfall it would be hundreds of orcs at the outway. In Lorien the Fellowship get some elvish gifts by Lady Galadriel (the Queen of Lorien). The Fellowship sails down the great River Anduin, until they reaches the Falls of Rauros. When Boromir realize that the Fellowship will go to Mordor and not to Gondor and protect his city with the power of the Ring, he tries to take the Ring from Frodo by force. Saruman told his army to catch the hobbits (he wanted the Ring) and the uruk-hais of Isengard (Sarumans army and castle) to attack the Fellowship at the top of Amon Hen. Boromir dies trying to protect Merry and Pippin from the uruks. The uruk-hai leader Lurtz kills Boromir and two other uruks picks up Merry and Pippin and starts running back towards Isengard. Aragorn tries to reach Boromir in time but the uruk-hais are to many, he eventually kills Lurtz but when he arrives Boromir is already dead. Gimli and Legolas fights for their lives. Frodo and Sam flies back to the boats, alone the’re heading ...

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