Autor: Džon Ronald Rejel Tolkin Format: 21 cm Povez: tvrd Pismo: latinica Izdavač: Narodna knjiga, Podgorica – Gospodar prstenova – Družina prstena. Directed by Peter Jackson. With Elijah Wood, Viggo Mortensen, Ian McKellen, Orlando Bloom. Gandalf and Aragorn lead the World of Men against Sauron&. Gospodar prstenova, Volume 2. Front Cover. John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. Algoritam, – Serbo-Croatian language materials – pages.
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This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [I still don’t know why Frodo had to leave Sam, Merry and Pippin the ending?! Dear Linh, I have a possible answer. Namely, in heroic literature, such as the Lord of the Rings, and in classic literature in general, authors always …more Dear Linh, I have a possible answer.
Namely, in heroic literature, such as the Lord of the Rings, and in classic literature in general, authors always strive towards some kind of moral symmetry. Sins must be atoned for, and the proper form of atonement for the gravest sins is a hero’s death. Boromir had to die for his sins, and if you’ve read the Hobbit so did Thorin Oakenshield.
Frodo committed serious sins by the end gospodaari the story, as the ring overpowered him and he coveted it for himself and himself alone. However, it seems that Tolkien could gpspodari simply kill him off.
Not because he is the main protagonist, but because he is such an unlikely protagonist – a hobbit willing to go into gospodaari very mouths of hell to save his friends – and if in this he was overpowered – so what! So, we cannot just kill him off. However, the “Undying Lands”, while not death in fact, the opposite do represent a departure from this world.
So, for Frodo the atonement is not merely complete, it is actually transformed in to a reward. He sinned, but the burden was not meant for him, and in taking it on voluntarily and playing a large part in quite literally saving the world he went farther than anyone could have expected.
The departure must take place, that is the way of things, and the scales of justice must find balance in all things, but for Frodo, punishment is turned into reward – and this reward must be accepted, or the scales will not find their balance.
Please tell me what you think of this interpretation! Is it necessary to read the appendices at the end? Ethan It is not necessary to read them but it provides much backstory and also what happens after the books.
I would suggest that you do read them. See all 9 questions about Povratak kralja…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
The last stand for the control prsteova Middle-Earth! I thought that it was appropiate to begin my review about the third part and final of Lord of the Rings. All that fuzz about a ring that can turn you invisible? You may think, but that was prstenovq least of its properties.
Its major use was being able to control of the rest of ring-bearers with it, and if you The last stand for the control of Middle-Earth! Its major use was being able to control of the rest of ring-bearers with it, and if you think about that many of the most powerful beings in the Middle-Earth possessed a ring, well, it seems logical why all that fuzz.
I commented in my review goxpodari the first part, The Fellowship of the Ringabout my theory of the plans of The One Ring. But the One Ring. It was obsessed about the Hobbits, since they were the last bastion of pure goodness in the whole Middle-Earth. A small noble deed that would define the fate of the whole Middle-Earth.
That makes you think about it. Each action has a consequence. Their paths are separate, they are different kind of female characters, but definitely, they proved their own importance and vital roles in this story plenty of male characters.
Not matter if you like Lord of the Rings or not, you have to thank anyway, since the imagination and creativity in the minds of artists in the whole world, in all kind of art fields, were never the same after the publication of this work.
View all 30 comments. The Return of the King takes about a hundred pages to sink one’s teeth into, but persevering is worth it for the glint of sunrise on a victorious maiden’s hair, for the show of willpower against all odds in the eleventh hour, and for the golden bloom of a happy ending.
View all 9 comments. After reading the first two books in this series, how can you not finish it with this one? I knocked them back between 9th and 10th grades, loving every minute of the imagination and struggle between good and evil.
When I got this this final one, I already knew I’d be sad to say goodbye to all the characters I’d fallen hardcore for over the pages betw Book Review 4 of 5 stars to The Return of the Kingthe third book in the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, written inby J.
When I got this this final one, I already knew I’d be sad to say goodbye to all the characters I’d fallen hardcore for over the pages between the volumes. But when the movies came out, I had a chance to re-live the intensity of this drama Watching them in film form tho lived up to many expectations.
Of course, I loved the books more, but I still enjoyed the films and will watch them if I am skimming the channels and find one in play The flaws in each of the characters, as well as their journey, are immense but real. When you find out some of the changes in this book no spoilers! And seeing the evil forces fight the good forces All over a ring that provides power.
But power is at the center of it all.
And it’s one of the few books where I found myself happy with the ending. I could talk about these forever, but I won’t bore you.
I am not a big fan of fantasy, and have only read a handful of books and authors in this genre. These are a favorite across all genres for me, and it’s because of the creativity in Tolkien’s mind that I consider reading more in this genre.
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Before Harry Potter, we had a family of hobbits Ones I still think of today whenever I need to weight the options before me. Please give them a chance! But start with About Me For those new to me or my reviews I read A LOT. I write A LOT.
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I will keep you posted Following today’s proceedings, Mr. Van Winkle responded by saying, “Yo, Yo The lawsuit referenced above is itself a parody. The full review is actually pending View all 16 comments. Es buena, pero se hace eterna.
A veces pasa que un libro, o una historia en general, es muy bueno, pero el final es malo. Esta obra es sencillamente genial. Absolutamente, pero es necesario leer La comunidad del anillo y Las dos torres primero. View all 3 comments. Jan 09, R. So I loved this book but it really just dragged on. I mean of the Lord of the Rings series, this was probably my least favorite.
The climax felt incredibly short, as did the battle and the ring was destroyed less than three-quarters of the way through. There was an incredibly gospodadi journey after the destruction of prsgenova ring following the hobbits’ recoveries and their return home.
I mean was it just to show that Saruman was in fact dangerous and should’ve never been allowed to walk free? It was such a short exchange full of death threats, then out of nowhere he gets killed by his abused servant.