Music of The Lord of the Rings film series - Wikipedia

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The Lord of the Rings - THEMES/THEME ANALYSIS

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SparkNotes: The Lord of the Rings

5. Additionally, the epic hero: learns humility, suffers alone, (splendid isolation), and brings the story back to beginning. At the beginning of the quest, Frodo feels that he wants to save the Shire, but feels very small and uprooted. Upon the return, he of course cannot stay in the Shire--his wound has to a degree faded him,

The Lord of the Rings (film series) - Wikipedia

However, he then secretly forged a Great Ring of his own, the , by which he planned to enslave the wearers of the other Rings of Power. This plan failed when the Elves became aware of him and took off their Rings. Sauron then launched a war during which he captured sixteen and distributed them to lords and kings of Dwarves and Men; these Rings were known as the and the respectively. The Dwarf-lords proved too tough to enslave although their natural desire for wealth, especially gold, increased; this brought more conflict between them and other races. The Men who possessed the Nine were slowly corrupted over time and eventually became the or Ringwraiths, Sauron's most feared servants. The Sauron failed to capture, and remained in the possession of the Elves (who forged these independently). The war ended as the Men of the island-nation of , a great nation, helped the besieged Elves, and Sauron's forces retreated from the coasts of Eriador. At this time he still held most of Middle-earth, excluding Imladris () and the .

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Environmental Implications Nature through Tolkien's eyes

Tolkien created a way for nature to speak for itself - ENTS
Elves vs Ents
Nature as a powerful entity
"The Ents are represented as thinking much as one would imagine trees would think-slowly and methodically and unhurriedly-and they act essentially as anthropomorphized trees."
-Andrew Light Environmental Themes in The Lord of the Rings

Jestina Casas
Irene Ma
Dylan McGee
Kayla Strom Races represent parts of nature:
Elves & the forest
Dwarves & the mountains
Hobbits & the countryside

Humans live in all environments but hold no intimate connections with any Nature Fights Back Green Time If Trees could talk,
what would they have to say?

Why is nature important to us?
What have human's contributed to
our environment.

Lord Of The Rings - Hobbit Theme (GFM Trap Remix Feat

As depicted in Jackson’s , Galadriel offers little, alas, in the way of Marian resonance — though her depiction in the extended edition is certainly a marked improvement over the theatrical release. Strangely aloof and even ominous in her main scene in the original version of the film, the Lady of Lothlórien is much warmer and gentler in the newly added gift-giving sequence in which the Fellowship resumes their journey. Also, Gimli’s devotion to the Lady, only amusingly foreshadowed in the theatrical release, is finally touched upon in the extended edition, though the subsequent two films unfortunately neglect it entirely.

Lord Of The Rings - Windows 7 Themes

Three film adaptations have been made. The first was (1978), by animator , the first part of what was originally intended to be a two-part adaptation of the story (hence its original title, ). It covers and part of . The second, (1980), was an animated television special by , who had produced a similar version of (1977). The third was director 's live action , produced by and released in three installments as (2001), (2002), and (2003). The live-action film trilogy has done much in particular to bring the book into the public consciousness.