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Much that once was is lost, for none now live who remember it. It began with the forging of the Great Rings. Three were given to the Elves, immortal, wisest and fairest of all beings.
Seven to the Dwarf lords, great miners and craftsmen of the mountain halls. And nine, nine rings were gifted to the race of Men, who, above all else, desire power.
But they were, all of them, deceived, for Crazy Credits There are no opening credits after the title has been shown. Alternate Versions The Extended Edition DVD includes the following changes to the film.
During the prologue, more is shown of the ambush and death of Isildur, emphasizing his betrayal by the Ring. After the prologue, we open with a close-up of the Middle Earth map and pan to hear Bilbo writing his book, starting with a description of hobbits.
Much of the Gandalf-Frodo dialog in their first scene together is removed, including the subtitle "60 Years Later". When Gandalf and Bilbo are in Bag End, Bilbo notes that the people knocking on his door are the Sackville-Bagginses.
During the party, Bilbo greets a guest, then hides from the S. B's with Frodo. He tells Frodo how much the latter means to him.
After the Ringwraiths set out, the Hobbits prominently Merry and Pippin are shown dancing and singing in the Green Dragon Inn.
References are made to troubles in the outside world and Frodo encourages Sam to pursue a relationship with Rosie Cotton.
After Frodo and Sam set out, they hear singing and find the woodelves leaving for the Gray Havens. After the company leaves Bree, they pass through the Midgewater Marshes.
Later, Aragorn brings a killed deer to the hobbits. Frodo wakes up late at night to hear Aragorn singing about Beren and Luthien. The stone trolls from "The Hobbit" are shown.
Additional dialog between Aragon and Boromir during the "still sharp" scene with Narsil. In the Council of Elrond, Boromir mentions his dream and reaches for the Ring.
Frodo makes Gollum swear to serve him, as Ringbearer, and asks him to guide them to Mordor. Gollum leads them across the Dead Marshes.
They find that the Black Gate of Mordor is too well guarded, so instead they travel south through the land of Ithilien to a secret pass that Gollum knows.
On the way, they are captured by Faramir , brother of Boromir, and his rangers. He resists the temptation to seize the Ring.
Gollum—who is torn between his loyalty to Frodo and his desire for the Ring—leads the hobbits to the pass, but betrays Frodo to the great spider Shelob in the tunnels of Cirith Ungol.
Gollum leads them into Shelob's lair. Frodo holds up the Phial of the light of Elbereth 's star given to him by Galadriel. The light blinds Shelob, and she backs down.
Frodo manages to cut through a giant web using Sting , and they advance. Shelob attacks from another tunnel, and Frodo falls to her sting.
With the help of the Phial of Galadriel and the sword Sting, Sam fights off and seriously wounds the monster. Believing Frodo to be dead, Sam takes the Ring to continue the quest alone.
Orcs find Frodo; Sam overhears them and learns that Frodo is still alive. Sauron sends a great army against Gondor.
Denethor, deceived by Sauron, falls into despair. He burns himself alive on a pyre, nearly taking his son Faramir with him.
Aragorn, accompanied by Legolas, Gimli, and the Rangers of the North, takes the Paths of the Dead to recruit the Dead Men of Dunharrow, who are bound by an ancient curse which denies them rest until they fulfil their oath to fight for the King of Gondor.
Following Aragorn, the Army of the Dead strikes terror into the Corsairs of Umbar invading southern Gondor. Aragorn defeats the Corsairs and uses their ships to transport the men of southern Gondor up the Anduin , reaching Minas Tirith just in time to turn the tide of battle.
Aragorn enters Minas Tirith and heals Faramir, Eowyn, and Merry. He leads an army of men from Gondor and Rohan, marching through Ithilien to the Black Gate to distract Sauron from his true danger.
At the Battle of the Morannon , his army is vastly outnumbered. Meanwhile, Sam rescues Frodo from the tower of Cirith Ungol.
They set out across Mordor. When they reach the edge of the Cracks of Doom , Frodo cannot resist the Ring any longer. He claims it for himself and puts it on.
Gollum suddenly reappears. He struggles with Frodo and bites off Frodo's finger with the Ring still on it. Celebrating wildly, Gollum loses his footing and falls into the Fire, taking the Ring with him.
When the Ring is destroyed, Sauron loses his power forever. Aragorn is crowned King of Arnor and Gondor, and weds Arwen , daughter of Elrond.
Galadriel, Celeborn, and Gandalf meet and say farewell to Treebeard, and to Aragorn. The four hobbits make their way back to the Shire, only to find that it has been taken over by men directed by "Sharkey" whom they later discover to be Saruman.
The hobbits, led by Merry, raise a rebellion and scour the Shire of Sharkey's evil. He is killed in turn by hobbit archers.
Merry and Pippin are celebrated as heroes. Sam marries Rosie Cotton and uses his gifts from Galadriel to help heal the Shire. But Frodo is still wounded in body and spirit, having borne the Ring for so long.
A few years later, in the company of Bilbo and Gandalf, Frodo sails from the Grey Havens west over the Sea to the Undying Lands to find peace. It is told, too, that Sam gives his daughter Elanor the Red Book of Westmarch , which contains the story of Bilbo's adventures and the War of the Ring as witnessed by the hobbits.
It is said there was a tradition that Sam crossed west over the Sea himself, the last of the Ring-bearers; and that some years later, after the deaths of Aragorn and Arwen, Legolas and Gimli too sailed "over Sea".
Tolkien presents The Lord of the Rings within a fictional frame story where he is not the original author, but merely the translator of part of an ancient document, the Red Book of Westmarch.
Various details of the frame story appear in the Prologue, its "Note on Shire Records", and in the Appendices, notably Appendix F. In this frame story, the Red Book is the purported source of Tolkien's other works relating to Middle-earth : The Hobbit , The Silmarillion , and The Adventures of Tom Bombadil.
Although a major work in itself, The Lord of the Rings was only the last movement of a much older set of narratives Tolkien had worked on since encompassing The Silmarillion ,  in a process he described as mythopoeia.
The Lord of the Rings started as a sequel to Tolkien's work The Hobbit , published in Tolkien warned them that he wrote quite slowly, and responded with several stories he had already developed.
Persuaded by his publishers, he started "a new Hobbit" in December The idea for the first chapter "A Long-Expected Party" arrived fully formed, although the reasons behind Bilbo's disappearance, the significance of the Ring, and the title The Lord of the Rings did not arrive until the spring of Writing was slow, because Tolkien had a full-time academic position, marked exams to bring in a little extra income, and wrote many drafts.
Tolkien made another major effort in , and showed the manuscript to his publishers in Tolkien Collection at Marquette University.
Unusually for 20th century novels, the prose narrative is supplemented throughout by over 60 pieces of poetry.
These include verse and songs of many genres: for wandering, marching to war , drinking , and having a bath; narrating ancient myths, riddles , prophecies , and magical incantations; and of praise and lament elegy.
Tolkien worked on the text using his maps of Middle-earth as a guide, to ensure the elements of the story fitted together in time and space. The hardback editions sometimes had cover illustrations by Tolkien, [e] sometimes by other artists.
In the rush to print, Remington had no time to read the book, and surprised Tolkien with details such as a tree with pumpkin-like fruits, and a lion, which was painted out for later editions.
Tolkien drew on a wide array of influences including language, [T 6] Christianity , [T 7] mythology including the Norse Völsunga saga ,  archaeology , especially at the Temple of Nodens ,  ancient and modern literature, and personal experience.
He was inspired primarily by his profession, philology ; [T 8] his work centred on the study of Old English literature, especially Beowulf , and he acknowledged its importance to his writings.
Scholars and critics have identified many themes in the book , including a reversed quest ,   the struggle of good and evil ,  death and immortality ,  fate and free will,  the addictive danger of power ,  and various aspects of Christianity such as the presence of three Christ figures, for prophet, priest, and king, as well as elements like hope and redemptive suffering.
Some commentators have accused the book of being a story about men for boys, with no significant women; or about a purely rural world with no bearing on modern life in cities; of containing no sign of religion; or of racism.
After Milton Waldman, his contact at Collins, expressed the belief that The Lord of the Rings itself "urgently wanted cutting", Tolkien eventually demanded that they publish the book in For publication, the work was divided into three volumes to minimize any potential financial loss due to the high cost of type-setting and modest anticipated sales: The Fellowship of the Ring Books I and II , The Two Towers Books III and IV , and The Return of the King Books V and VI plus six appendices.
The Return of the King was especially delayed as Tolkien revised the ending and prepared appendices some of which had to be left out because of space constraints.
Tolkien did not like the title The Return of the King , believing it gave away too much of the storyline, but deferred to his publisher's preference.
Tolkien was initially opposed to titles being given to each two-book volume, preferring instead the use of book titles: e. The Lord of the Rings : Vol.
However, these individual book titles were dropped, and after pressure from his publishers, Tolkien suggested the volume titles: Vol. Because the three-volume binding was so widely distributed, the work is often referred to as the Lord of the Rings " trilogy ".
In a letter to the poet W. Auden , who famously reviewed the final volume in ,  Tolkien himself made use of the term "trilogy" for the work [T 14] though he did at other times consider this incorrect, as it was written and conceived as a single book.
The books were published under a profit-sharing arrangement, whereby Tolkien would not receive an advance or royalties until the books had broken even, after which he would take a large share of the profits.
In the early s Donald A. Wollheim , science fiction editor of the paperback publisher Ace Books , claimed that The Lord of the Rings was not protected in the United States under American copyright law because Houghton Mifflin, the US hardcover publisher, had neglected to copyright the work in the United States.
Tolkien took issue with this and quickly notified his fans of this objection. Authorized editions followed from Ballantine Books and Houghton Mifflin to tremendous commercial success.
Tolkien undertook various textual revisions to produce a version of the book that would be published with his consent and establish an unquestioned US copyright.
This text became the Second Edition of The Lord of the Rings , published in On 4 September , the novel debuted on The New York Times ' s Paperback Bestsellers list as number three, and was number one by 4 December, a position it held for eight weeks.
In , for the 50th Anniversary Edition, Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull , under supervision from Christopher Tolkien, studied and revised the text to eliminate as many errors and inconsistencies as possible, some of which had been introduced by well-meaning compositors of the first printing in , and never been corrected.
Yet more corrections were made in the 60th Anniversary Edition in From to Christopher Tolkien published the surviving drafts of The Lord of The Rings , chronicling and illuminating with commentary the stages of the text's development, in volumes 6—9 of his History of Middle-earth series.
The four volumes carry the titles The Return of the Shadow , The Treason of Isengard , The War of the Ring , and Sauron Defeated.
The work has been translated, with varying degrees of success, into at least 38, [b] and reportedly at least 70, languages. Because The Lord of the Rings purports to be a translation of the fictitious Red Book of Westmarch , using the English language to represent the Westron of the "original", Tolkien suggested that translators attempt to capture the interplay between English and the invented nomenclature of the English work, and gave several examples along with general guidance.
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