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How Is Fodo Baggins Selfish

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Frodo Baggins was just another ordinary Hobbit living in the Shire, but he matured into an unexpected hero who was renowned for destroying the one Ring to rule them all. Frodo Baggins is the son of Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck. He was a Hobbit of the Shire during the Third Age. When Frodo was young, he spent the majority of the time at the Brandy Hall in Buckland. When he was a child, Frodo was known to be a rascal. He became friends with Meriadoc Brandybuck and Peregrin Took causing trouble everywhere they went to. Hobbits love mushrooms, so Frodo, Merry, and Pippin would often steal mushrooms from Farmer Maggot’s farm in the Marish region of the East Farthing of the Shire. When Frodo was twelve years old, his parents died due to a boating accident on the Brandywine river. Bilbo adopted Frodo and invited Frodo to live with him in Bag End and declared that Frodo be his heir. Both Frodo and Bilbo grew very fond…show more content…
Frodo had never encountered such a big threat before and it really portrays how his courage has grown throughout his perilous journey. Frodo helped to defeat the troll before he was stabbed in his chest. They left the chamber, running for the Bridge of Khazad-dum because the Balrog was on their tracks. This was one of Frodo’s major grievances because Gandalf fell while confronting Durin’s Bane to save Frodo and the Ring. Frodo grieved from his loss of Gandalf journeyed further to the kingdom of Lothlorien. Frodo offered Lady Galadriel the One Ring because he no longer wants to carry the burden of such an evil. It relates to how Frodo was before when Gandalf explained to Frodo what the Ring was. Frodo wanted nothing to do with it, so he offered it to Gandalf, but he denied it. Much like Gandalf, Lady Galadriel also resisted the urge to take the One Ring. In the end, it comes down to how much courage a Hobbit can
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