The Fellowship of the Ring by: J.R.R. Tolkien
Written by: Bilbo Bggins
The main essence of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings is how good triumphs over evil. That all happens with the help of a little hobbit named Frodo. It takes immense potency for a diminutive individual to obtain the task of trouncing malevolence, and in The Fellowship of the RingsFrodo's gallantry directed him in the right direction. Throughout the book, my nephew's courage is conspicuous from beginning to end as he formulates decisions and acts upon them sequentially to eradicate iniquity. Te following is a few examples of how my nephew demonstrates his courage. (I could not resist. I am such a proud uncle.)
When I left the ring to Frodo, I didn't recognize what great peril I was presenting to him. He took upon himself the task of leaving the security of the Shire and going into the wild not knowing whether he will survive .He
did it in order to ensure safety to what he cares about and not present the innocent with danger. Frodo himself makes his opinions clear as he states, "...But in the mean while it seems that I am a danger, a danger to all that live near me .I cannot keep the Ring and stay here. I ought to leave the Shire, leave everything and go away... I feel that as along as the Shire lies behind, safe and comfortable, I shall find wandering more bearable. ...But this would mean exile, a flight from danger into danger, drawing it after me. And I suppose I must go alone, if I am to do that and save the Shire. But I fell very small and very uprooted, and well - desperate. The Enemy...