“He was desperate. He must get away, out of this horrible darkness, while he had any strength left. He must fight. He must stab the foul thing, put its eyes out, kill it…”
“Across the Sea, Elanor, Frodo-lad and the other Gamgee children smiled. They raised their mugs of nog to their parents and their Uncle Frodo and wished them a Happy Yule.”
Frodo and Sam spend a day together in the Shire after the wars, where the enjoy the simple joys of roses and wind chimes.
Anne Marie Gazzolo explores the nature of Tolkien’s Valar, who serve as unseen “guardian angels” of Frodo and Sam’s Quest.
“An idea formed in her mind, and she rushed to her room to prepare. It would be risky, but it would be worth it even if it was just to get to see Frodo…” (Rated: G)
Read this analysis by Stephen C. Winter of how Frodo’s salvation came through a chain reaction of mercy being shown through the history of Middle Earth.
“Joy bubbled up in Frodo as he traveled on. This was just like home! It was that real, even though many of the faces were different. The love he saw in those eyes and those smiles was the same.” (Rated: G)
“A hobbit might be happy here; t’would suit him to a tittle!”