Frodo's Journey

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'I cannot read the fiery letters,' said Frodo in a quavering voice.
'Go not to the Elves for counsel, for they will say both no and yes'
'You do not understand!' said Pippin. 'You must go - and therefore we must, too.'
'And the trees do not like strangers. They watch you.'
'Take off your golden ring! Your hand's more fair without it.'
'Cast off these cold rags! Run naked on the grass, while Tom goes a-hunting!'
'Why did you do that? Worse than anything your friends could have said! You have put your foot in it! Or should I say your finger?'
'What do they live on when they can't get hobbit?' asked Sam, scratching his neck.
'Your Frodo is made of sterner stuff than I had guessed, though Gandalf hinted that it might prove so.'
'In any case you might have noticed that one of them has an old bird's nest behind his ear.'
'By Elbereth and Lúthien the Fair,' said Frodo with a last effort, lifting up his sword, 'you shall have neither the Ring nor me!'
'I will take the Ring,' he said, 'though I do not know the way.'
'If Elves could fly over mountains, they might fetch the Sun to save us,' answered Gandalf.
'It is as I feared,' said Gandalf. 'These were no ordinary wolves hunting for food in the wilderness.'
'Fool of a Took!' he growled. 'This is a serious journey, not a hobbit walking-party.'
'But come, you shall look and see what you may. Do not touch the water!'
'Since we took to boats, he has been lying on a log and paddling with hands and feet.'
'Sméagol will swear on the Precious.'
'The tricksy lights. Candles of corpses, yes, yes. Don't you heed them!'
'Yes, yes, to help the master: the master of the Precious. But if we was master, then we could help ourselfs, yes, and still keep promises.'
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'I suppose it's no good asking 'what way do we go now?' We can't go no further - unless we want to ask the Orcs for a lift.'
'So there are Oliphaunts, and I have seen one. What a life!'
'Come, Sméagol!' said Frodo. 'We are in danger. Men will kill you, if they find you here.'
'This great array of spears and swords is going to Osgiliath. Will Faramir get across in time?'
'The Lady's gift! The star-glass! A light to you in dark places...'
'Tell Captain Shagrat that the great Elf-warrior has called, with his elf-sword too!'
'Deserting, eh?' he snarled. 'Or thinking of it?'
'I have come,' he said 'But I do not choose now to do what I came to do. I will not do this deed. The Ring is mine!'
'Do you think they'll say: Now comes the story of Nine-fingered Frodo and the Ring of Doom?'
'...I would have the Ring-bearer bring the crown to me, and let Mithrandir set it upon my head'
'But Merry stood at the foot of the green mound, and he wept...'
'Then Legolas repaid his promise to Gimli and went with him to the Glittering Caves'
'A snake without fangs may crawl where he will'
Sam turned away and sighed: 'I wish I was going back to Lórien!'
'What a pity!' said Bilbo. 'I should have liked to see it again.'
'Nob, you slowcoach!'
'...and Pippin broke Rule 4 by putting most of next day's allowance of wood on the fire.'
'He was great once, of a noble kind that we should not dare to raise our hands against.'
'Do not be too sad, Sam. You cannot be always torn in two.'
'...and he beheld white shores and beyond them a far green country under a swift sunrise.'

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