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The Lord of the Rings - The Fellowship of the Ring
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This paper will seek to establish how Frodo is a hero archetype and how his experiences are universal to humankind. It will also elucidate how a model Frodo is that people can be familiar and handle the colossal and often baffling undertaking of being human…
The Lord of the Rings-the Fellowship of the ring is a mythology based on a Hobbit who is given the task of obliterating the One Ring by going through various challenges such as passing through the dangerous territories of the Dark Lord.
Just like most humankind would have acted, Frodo gets the element of individualism and starts acting like Gollum by wanting to take the ring for himself rather than to destroy it. This character is only brought to an end when Gollum rips his finger with the ring and in joy, falls into the molten lava. Human beings are born with the shared cataleptic, an instinct knowledge of certain role models such as heroes. The collective unconscious is part of the brain associated with the archetypes we inherit, and from which we infer and respond to reality. Frodo is seen as the hero who embarks on a dangerous journey to go on a mission to throw the One Ring in the pool of lava to ensure its destruction, and as such, frustrate the plans of the Dark Lord. He exhibits determination when he accepted the quest of becoming the ring-bearer and when he encounters the many challenges while passing through the realms of Middle-earth inside the territories of the Dark Lord. He even decided to continue with the mission alone and go into the land of Mordor. However, he gets the temptation of wanting to remain with the ring rather than destroy it by throwing it into the flowing lava. This temptation, which would also overcome most humans, is cut short when Gollum bites his finger and takes the ring but then falls into the lava, ending Frodo’s mission. ...
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