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<center>{{quote|'''The Lord of the Ring''' is not [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]], but the master of the [[Dark Tower]] of [[Mordor]]...|''[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]'', [[Many Meetings]]}}</center>
 
'''Lord of the Ring''' was a rare title for [[Sauron]], the master of the [[One Ring]]. In fact, it occurs only once in ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'': in [[Rivendell]], where [[Pippin]] wrongly proclaimed [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] as such, but was quickly corrected by [[Gandalf]].  Its more famous appearance is in the title of Tolkien's narrative, with "rings" in the plural, indicating the other [[Rings of Power]].
 
'''Lord of the Ring''' was a rare title for [[Sauron]], the master of the [[One Ring]]. In fact, it occurs only once in ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'': in [[Rivendell]], where [[Pippin]] wrongly proclaimed [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] as such, but was quickly corrected by [[Gandalf]].  Its more famous appearance is in the title of Tolkien's narrative, with "rings" in the plural, indicating the other [[Rings of Power]].
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==References==
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* '[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]'', [[Many Meetings]]
  
 
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Revision as of 07:50, 27 August 2008

"The Lord of the Ring is not Frodo, but the master of the Dark Tower of Mordor..."
The Fellowship of the Ring, Many Meetings

Lord of the Ring was a rare title for Sauron, the master of the One Ring. In fact, it occurs only once in The Lord of the Rings: in Rivendell, where Pippin wrongly proclaimed Frodo as such, but was quickly corrected by Gandalf. Its more famous appearance is in the title of Tolkien's narrative, with "rings" in the plural, indicating the other Rings of Power.

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