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The Great River

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The journey by boat is uneventful for a few days. They pass barren lands laid waste by [[Sauron]] and come across no living things except black swans flying overhead. The company decides to follow [[Aragorn]] along the path he recommends. [[Boromir]] disagrees, wanting to return to his home with [[the Ring]], because of the dream he had. Aragorn and [[Legolas]] go on ahead to find a safe route; they return to tell the company that they must leave the river and go by road for a while.
 
The journey by boat is uneventful for a few days. They pass barren lands laid waste by [[Sauron]] and come across no living things except black swans flying overhead. The company decides to follow [[Aragorn]] along the path he recommends. [[Boromir]] disagrees, wanting to return to his home with [[the Ring]], because of the dream he had. Aragorn and [[Legolas]] go on ahead to find a safe route; they return to tell the company that they must leave the river and go by road for a while.
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[[Category:The Fellowship of the Ring chapters]]

Revision as of 19:39, 21 April 2006

The Fellowship of the Ring chapters
Book I
  1. A Long-expected Party
  2. The Shadow of the Past
  3. Three is Company
  4. A Short Cut to Mushrooms
  5. A Conspiracy Unmasked
  6. The Old Forest
  7. In the House of Tom Bombadil
  8. Fog on the Barrow-downs
  9. At the Sign of the Prancing Pony
  10. Strider
  11. A Knife in the Dark
  12. Flight to the Ford
Book II
  1. Many Meetings
  2. The Council of Elrond
  3. The Ring goes South
  4. A Journey in the Dark
  5. The Bridge of Khazad-dûm
  6. Lothlórien
  7. The Mirror of Galadriel
  8. Farewell to Lórien
  9. The Great River
  10. The Breaking of the Fellowship

The Great River is the nineth chapter of the second book in The Fellowship of the Ring.

Summary

The journey by boat is uneventful for a few days. They pass barren lands laid waste by Sauron and come across no living things except black swans flying overhead. The company decides to follow Aragorn along the path he recommends. Boromir disagrees, wanting to return to his home with the Ring, because of the dream he had. Aragorn and Legolas go on ahead to find a safe route; they return to tell the company that they must leave the river and go by road for a while.