Harry Potter vs Frodo Baggins

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Lord of the Rings: Two Towers / Harry Potter: Prisoner of Azkaban Comparison

In the two novels, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, written by author and Harry Potter: The Prisoner of Azkaban, written by author, there is a distinct relationship that is created through the idea that there are the chosen individuals are the only ones that can save the world.

The first novel, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers is a novel generally focusing on uniting ¡§Middle Earth¡¨, a term used to describe the human world, to defeat the enemy forces of evil controlled by a character described as pure evil named NAME. The actions of one small hobbit name Frodo Baggins, a race similar to humans, that will in fact determine the outcome of who is
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It can be as simple as creating a different kind of atmosphere, an example being the Hogwarts School of Magic versus the treacherous terrains of Middle Earth. Even though there is diversity, the basic principals of a hero¡¦s growing stature and how to encompass it still do apply.

For the character to truly become a hero, he must undertake a quest to prove he is powerful enough to defeat the evil forces and deem his worthiness of a position of importance. After all, a hero is supposed to protect the people from any enemy, even when the quest seems impossible the hero has to step up to the task, against any odds, and prevail. The call to adventure does not serve a purpose for personal gain, but to accomplish something important to the people.

In Lord of the Rings, Frodo is given the most important task when comparing the roles of the rest of the characters. Even though Frodo is not an all mighty powerful warrior, he understands what is at stake and what will be lost upon his failure. He knows that there is simply too much on the line, and knowing that pushes him even harder towards achieving his goal of marching into Saruman land and throwing the precious ring into the volcano upon which it was made. Even with hundreds of thousands of enemies lurking around at any time and anywhere, Frodo continues his


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