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MonkeyNotes-The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien
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Merry and Pippin

These brave and royal Hobbits are friends of Frodo who accompany him on his quest to destroy the Ring. They are proud of their involvement with Frodo, and fight valiantly to help him and protect him.

Both Merry and Pippin help Sam and Frodo rid the Shire of scoundrels and ruffians. Their days spent with the ents have caused them to grow much larger than the average Hobbit, so that their appearances are as great as their reputations. They become famous as a result of their travels, and though they do not retire the Blessed Realm, their graves are laid side by side next to Aragorn.


Legolas and Gimli

Their friendship is unusual indeed. Legolas represents the elves and Gimli represents the dwarves. Though there is little love lost between elves and dwarves, Legolas and Gimli are fast friends. Their relationship is mutually beneficial: Legolas loves trees and open spaces, and Gimli loves the deep underground. Both are transformed by their friendship.

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