The two towers : being the second part of The lord of the rings
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- ISBN: 9780618002238
- ISBN: 0618002235
x, -725 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm.
- Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Co., ©1994.
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Book 3: The departure of Doromir -- The riders of Rohan -- The Uruk-hai -- Treebeard -- The white rider -- The king of the golden hall -- Helm's deep -- The road to Isengard -- Flotsam and jetsam -- The voice of Saruman -- The Palantir -- Book 4: The taming of Sméagol -- The passage of the marshes -- The black gate is closed -- Of herbs and stewed rabbit -- The window on the west -- The forbidden pool -- Journey to the cross-roads -- The stairs of Cirith Ungol -- Shelob's lair -- The choices of Master Samwise.
|Summary, etc.:||Frodo and Sam continue their quest to destroy the Ruling Ring. This second part tells how each of the members of the Fellowship of the Ring fared, after the breaking of their fellowship, until the coming of the great Darkness.|
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|Subject:||Baggins, Frodo Fiction
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