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    The moral reconciliation of a story is the lesson the character or characters have learned as a result of the events that transpired in the book. In other words, how have the events of the story...

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    In the title of the essay, Tolkien embraces Romanticism. The idea of using "fairy stories" as a way to capture the individual imagination and spirit of subjective creativity are Romantic ideas....

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    This is a difficult poem to understand. It was written in context as part of the original text for The Lord of the Rings, Volume I, The Fellowship of the Rings and introduces key plot points as...

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