The Lord of the Rings- The Return of the King

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The Return of the King leads us to the conclusion of the journey of our Ring Bearer and his former company. There is a constant struggle of good versus evil throughout the novel as our characters attempt to restore peace to the Middle-earth. Fortunately many of these struggles come to prove that good will surpass evil in the end. During the novel other themes arise, such as the struggle for power, story telling, and friendship. I believe the main theme of The Return of the King is the battle between good and evil.
The Return of the King has our fellowship divided. Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli besieged in a castle as the dark forces approach, with Gandalf resurrected and trying to mount a defense. Whereas Sam and Frodo are separated deep in Sauron's land. The quest to defeat Sauron seems hopeless, but with the return of the king, the powers of good shine through, and Aragorn with his armies are able to fight back Sauron and his evil army. Frodo with much help from Sam finally makes to the Crack of Doom. However, the ring has taken too strong of a hold on Frodo and he is unable to cast the ring into the fire. Instead he claims the ring and puts it on; alerting Sauron the ring is near the Crack of Doom. Gollum finds his way into the mountain with Sam and Frodo, and manages to bite off Frodo's finger wearing the ring. As Gollum rejoices for the return of his'precious', the inevitable force of good causes him to fall into the fire with the ring. Destroying the ring along with Sauron and winning the battle for good. Later the hobbits return to the Shire which has been taken over by Saruman. Once again good defeats evil and the hobbits take back control of the Shire. Wormtongue finally seeing the light kills Saruman. At the end of the novel Gildor, Elrond, Galadriel, Bilbo, Frodo, and Gandalf left on the white ship to the undying lands. Thus ending the Third Age of Middle-earth.
Tolkien uses various literary techniq…