upon his mental state in order to survive the onslaught of Mordor and
ultimately fulfill his quest. Not only did he become smarter mentally
but grew wiser and learned new things. Frodo tells Gandalf how he
feels about big people (he thought all big people were the same,
stupid.) Frodo says: ?For I have become very fond of Strider. Well,
fond is not the right word. I mean he is dear to me; though he is
strange and grim at times. In fact he reminds me often of you. I
didn?t know any of the big people were like that. I thought, well,
that they were just big, and rather stupid: kind and stupid like
Butterbur ; or stupid and wicked like Bill Ferney. But then we don?t
know much about men in the Shire, except perhaps Breelanders.? Pg.
Frodo grew wiser
and more cautious of men. He began to realize there traits and
imperfections, and in order for him to succeed in his quest he would
have to be wary of them at all times. We later learn of Boromir a man
who wanted to keep the ring and use it against the enemy. Frodo
became aware that trouble may arise in the future with Boromir. The
ring was to be destroyed so all evil in Middle earth could be
vanquished. We learn: ?Frodo caught something new and strange in
Boromirs glance, and he looked hard at him. Plainly Boromirs thoughts
were different from his final words. It would be folly to throw away
the ring of power? He had said something like this at the council,
but then accepted the correction of Elrond.? Pg. 435
Boromirs intent was evil. Frodo was mentally sharp and detected
danger. He knew that Boromir could jeopardize his quest and stop him
from fulfilling his goal. In order to stop this he would have to
display the same mental sharpness to avoid such calamity.
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