The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Archetypes

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In the Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (LOTR) Peter Jackson (Jackson) conveys many archetypes. Archetypes are the occurring patterns we see, that are being used over and over throughout time. LOTR character Gollum portrays the archetype of creature of the night where as the situational aspect of gollum is in the Good vs. Evil. The way Gollum 's character draws you in, is both misleading and interesting. First glance you see his obsession of the ring, but the other side is he can help Frodo get to mordor to destroy it. Creature of the night is defined to be the a monster from deepest, darkest part of the human psyche. Gollum is characterized as a desecration of a hobbit. He was first known as Smeagol, but then was soon changed
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