The Silmarillion Book Report

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The Silmarillion, is a fiction book in Middle Earth and the book that sets the stage for J.R.R. Tolkien’s well known books The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. The Silmarillion is a book with a similar storyline with the Bible in the creation of Arda, two characters that show the evil and good in this book, and a rich storyline the gives the background for J.R.R. Tolkien’s other books. In the beginning was Arda, it was created by Euris Iluvatar. Iluvatar created the Valar, who was originally led Melkor. Melkor was given all the powers and knowledge of the other Valar by Iluvatar. He used these powers for evil and he wanted to have the elves and men (Children of Iluvatar) as his subjects and slaves. The Noldor suffered greatly from his evil would not say his name and named…show more content…
He is the main character in the book and the protagonist.. In the beginning, he pulls a sword on his half brother Fingolfin in the presence of the king, his father Finwe. He was put on trial by the Valar and was banished to Tirion for twelve years. He is later fatally wounded by Gothmog lord of the Balrogs. The problems in the story all revolve around Morgoth and the elves and their want for the Silmarils. Morgoth the main antagonist is in our world Satan. He lusts for the Silmarils. He wants them for his power. He uses Fingolfin to get turn Feanor and get the Silmarils. The setting of the story is Middle Earth and Vala. Vala is ruled by the Valar and this is where the Noldor live. The Noldor are elves led by Finwe and his three sons Feanor, Fingolfin, and Finarfin. The emotional setting in the story is evil and want. Both the elves and Morgoth want the Silmarils. Morgoth is the start of evil and creator of evil things like the orcs, goblins, balrogs, and many other evil species. The elves led by Fingolfin, Feanor and Finarfin wage war against Morgoth to regain the Silmarils. The lives of many elves are lost in
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