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FRODO: I'm all right. I can walk.
ARAGORN: I thought you were dead.
All of you, down the stairs!
Lead the way, Gimli! Pippin and Merry next.
GIMLI: Come no closer! I warn you!
GANDALF: Balrog! Fly, all of you! Fly! Up the stairs and straight on. Fly! You cannot help me.
You cannot pass. I am a servant of the Secret Fire.
You cannot pass. Go back to the shadow. You cannot pass. Fly, you fools!
ARAGORN: Come. Follow me.
BOROMIR: Obey him
ARAGORN: There may be a bit of a scar, Sam.
SAM: I don't care.
ARAGORN: Now it is your turn, Frodo.
FRODO: I'm all right. What does it matter now?
ARAGORN: It matters. We still have a long road, and much to do.
FRODO: Why? We've no hope without Gandalf. You know that, Aragorn.
ARAGORN: Then we must do without hope. There is always vengeance. Mithril shirt!
GIMLI: That's what saved you. I have never seen one so beautiful.
ARAGORN: What is it?
FRODO: The footsteps, I heard them in Moria, following.
LEGOLAS: The Orcs will not come after us until dark.
FRODO: It never sounds like an Orc. They're bare feet and they flap.
ARAGORN: Whatever creature it is,
it won't follow us where we're going.
Nothing evil passes through Lothlorien.
BOROMIR: That is not what we say in Gondor.
LEGOLAS: Then you know nothing in Gondor.
BOROMIR: Out of Moria into the Golden Wood. Is there no way less perilous? I would almost rather face the Balrog again, than the Lady.
ARAGORN: Lothlorien is a place of healing. There is no evil in it unless a man brings evil there with him.
GALADRIEL: Welcome to Lothlorien. I am Galadriel and this is my lord, Celeborn. The forests have told us of your loss. We sorrow for you, and for all of Middle-earth.
CELEBORN: Rest here now for a little, until you are healed. Your quest is known to us.
We will do what we can to aid you.
GALADRIEL: Frodo Baggins of the Shire?
GALADRIEL: This is the mirror of Galadriel. It shows things that were, and things that are and things that yet may be. Do you wish to look?
SAM: I'd not mind a glimpse of what's going on at home. It seems a terrible long time I've been away.
GALADRIEL: Come then, you shall look and see what you may.
SAM: I got to go home! They've dug up Bagshot Row and thrown my poor old Gaffer out in the street. I've got to go home.
The mirror shows many things,
Sam, and not all have yet come to pass. Some never come to be, unless those that behold the visions turn aside from their path to prevent them. Do you wish to leave Frodo now, and go home?
FRODO: Gandalf? No, it must be Saruman.
MIRROR: Do not touch the water.
GALADRIEL: He is looking for you. But he cannot find you, not here, not yet. The door is closed.
FRODO: Three Rings for the Eleven-kings under the sky.
GALADRIEL: Yes. We hid those three from him, and he has never touched them. If your quest fails then nothing can stand against him and we are defenseless. Yet, if you succeed, if the One Ring is destroyed all we built with the three will fade. Time will come here, and Lothlorien will fade. You are the footstep of doom to us, Frodo.
FRODO: Lady Galadriel,
I will give you the One Ring, if you ask for it.
It's too great a matter for me.
GALADRIEL: And I came to test your heart. You will give me the Great Ring freely and in place of the Dark Lord you will set up a queen. And I shall not be evil, but beautiful and terrible as the morning and the night. Stronger than the foundations of the earth. All shall love me and despair! I pass the test. I will diminish and go into the west and remain Galadriel. And you must depart in the morning.
ARAGORN: For Gondor and the House of Isildur.
BOROMIR: For Gondor and the city of Minas Tirith.
In a few days, we will have to choose:
shall we turn west with Boromir and go to the wars of Gondor or turn east to Mordor and its Dark Lord? Or shall we break our fellowship?
SAM: I'm going with Mr. Frodo.
ARAGORN: I know that, Sam.
SAM: What a place. What a horrible place!
ARAGORN: Behold the Argonath, the pillars of the kings. They are Isildur and Anarion, my fathers of old. If Gandalf were here... The day has come at last, the day of choice, which we have long delayed. What shall now become of our company? I am not Gandalf. I have tried to guide you as he would've done, but if he had any plan for this moment, he never told me. Even if he had, if he had lived, I think the burden would still have fallen on you, Frodo.
You alone can choose your way now.
FRODO: The burden is heavy. Give me an hour longer, and I will speak. Let me be alone!
ARAGORN: You shall have your hour. And you shall be alone.
FRODO: Who's there? Boromir.
BOROMIR: I was afraid for you, Frodo. The Orcs may be on this side of the river by now. May I stay and talk to you, just for a while?
FRODO: You're kind, but there's nothing to be said. I know what I should do, but I'm afraid of doing it, Boromir.
BOROMIR: I wish I could help you. Will you hear my counsel?
FRODO: I know what your advice would be: To go with you to Gondor and use the Ring to defend Minas Tirith.
BOROMIR: And is that such ill counsel?
Why should we fear to use the Ring in a just cause?
FRODO: Whatever is done with the Ring turns to evil. Gandalf and Elrond refused to touch it, and Galadriel herself.
BOROMIR: Yes, I know all that. And for themselves, they may be right, these Elves and half-Elves and Wizards! But truehearted Men will not be corrupted. We, of Minas Tirith, do not seek power. Only the strength to defend ourselves. Where is the evil in that, Frodo? You cannot answer me, none of them can. It's folly not using the Enemy's power against him. Think what Aragorn could do with the Ring in this hour. Or if he refuses, why not Boromir? How I would drive the hosts of Mordor, until I stood face to face with Sauron. And they tell us to throw it away! Come with me, Frodo. My city is not far. You can go to Mordor from there, if you must. Only, trust me, let me try my plan. Lend me the Ring.
FRODO: No, Boromir. No!
BOROMIR: Fool, obstinate fool! It is only yours by chance.
It might have been mine. It should be mine. Give it to me!
Miserable trickster! You'll sell us all to Sauron. Traitor! Curse you to death and darkness, all you Halflings! What have I done? Frodo, come back! A madness took me, but it has passed. Come back!
SAM: This waiting's horrible.
ARAGORN: Where have you been, Boromir? Have you seen Frodo?
BOROMIR: I tried to convince him to come to Minas Tirith. I grew angry and he vanished.
ARAGORN: Is that all you have to say?
SAM: He put the Ring on.
PIPPIN: But where did he go? Where is he? Mr. Frodo!
ARAGORN: Gimli, Legolas, stop them! I don't know what part you've played in this mischief, but help now! Go after Merry and Pippin and guard them, even if you cannot find Frodo. Go on! Follow me, Sam. Stay close.
SAM: Sam Gamgee, your legs are too short, so use your head. The boats. Coming, Mr. Frodo. Coming! It's only water, now.
FRODO: I'm here, Sam.
SAM: Save me, Mr. Frodo. Help, I'm drowning!
FRODO: Take my hand.
SAM: Where's your hand?
FRODO: Here. Here it is. Of all the confounded nuisances I ever knew.
SAM: Mr. Frodo, that's hard. If I hadn't guessed right, where would you be now?
FRODO: Safely on my way.
SAM: Safely? All alone and without me to help you?
FRODO: But I am going to Mordor.
SAM: Well, of course you are, Mr. Frodo, and I'm coming with you.
FRODO: It's no good trying to escape you. I'm glad, Sam. May the others find a safe road. Aragorn will look after them. I don't suppose we shall see them again.
SAM: Yet we may, Mr. Frodo. We may.
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The Lord of the Rings part 1
2 tell us about the ring
3 to mordor we will take you
4 company of the ring shall be
5 you alone can choose your way
6 we follow the orcs
7 know where we are
8 promised to help nice hobbit