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Chapter 3 of "The Two Towers," the second book in J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, focuses on the journey of the hobbits Frodo and Sam as they continue their quest to destroy the One Ring. The chapter opens with the two hobbits on the edge of the Emyn Muil, a treacherous and inhospitable area of rocky cliffs and deep valleys. As they make their way through the Emyn Muil, they encounter Gollum, a former Ring-bearer who has become obsessed with finding and possessing the Ring. Gollum offers to guide Frodo and Sam through the dangerous terrain, but the hobbits are wary of him and fear that he may try to steal the Ring. Despite their reservations, they reluctantly agree to let him lead the way. As they journey together, Frodo and Sam learn more about Gollum and his history as a Ring- bearer. They also begin to see the corrupting influence that the Ring has had on Gollum and how it has driven him to become a malicious and unpredictable creature. Despite these
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