“Frodo and Sam] scrambled down to [the river-bed], and began to cross it. To their surprise,they came upon dark pools fed by threads of water trickling down from some source higher up the valley. Upon its outer marges under the westward mountains, Mordor was a dying land, but it was not yet dead. And here things still grew, harsh, twisted, bitter, struggling for life. In the glens of the Morgai on the other side of the valley low scrubby trees lurked and clung, coarse gray grass-tussocks fought with the stones, and withered mosses crawled on them; and everywhere great writhing, tangled brambles sprawled” [Tol83]Another thing which provided a way for Tolkien for representing the misery of Frodo’s current state of mind was the Mordor’s landscape. Even there is a fight between land’s “low scrubby trees” & “coarse gray grass-tussocks” which crawls over and battle with each other for survival space and a small amount of nutrients. Frodo constantly struggles against his dark desires as Landscape constantly fights with itself. The readers are forced by the wordings of these paragraphs to stop for a moment andthink about the language which is used by Tolkien and not only consider the content which isbeing stated. Although the story of Return of the King has a fast pace and is also plot-driven,yet it is undoubtedly concerned with the special effects of language upon the readers.