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When Saruman blames Wormtongue for the damage done to the Shire and curses him, Wormtongue finally snaps and slits his master's throat.
All were written in the mids. Saruman, like Gandalf and Radagast the Brown , is one of five 'wizards', known as the Istari , who begin to arrive in Middle-earth circa two thousand years before the beginning of The Lord of the Rings.
They are Maiar , envoys of the godlike Valar sent to challenge Sauron by inspiring the people of Middle-earth rather than by direct conflict.
Fifty years before The Lord of the Rings , after his studies reveal that the One Ring might be found in the river Anduin near Sauron's stronghold at Dol Guldur , he helps the White Council drive out Sauron in order to facilitate his search.
There is also a description of how Saruman becomes involved with the Shire and of how he gradually becomes jealous of Gandalf. Tolkien had been writing The Lord of the Rings for several years when Saruman came into existence as the solution to a long-unresolved plot development, and his role and characteristics continued to emerge in the course of writing.
Tolkien started work on the book in late , but was initially unsure of how the story would develop. Intended to account for Gandalf's absence, it describes how a wizard titled "Saramond the White" or "Saramund the Grey", who has fallen under the influence of Sauron, lures Gandalf to his stronghold and traps him.
Several of Saruman's other appearances in the book emerged in the process of writing. Christopher Tolkien believes that the old man seen by Aragorn , Legolas and Gimli at the edge of Fangorn forest near the beginning of The Two Towers is in the original drafts intended to be Gandalf.
In the finished version he is Saruman. Rateliff and Jared Lobdell are among those to write that the scene shows similarities to the death of the year-old sorceress Ayesha in H.
Tolkien described Saruman at the time of The Lord of the Rings as having a long face and a high forehead, " His hair and beard were white, but strands of black still showed around his lips and ears.
He is referred to as 'Saruman the White' and is said to have originally worn white robes, but on his first entry in The Fellowship of the Ring they instead appear to be "woven from all colours [, they] shimmered and changed hue so that the eye was bewildered" and he names himself 'Saruman of Many Colours'.
The power of Saruman's voice is noted throughout the book. Jonathan Evans calls the characterization of Saruman in the chapter The Voice of Saruman a "tour de force".
No other character in Middle-earth has Saruman's trick of balancing phrases against each other so that incompatibles are resolved, and none comes out with words as empty as 'deploring', 'ultimate', worst of all, 'real'.
What is 'real change'? After the defeat of his armies, having been caught in the betrayal of Sauron, Saruman is offered refuge by Gandalf, in return for his aid, but having chosen his path, is unable to turn from it.
Saruman has been identified by critics as demonstrating the fall of an originally good character, and has distinctively modern connections with technology.
Saruman "was great once, of a noble kind that we should not dare raise our hands against" but decays as the book goes on.
Treebeard describes Saruman as having "a mind of metal and wheels". Both Saruman's stronghold of Isengard and his altered Shire demonstrate the negative effects of industrialization and Isengard is overthrown when the forests, in the shape of the Ents, literally rise against it.
He identifies Saruman as one of the key examples given in the book of the evil effects of industrialization, and by extension imperialism.
Saruman is in part the architect of his own downfall. Kocher, Randall Helms and Shippey write that Saruman's actions in the first half of The Two Towers , although intended to further his own interests, in fact lead to his defeat and that of Sauron: his orcs help split the Fellowship at Parth Galen , and in carrying off two of the hobbits initiate a series of incidents that lead to his ruin.
In turn this frees the Rohirrim to intervene at the Battle of the Pelennor Fields and then together with the men of Gondor to assault Sauron's stronghold of Mordor and distract him from Frodo's final effort to destroy the Ring.
Shippey says that this demonstrates the value of persistence in the face of despair, even if a way out cannot be seen;  Kocher and Helms write that it is part of a pattern of providential events and of the reversed effects of evil intentions throughout the book.
In the end, the diminished Saruman is murdered, his throat cut, and Shippey notes that when he dies his spirit "dissolved into nothing".
He identifies Saruman as the best example in the book of "wraithing", a distinctive 20th-century view of evil that he attributes to Tolkien in which individuals are "'eaten up inside' by devotion to some abstraction".
Saruman has appeared in film, audio and stage adaptations of The Lord of the Rings. BBC Radio produced the first adaptation in , in which Saruman was played by Robert Farquharson , and which has not survived.
Tolkien was apparently disappointed by it. He has only one major scene—his attempt to persuade Gandalf to join him.
He appears again briefly before the battle of Helm's Deep , speaking to his army. The character is dressed in red and is called 'Saruman' and 'Aruman' at different points.
Smith and Matthews suggest that the use of 'Aruman' was intended to avoid confusion with 'Sauron'. Smith and Matthews report Peter Howell 's performance as Saruman as "brilliantly ambiguous Saruman is played by Matti Pellonpää in the television miniseries Hobitit that was produced and aired by Finnish broadcaster Yle.
In Peter Jackson 's film trilogy — , Saruman is significantly more active in the first two films than in the corresponding books, and he appears in several scenes that are not depicted in Tolkien's work.
He was portrayed by Christopher Lee. In wisdom or great folly it has been sent away to be destroyed, lest it destroy us.
Without it we cannot by force defeat [Sauron's] force. But we must at all costs keep his Eye from his true peril We must call out his hidden strength, so that he shall empty his land We must make ourselves the bait, though his jaws should close on us We must walk open-eyed into that trap, with courage, but small hope for ourselves.
But this, I deem, is our duty. Speculative fiction portal. He clearly intends this as an example of Eru intervening to change the course of the world.
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