The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Why does Gandalf say he would like to melt all the butter out of Barliman Butterbur?

A. It shows how the Ring has corrupted both Sméagol's mind and body. B. It shows how Sméagol was punished for not returning the Ring to Sauron. C. It shows how the Ring has the power to grant wishes. D. It shows how the Ring quickly ages the

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Gandalf was angry that Butterbur was delayed in bringing him news.


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