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    Conflict In The Hobbit

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    “In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit” (Tolkien, 7). With those great words we were introduced to the greatest saga of high fantasy known to man. The Hobbit, by J. R. R. Tolkien, narrates the adventure of the simple hobbit Bilbo Baggins who is recruited by Gandalf, a wizard, to help a group of dwarves defeat the dragon Smaug and restore the Lonely Mountain to Thorin Oakenshield, the leader of the dwarves and rightful heir to the kingdom. The territory in question, the Lonely Mountain, was

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    Conflict Essay In The Hobbit the conflict is Good vs. Evil. The Characters are constantly battling evil. The conflict is highlighted in the episodes where Gandalf, the dwarves, and Bilbo fight against the many terrors of Middle Earth. Through fights with goblins, trolls, wargs and the Battle of Five Armies, it is seen that good always prevails over evil. The first encounter is with trolls. The first evil that Bilbo and the dwarves come across is the trolls. Tolkien sets the reader up by saying

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    In the universe of The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien there are many obstacles the people and creatures living in it have to overcome every day to survive. Simple struggles such as finding food to eat to more serious ones like intense battles between the dragon and the hobbit can cause death. Gandalf and his group of Bilbo Baggins and the 13 dwarves face very threatening conflicts throughout the novel that can kill them. It seems that the life threatening dangers don't help them but in reality it does

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    Summary The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien is about a hobbit called Bilbo Baggins. His father is a Baggins, who are considered respectable, and his mother is a Took, who often went on adventures. One day while in his hobbit hole on The Shire, an old friend of the family, Gandalf, comes by, offering him an adventure, which is declined. Shortly after, while having tea, Bilbo has thirteen dwarves unexpectedly come into his home along with the wizard Gandalf. Among them is Thorin Oakenshield who was a descendant

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    One character in “The Hobbit” by J.R.R. Tolkien that faced significant struggles is Bilbo. A trial that he overcame was the expectations that the other hobbits had of him. The other hobbits’ viewpoints were that hobbits should not be adventurous and that they should be very dignified. As soon as he leaves for his adventure, the other hobbits no longer view him as respectable. Near the beginning, and even towards the middle, Bilbo finds himself agreeing with them, thinking that he should never have

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    Bilbo Friendships

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    out.” We can try to escape any sorts of adventure by clinging to our routine and repetitious lives, yet it often arrives unexpectedly. For Bilbo Baggins, the prudent protagonist of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, adventure simply arrives on his doorstep. Bilbo had always led a simple life as a hobbit in the town of Hobbiton, but one day a wizard named Gandalf and thirteen dwarves convinced him to embark on an adventure to reclaim the dwarves’ treasure from a nefarious dragon named Smaug. As a somewhat

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    Bilbo Conflicts

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    Man Vs Himself Conflict; the struggle between opposing forces. In the book” the hobbit” the protagonist named Bilbo conveys a struggle between his personality. His mother, born into the took family has always had an extreme thirst for adventure. Although his father was born into the Baggins family, which life consist of normal hobbit behavior. Bilbo is torn between following his adventurous pursuits or continuing to live a typical hobbit life. Bilbo’s conflicts affect Gandalf the grey and the Dwarves

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    Plot: The Hobbit is about a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins who's living in the Shire Hobbiton. A wizard named Gandalf shows up with 13 military dwarfs and asks Bilbo to help reclaim the dwarf’s treasure. On the way they thought run into issues and obstacles. Wondering through tunnels in the Misty Mountains after being left behind, Bilbo find a strange Golden ring that when worn turns you invisible and pockets it. After that he meets back up with Gandalf and the 13 dwarves only to later be abandoned

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    Archetypes In The Hobbit

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    The Hobbit: Literary Analysis “Going on from there was the bravest thing he ever did. The tremendous things that happened afterward were as nothing compared to it. He fought the real battle in the tunnel alone, before he ever saw the vast danger that lay in wait” (132). In J.R.R.Tolkien’s The Hobbit, the reader is taken through a parable that follows Bilbo Baggins on the ‘Hero’s Journey.’ This fantasy classic begins with an ‘everyman’ hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, who takes on a perilous journey

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    What would it be like to embark on a journey or do something unlike anything else one has ever done before? Some may seek thrill and adventure, but living in the same world as a hobbit, one might think twice about venturing out. The Hobbit is an allegorical novel by J.R.R. Tolkien. The story follows the protagonist, Bilbo Baggins as he sets out to undertake a long journey with a wizard named Gandalf and thirteen dwarves. In the beginning of the novel Bilbo doesn’t feel the need to set out on a journey

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