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    The Hobbit

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    literature set in a fantasy oriented stage will have no merits to the youths of today. The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien, however, with its crafty of usage symbolism, displays its relevance to issues that often trouble teens. As the story progresses from a children’s tale to an epic, the main character Bilbo undergoes a series of development, his experiences often overlapping with ordinary people. Reading the Hobbit will provide teens with opportunities of exploring the importance of several common but

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    The Hobbit

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    The book I have chosen to write my book report on is “THE HOBBIT” by J.R.R Tolken. The Hobbit is a book about great courage and the lengths that a hobbit will go to please not only himself but others as well. The protagonist in our book is Mr Bilbo Baggins, a well respected and quiet little hobbit. The author describes hobbit’s as very well mannered creatures that look very much like humans, but are half the height. Bilbo often likes to treat himself and bakes cakes to snack on and usually if he

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    Comparison Of The Hobbit

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    The Hobbit Compare & Contrast Essay Rough Draft Have you ever thought how the characters relate to each other? Is it the behavior, culture, attitude or values. Well, all those things make ones similar and different from others. In his book, “ The Hobbit”, the author J.R.R Tolkien describes the hobbit, dwarves, and elves. In “ The Hobbit”, the characters all have traits that they have in common yet also have traits that are different. About the hobbit in chapter 1, it is said that “They are little

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    The Hobbit Theme

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    small man? The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien is a story set in a fantastical world with the plot and theme beautifully woven into the text, which wonderfully adds layers to the characters. A summary of such a story is as magical to explore as the world is comes from. Bilbo is a Hobbit descended from Took & Baggins, families that are wealthy and respected in the Hobbit community. Gandalf is an old that has known Bilbo’s family for a very long time. He was very well known in the Hobbit community before

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    Analysis Of ' The Hobbit '

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    nothing like looking, if you want to find something. You certainly usually find something, if you look, but it is not always quite the something you were after” (Tolkien). Certainly, when E.M Forster wrote A Passage to India or J.R.R Tolkien wrote The Hobbit or Kurt Vonnegut wrote Slaughterhouse -Five they were not looking for anything. However, they ended up finding a crucial link in their books–links to society at the time their books were published. 1924, 1937, 1969 or is it 1890, 2157 (Shire reckoning)

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    The Hobbit Themes

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    The Hobbit is a fantasy novel written by English author J. R. R. Tolkien and it was published on 21 September 1937. The novel is about quest and adventures of Bilbo Baggins through to the Lonely Mountain. The book still remains popular in children’s literature. The story is told in a heroic way and basically is about Bilbo gaining new level of maturity, wisdom and losing his innocence. Themes are pretty much personal growth, heroism and war. Tolkien had four children and he used to write stories

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    Heroism In The Hobbit

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    frost.” In one of Tolkien’s best- selling novels, The Hobbit, the main character Bilbo Baggins, who was a timid and quiet creature, sets off on an adventure after being dragged out of his hobbit hole by Gandalf and thirteen dwarves. With all starting out as a simple adventure, soon turned into a race against time. Between saving the dwarves and battling the powerful dragon Smaug, Bilbo could see he was slowly becoming a hero. Since The Hobbit was an adventure packed story, Tolkien modeled the qualities

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    Bilbo In The Hobbit

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    Dragons terrorize the land of Middle Earth, a place of magic, mystique, and adventure. Middle Earth is the land where J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit Bilbo Baggins lives. Through many of Bilbo’s journeys, he finds out that going on an expedition is difficult, with many perils, and not for the fainthearted. Bilbo Baggins, a Hobbit, is the main character in The Hobbit, hence the name. Bilbo is very intelligent and cunning. He can save his friends in some of the toughest situations and can use his tools of

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    The Hobbit Archetype

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    Abstract The Lord of the Rings is the masterpiece of Tolkien. But The Hobbit written by the same author is not as popular as The Lord of the Rings. Both these novels are fantastical and the hero has certain virtues to celebrate. These virtues are obtained by him through the journey he undertakes. Strength, intelligence, courage, leaderships add to his quality of being a successful hero. But the journey is not an easy task. It is adventurous on one hand and dangerous on the other. Thus the aim of

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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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