The Hobbit

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  • Analysis Of The Book ' The Hobbit '

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    Title: The Hobbit Author: J.R.R Tolkien (1937) Many would say that indulging themselves into a mythical world of Dwarves and wizards is a bit out of the ordinary; however, I enjoy being a bit out of the ordinary. The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien is the absolute epitome of a fantasy/adventure novel. I chose this book because there is not a dull moment throughout the whole novel, and for that reason it is one of my favorites of all time. Tolkien 's unique imagination brings his special world into the minds

  • Characteristics Of Bilbo In The Hobbit

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    last being in “The Hobbit” to be considered a monster. J.R.R. Tolkien made sure to depict Bilbo as an innocent, loving, and merciful being. However the reader cannot deny the fact that he possesses some characteristics of a “monster.” Dating back to the 1300s, monsters have been defined as people whom are of abnormal form and structure. It can be argued that every species, besides the humans, are monsters, including Hobbits like Bilbo. Furthermore Bilbo is unlike a typical Hobbit thanks to his Tookish

  • The Hobbit - Original Writing

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    In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole, and that means comfort. It had a perfectly round door like a porthole, painted green, with a shiny yellow brass knob in the exact middle. The door opened on to a tube-shaped hall like a tunnel: a very comfortable tunnel without smoke, with panelled walls, and floors tiled and

  • The Tolkien 's The Hobbit

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    novel The Hobbit is one of a kind. The novel revolves around the protagonist Bilbo Baggins and his journey not only of recovering the treasure from Smaug, but his journey becoming a hero. Through the main character Bilbo Baggins Tolkien changed my perspective on what a mythic hero is suppose to be. When the term “mythic hero” is brought up I visualize someone that is a stouthearted a warrior namely Achilles or Odysseus to be exact not a hobbit. A little friendly, good-natured, brilliant hobbit. To put

  • What Is The Summary Of The Hobbit

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    The Hobbit Summary The book the hobbit was written by the British author J.R.R Tolkien. It is a prelude to Tolkien's famous trilogy Lord Of The Rings. The hobbit is a fun, interesting and eventful novel that takes the readers to the dangerous and amazing Middle Earth. In this story the hobbit Bilbo baggins and 13 dwarves go on an adventure to kill the dragon Smaug and take back the cities Dale and Erebor. In a comfortable hobbit hole there lives a hobbit. This hobbits name is Bilbo. One day

  • Narrative Essay On The Hobbit

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    The Hobbit The book I have chosen to read this semester is called The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. This is a wonderful book and has become one of my favorites I have ever read. Most people don’t really enjoy reading but I absolutely adore it. It is more of a lifestyle for me than anything. The Hobbit is written in 1st person for it is a book Bilbo wrote about all of the adventures he had while traveling to the Lonely Mountain. Bilbo is an unadventurous little hobbit who gets pulled into all of this

  • Summary Of Housekeeping And The Hobbit

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    to tell. In addition, the type of conflicts that arise in a novel or short story and how they are portrayed is equally important, but more than that is if they served any kind of meaningful purpose. Although the stories of “Housekeeping” and “The Hobbit” are written for different audiences as well as from different perspectives, they have similarities one may not expect unless they aware how to closely read both the novels. The first person perspective gives one an in-depth access to the thoughts

  • The Tolkien 's The Hobbit

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    that they will fail. In the beginning of J.R.R. Tolkien’s the Hobbit several of the dwarves question Gandalf’s decision to bring Bilbo Baggins along, “Will he do, do you think? It is all very well for Gandalf to talk about this Hobbit being fierce, but one shriek like that in a moment of excitement would be enough to wake the dragon and all his relatives” (22). Of course one would question why Gandalf decided to bring a hobbit along. Hobbits are half the height of humans but they probably consume more

  • Analysis Of The Book ' The Hobbit '

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    In the great modern classic, The Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, Wizard Gandalf, and a company of rambunctious dwarves go on an extraordinary adventure. On this unexpected journey, they have launched a plot to raid the treasure hoard guarded by Smaug. The novel’s central conflict has to deal with Bilbo struggle with his adventurous, brave inner-self. 2. The leading character in the novel is Bilbo Baggins; the protagonist risks his status in his community. The Baggins are considered by the people of

  • Analysis Of The Book ' The Hobbit '

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    will be strongly analyzed through quotes directly from the book The Hobbit and opinions formed while reading. Through the book The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien is able to show how a hero isn’t always the typical buff and boots with a cape on his back kind of person. Tolkien shows the reader that a hero is made by the struggles he conquers and isn’t just a perfect character thrown into the beginning of the story. Generally, The Hobbit takes place in many different places as listed and described below but