Adventure, Morals, And Mahabharata Essay

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Adventure, Morals, and Battles in Tolkien’s The Hobbit.

The Hobbit is a fantasy novel created by J.R.R. Tolkien. In The Hobbit, Tolkien explains about an Adventure, Morales, and Battles that take place in the book.

J.R.R. Tolkien created the works of “The Hobbit” in a completely new world. He created characters that lived in middle –earth that made “The Hobbit” an adventure to read. Bilbo Baggins is a character in the book, who is a Hobbit that lives in a Hobbit hole named Bag End, which is in Hobbiton, also known as the Shire. Bilbo is an average sized hobbit (which is about 3 feet tall), and wore a red jacket, green vest, brown pants, and a white button shirt. Bilbo is a Took from his mother’s side of the family; and they were not as respected as his father side. The Took’s were more adventurous than his father’s side, which lead to him going on an unexpected journey.

After meeting Gandolf, Bilbo starts to ponder whether to be adventurous and help the dwarfs take back their kingdom, or to continue the lifestyle that he has. After one night of thinking, Bilbo decided to accompany Gandolf and the dwarfs to the Misty Mountain. “Bilbo Baggins ' journey is a metaphor for the individuation process, his quest a search for maturity and wholeness, and his adventures, symbolically detailed rites of maturation” (Matthews). “At the beginning of the tale, Bilbo 's personality is out of balance and far from integrated. His, masculinity, or one may say his Tookish aggressiveness is…

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