The Hobbit Analysis

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The Hobbit is a mythological text expressing the events that occurred during the period of medieval. The chapters of the literature combine all stories that occurred in the ancient England and Northern Europe especially at Scandinavia, and the stories are mainly heroic. The hero recognized most by the writer is the Bilbo Baggins. To interpret the hole in which Bilbo Baggins who is a hobbit life is very peaceful, shows that it is nature of the little people; the hobbit to have their shelters situated underground as well as the simplicity of the common Englishmen who lived around 1930s in the middle earth, “it was a hobbit-hole, and that means Comfort (Tolkien, 1).”
Heroism in the text gives a representation of how common people get to become
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So the geography of the middle earth is expressed in finer details as expected and thought by the writer, visually revealing the uniqueness of that medieval atmosphere of the middle earth as it stated in the description, “Already they seemed only away’ s easy journey from the feet of the nearest. Dark and drear it looked, though there were patches of sunlight on its brown sides, and behind its shoulders, the tips of snow-peaks gleamed (Tolkien, …show more content…
King Arthur has a sword named Excalibur which makes him win many wars. The Thorin and Gandalf swords earns the titles of the heroes. Orcrist belongs to Gandalf while Glamdring belongs to Excalibur. After killing the spider, Bilbo decides to name his sword, the Sting during the quest time. Such name has bravery and initiative as the main attributes symbolized and characterized by Bilbo in his sword, which transforms him into a great hero.
Hobbits as the main theme in this text, the writer’s acknowledgement based on the hobbits have their nature projected to the Englishmen belonging to a middle class, leaving in a rural topography. Such symbol enables the writer to make the differences between the modern and the ancient views focusing on the middle earth as well as people’s way of

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