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    In the book of "The Hobbit," there was a place with many dwarves, men, elves and more. There lived a hobbit named Bilbo, that lived in a hole in the ground. However, his home wasn't messy, dirty, and unsanitary. Instead, there was a nice painted green door, nice yellow knob, configuration. The Baggins, lived in a area which was a place for them to get a time out of mind. The neighbors, thought of the Baggins to be very respectful, it didn't have to do with them being rich, but they were never…

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    In the movie the Wizard of Oz, the is one dynamic character that doesn’t have change throughout the movie, that person is the Scarecrow. He was his same clumsy self throughout the whole movie. Like, for example, when dorothy first found him he was stuck on the pole and he could not get down. When she did finally get him down, he was super clumsy and kept falling all over and could not stand up straight even if he tried. After they kept walking he did keep tripping and falling but he did finally…

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    The Hobbit Music

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    In chapter 4 of The Hobbit music plays a big role in everyone and everything. In the world, everybody listens to some kind of music and it impacts our lives so different and sometimes it even impacts creatures in the world. Some creature’s such as the Dwarfs, Elves and Goblins sing their hearts out in all kinds of tone, content, and structure. The dwarfs music is different from the elves and hobbits because the dwarfs music is based on adventure and going to the dragon to get their gold back.…

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    Bilbo Analysis

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    The Hobbit The Hobbit is a novel that tells the story of Bilbo Baggins, a small hobbit on a big adventure. At the beginning of the novel, Bilbo is living a comfortable lifestyle until he finds himself going on the adventure of a lifetime. Throughout the adventure Bilbo shows strong acts of bravery and composure. Everyone should read this book because the overall message resonates with readers, that small people are capable of big things. A powerful moment for Bilbo is when he…

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    Bilbo Baggins was a shy, timid hobbit who wanted nothing more than a cup of tea and some food in his belly. This young hobbit seemed set on his beliefs and values. Following an adventure that contained long walks, wars, and escape plans, he was changed. On the other hand, who wouldn’t be? After Bilbo was taken out of the comfort of his cozy hobbit hole, he grew in bravery, confidence, and leadership. Bilbo was quite content in his hobbit hole when he was disturbed by Gandalf the Grey. As…

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    The Lost Hero Book Review In Rick Riordan’s action-packed, Greek mythology-themed novel, three teens are thrust into the middle of a quest to stop an ancient evil that is about to be unleashed. Following an encounter with the evil wind spirit in the Grand Canyon, high-schoolers Jason, Piper, and Leo learn they are demigods. The spirit planned to kill the teens until their gym teacher, who turned out to be a satyr, saved them. Due to the three’s newfound powers (Jason can control lightning and…

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    Icy Wonders Slot

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    Icy Wonders slot takes you to a winter wonderland expedition in search of treasure. It’s one of the three Wonders slot series from NetEnt – the other two are Geisha Wonders and Tiki Wonders. Released in 2008, Icy Wonders has an arctic theme, wonderful graphics, pleasing animation, cool audio and an impressive progressive jackpot. Before starting your quest, choose your wager from the coin value available ranging from 0.01 to 0.5. With an icy backdrop, charming characters will accompany you such…

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    The Majestic Dragon

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    In faraway realms described in story books and myths, certain mystical beasts roam the earth, sea, and sky. They are the untouchable rulers of their individual realms and have been formidable masters whom no one commands. Drawn in paintings, described in writing, and spoken about in legends, these beasts have an effect on several different cultures throughout the world. The majestic dragon has been recorded throughout history for hundreds of years, mentioned in all sorts of art forms. However…

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    far to the south of civilization and barbarian land · Valeria of the Red Brotherhood flee into the jungle after killing a Stygian officer · Conan, an admirer of Valeria followed her and killed the stygian chasing her · As Valeria was confronting Conan for following her, they discovered a dragon eating their horses · They hid on a crag where the dragon can’t reach them but beast camped under the cliff · Conan make a deadly spear using the Apples of Derketa,…

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    Tolkien’s One Ring and the Desire to Obtain it The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien explores the adventure of Frodo Baggins and the One Ring of power created by Sauron, the Dark Lord. Throughout the three texts, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King, Tolkien creates a world that is affected by choice and desire. The characters that interact with Sauron’s ring of power stretch across all three books and across all social statuses and races. Humans,…

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