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    The Hobbit

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    complete fairy-story (2001, 68). Fantasy, the genre under which the fairy-story falls, is notable for the way in which the adventure or quest is brought to a close by the distribution of rewards (Marquis, 2017), and it is from this reward distribution that the happy ending commonly comes. However, Tolkien’s own story, The Hobbit, has a distinct and unusual way of offering this ending to the reader. Although The Hobbit does indeed incorporate a very literal ‘distribution’ of rewards and does also finish with what can definitely be defined as a happy ending, this ending is not brought about via the obvious rewards’…

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    The Hobbit Journey

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    Barrel Riders, Orc Fighters "Slay them all!" (Jackson). The orcs are ready to kill the dwarves, but their plan takes a detour and wood elves come, shooting arrows everywhere. The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien is about a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins, who goes on an adventure with 13 greedy, old dwarves and a wizard named Gandalf, to help them reclaim the Lonely Mountain. The Lonely Mountain is filled with treasure and it used to be owned by the dwarves, but it became in possession of Smaug, a…

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    The Hobbit Themes

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    The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien was written on September 21, 1937 and tells of an epic fantasy starring many complex characters. The main theme of The Hobbit is bravery and courage, it highlights the importance of the main character, Bilbo Baggins turning from a self conscious and scared hobbit to a courageous hobbit. The novel takes place in Middle Earth during a time when Smaug, a dragon, has ruled the Lonely Mountains for years. I really enjoyed reading The Hobbit and I think it is a…

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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 The Hobbit

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    Bilbo Baggins was a hobbit. Hobbits are short and they have no beards. They are fat in the stomach. They wear bright colors and wear no shoes because they have thick callous on the bottom of their feet. Hobbits have strange brown hair on their feet which keep their feet warm. Hobbits can disappear quickly and quietly when a large folk comes making a noise like elephants that they can hear a mile off. Hobbits have long brown fingers, good-natured faces, and have deep fruity laughs. People…

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    Heroism In The Hobbit

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    The Hobbit In the analysis, The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien gets employed. Heroism get allude. The Hobbit 's primary subject is Bilbo 's advancement into a legend, which all the more comprehensively speaks to the improvement of a typical individual into a saint. Toward the start of the story, Bilbo is bashful, agreeable, and smug in his protected small gap in the end. At the point when Gandalf talks him into setting out on a mission with Thorin 's dwarves, Bilbo gets to be frightened to the…

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    The Legend Of The Hobbit

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    Myths, legends, and folktales. Are the words that describes the hobbit.And i'm here to tell You about the hobbit, the positive and negative traits. Also the question that is echoing Is what is more important at this point is intelligence or physical strength. The Hero and title character of The Hobbit, Bilbo is by far the novel’s most important figure. Bilbo’s thoughts, feelings, and actions form the focus of the novel and shape its plot. Bilbo’s central role is underscored…

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    The Hobbit Archetypes

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    Archetypes Related to The Hobbit In Thomas C. Foster’s How to Read Literature Like a Professor, many different archetypes and literary codes are discussed. Examples of these archetypes that apply to J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit include a hero’s quest, the act of communion, and a descent into the underworld. Understanding how these different archetypes apply to literature, whether it’s the casual reader or an English professor, can greatly enhance the reading experience. One archetype mentioned…

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    Secrets In The Hobbit

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    Secrets have become a social norm in the world today; they are humanity’s natural habit (Pattern1). Found in normal discourse, entertainment and literature, secrets damage relationships, further plots, and cause conflicts. J.R.R. Tolkien fabricated a character with such a secret in his novel The Hobbit. Bilbo Baggins, his character, found Sauron’s One Ring of Power in a cave and hid its existence from all other characters throughout the book. Bilbo’s secret concerning the Ring of Power…

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    Music In The Hobbit

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    Music is very important to everyday life. Everyone in every kind of culture has music that they listen to, whether the person who listen to it is a human or a creature from “The Hobbit”. In chapters from this novel, the magical beings known as dwarves, elves, and goblins sing their very own song in that chapter. Each song shows a different tone, content, and structure. This reveal In the beginning of the novel, the dwarves, Gandalf, and Bilbo plan to go on an adventure. When they are planning,…

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