Letter To Gandalf The Hobbit Essays

  • How Well Does the Hobbit Satisfy the Fantasy Genre?

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    How well does The Hobbit satisfy the Fantasy genre? The Hobbit, by JJR Tolkien, can be determined as a fantasy novel. In fantasy novels the author commonly uses the main character as the hero/heroine (sometimes unexpected) and is usually required to complete a quest or adventure. In The Hobbit the protagonist and hero, Bilbo Baggins is asked to embark on a formidable journey alongside Gandalf the Wizard and 13 dwarves. They are on a great quest to reclaim Thorin’s treasure from the immense and intimidating

  • The Hobbit Essay

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    The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien Chapter 1: “An Unexpected Party” 1. What are some of the features of a hobbit-hole? very comfortable with paneled walls, tiles and carpeted floors, bedrooms, bathrooms, cellars, pantries, etc. 2. What is a hobbit? a very small person, no beard, chubby, wears bright colors, has curly hair, hairy feet and the soles of their feet tough for they never wear shoes 3. What is the protagonist’s name? Bilbo Baggins 4. Who is Gandalf? wizard, old man with

  • The Hobbit Summary and Characters

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    THE HOBBIT Character List Bilbo Baggins - The hero of the story. Bilbo is a hobbit, “a short, human-like person.” Commonsensical and fastidious, Bilbo leads a quiet life in his comfortable hole at Bag End and, like most hobbits, is content to stay at home. But Bilbo possesses a great deal of untapped inner strength, and when the wizard Gandalf persuades Bilbo to join a group of dwarves on a quest to reclaim their gold from a marauding dragon, Bilbo ends up playing a crucial role as the company’s

  • Comparison of Bilbo Baggins and Victor Frankenstein

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    one to change things for the good. The books The Hobbit and Frankenstein both have a plot along that line. Both books have quite a bit in common, such as setting, plot and themes. But there is a concept that is almost identical to each other, and that is the main characters. They both come from completely different worlds with Bilbo being a hobbit and Victor being a human. All Bilbo wanted was to live a peaceful and quiet life in his hobbit hole and have his friends over all time. Victor on

  • The Value of Friendship to Overcome Racial Differences and Discrimination Illustrated in J.R.R. Tolkien’s the Lord of the Rings Trilogy

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    Friendship is an amazing opportunity to know another person. It is knowing another person’s likes and dislikes. Friendship is going on trips together. Friends have similar interests and enjoy spending time together. Friends have things in common. Friendship means being there when the trouble settles in and knowing someone has your back in any situation. Friends can have a disagreement but still respect each other and work through it in the long run. Friendship adds value to one’s life.