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  • Frodo Needs Bilbo
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    Response to Literature In all genres and styles of writing, character dependencies are developed. The good guy always depends on his friends, the bad guy never depends on anything except evil. Such dependencies are developed in JRR Tolkien's Fellowship of The Ring. The most prevalent of these is the one between Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. These two characters are brought together and bonded in a variety of ways. Frodo was always fascinated and interested in Bilbo's telling of experiences and advent...
  • Ring Off Frodo
    527 words
    The Fellowship Of The Rings BOOK IJ.R. R Tolkien As the story begins we find the lovable Bilbo Baggins having his going away birthday party. He would leave his precious magic ring behind him and leave for Alder aun. 17 years would pass and the ring remains under the safe-keep of Bilbo's nephew, Frodo Baggins. Gandalf Storm crow has returned and has need of one from the shire. The both discuss the workings and the history of the ring. And conclude that one thing must be done. Frodo and his party ...
  • Bilbo And His Friend
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    Written By Tommy This is the Story of the Ho 1 bb it Bilbo Baggins. The story starts out telling you about hobbits and stuff that you think you should know before reading the book. Then it talks about the main start Bilbo Baggins just sitting on his porch smoking a pipe about as long as he is. When a wizard named Galdalf come up to him and stares at him for a long while till Bilbo looks up at him and says good morning. Well the go on to talk about an adventure that Galdalf as kind of forced on h...
  • Bilbo And An Evil Creature
    909 words
    "The Hobbit" Book Report "The Hobbit" was written by J.R.R. Tolkien and secured as a copyright in 1937. The story is about a short, peaceful creature named Bilbo Baggins who, like most hobbits, is about half as tall as a human, but not nearly as loud. Bilbo resides in his comfortable hole where he leads a very easy-going life. He does, however have a side to himself that wants to go out and explore the world and be adventurous. One day a wizard, named Gandalf, comes to Bilbo's house and discover...
  • Bilbo's Sense For Adventure
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    This hobbit was a very well-to-do hobbit, and his name was Baggins. The Baggins es had lived in the neighborhood of The Hill for time out of mind, and people considered them very respectable, not only because most or them were rich, but also because they never had any adventures of did anything unexpected; you could tell what a Baggins would say on any question without the bother of asking him. This isa story of how a Baggins had an adventure, and found himself doing and saying things altogether...
  • Bilbo Home
    871 words
    Bilbo Baggins was a hobbit. Now, what is a hobbit, you ask? Well, 'Hobbits are little people, smaller than'. They love peace and quiet and good tilled earth. ' A respectable race, hobbits lived for serenity. Bilbo himself enjoyed sitting outside, smoking his wooden pipe. Now if a dilemma hadn't reared its ugly hear, Baggins would probably still be at his house, his worst fear only dealing with messy housekeeping. Such, however is not the case. Gandalf, the Great Wizard himself, and thirteen (the...
  • Ring Off Frodo
    574 words
    John Ronald Rebel Tolkien was born in 1892 in Bloemfontein, South Africa. He was raised in Birmingham, England in a poor Roman Catholic family. Tolkien had fought in World War l (1916). After the war, he became a professor of English at Oxford (1925-1959). When his children were young, he would tell them tales about an imaginary place called "Middle-Earth". Oxford urged him to write these tales down and he did. He published the first ones in 1954-1955 and made a very successful series. The Fello...
  • Bilbo To The Cave Of Smaug
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    The Hobbit. Information about the book a. The title of my book is "The Hobbit". The book is about a hobbit and 13. This hobbit's name is Bilbo Baggins, and he lives in Hobbiton. b. Copyright (c) 1966; Published by Ballantine Publishing Group. c. The author of "The Hobbit" is John Ronald Rebel Tolkien. Tolkien was born on January 3, 1892, in Bloemfontein, South Africa. After serving in the First World War, he decided to take up an academic career. He studied Anglo-Saxon at Oxford, Pembroke Colleg...
  • Bilbo And The Dwarves
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    Bilbo's Transformation in the Novel The Hobbit Some people say that people never change, while others believe that if given the chance, they will. In this case, J.R.R. Tolkien gives the character Bilbo Baggins the chance to change dramatically in his book The Hobbit. Bilbo undergoes many significant changes in his personality as a result of engaging in Gandalf's journey with the dwarves. The most important transformations include Bilbo going from cowardly to brave, from being ridiculed to respec...
  • Bilbo Baggins In Tolkien's The Hobbit
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    When one thinks of a hero, the image that generally comes to mind is a great warrior with shield and sword, or maybe a larger than life sports figure such as Michael Jordan. Moreover, when one thinks of a heroic journey, great epics such as The Odyssey and Beowulf come to the tip of the tongue, but how often is Tolkien's classic The Hobbit thought of as a heroic journey In fact, many analyze the novel as a heroic journey. As defined by Joseph Campbell in The Power of Myth, a true heroic journey ...
  • Gollum Challenges Bilbo To A Riddle Game
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    The term hero holds a different meaning to different people. The traditional definition of the word hero can be described as having characteristics such as Beowulf. Beowulf is the typical example that most can associate with when describing a hero because of his physical attributes he obtains. Beowulf is physically strong, noble, and a great warrior. He is a person who you would rely on when you are in dire need of a defeater to rescue you. A portrayal as such was commendable in the Middle Ages,...

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