...Journey, Gandalf had said, “True courage is knowing not when to take a life, but when to spare it.” After a huge battle of the Five Armies, the dwarves are finally able to reclaim their treasure and kingdom under the mountain, after the great dragon is slayed. Bilbo and Gandalf return to Bag End where Bilbo continues to live. Regardless that he is no longer accepted by the respectable hobbit society, Bilbo doesn’t mind. He had been on a life changing adventure. With the qualities of a hero, Baggins’ actions, and choices make it clear what he was.
In The Fellowship of the Ring J.R.R. Tolkien tells us a story about Frodo Baggins who is ordered by Gandalf to destroy the powerful ring discovered accidentally by his older cousin, Bilbo. Like the rest of the hobbits, Frodo has lived quite peacefully and well, not having to worry about how dark and dreary the rest of Middle Earth was becoming under Sauron's growing power. Now, Frodo, a small, serene creature, will have to combat the most powerful force on Middle Earth, Sauron, and, in doing so, save Middle Earth from being destroyed completely. Tolkien is telling us that power motivates many of us in our lives.
Day 2 The Hobbit starts off in a hobbit hole, one inside The Hill. Inside the hole lives Bilbo Baggins, whose story is told in third person omniscient. But as I was saying, Bilbo comes from a line of Bagginses who are respected and are expected to do anything out of the normal, for that they were respected. Then one day Gandalf, the wizard, comes to talk to him about an adventure. Bilbo resists because he is used to this lifestyle but Gandalf thinks otherwise.
J.R.R. Tolkien's concept of too much power is summed up by Lord Acton when he once said, "Power corrupts, but absolute power corrupts absolutely." In Tolkien's first book of his fantasy based trilogy, Lord of the Rings, the Fellowship of the Rings tells a story of a quest to destroy a powerful ring throughout Tolkien's created "Middle Earth". This quest was headed by a "Hobbit" named Frodo Baggins who, in the end, becomes corrupted by power himself. This corruption begins when Frodo uses his ring to become invisible over and over again to escape certain situations.
The film revolves around Sauron and his evil army that, try and get the ring from Frodo. Sauron created the one ring to rule them all, all of his evil and cruelty was endowed in the ring. Once he wears the ring he becomes invincible and is immune to human attacks. There was a great battle for middlearth and at the time it looked like the evil force is wining, until Islidor, son of the king, cut off Saurons finger with the ring witch destroyed him and his followers. Thousands of years past and the ring found itself in the hands of Bilbo Bagins, eldest member of the Bagins family.
Harry then heroically saves them both by producing a patronus and driving away the dementors. They get back home and Harry gets a letter from the Ministry of Magic that says because he used magic he is expelled (Harry is underage and underage wizards aren't supposed to use magic). He is horrified. He can't believe he was expelled. Hogwarts was the only good thing in his life.
It revealed supreme generosity from Bilbo.Bilbo feels that it is essential to settle all the disputes which is why he concludes that giving up the Arkenstone would be the best alternative. A war was beginning because the elves and men wanted their fair share of the treasure since they killed Smaug, the dragon who stole the fortune from the dwarfs hundreds of years ago. Maybe, the elves and men could bargain with the Arkenstone which is the heart of Thorin. Thorin treasures it above anything else in the world, and all other riches do not even compare to the Arkenstone. Bilbo figures that this may be the only performance that could save lives, and he wants to achieve that objective.
The setting doesn’t effect the character’s choices other than having to follow a map. IV. Main Characters a. Bilbo Baggins: is the main character of the story. He is a hobbit who prefers the silence of his house to adventure, but he is tricked by Gandalf and a group of dwarves to take a journey. Bilbo is not a hero, but as the story goes on he changes into a clever and brave hero.
He is descended on his mother’s side from the Tooks, a hobbit family known for their love of excitement and adventure. This particular fact has some bearing over Bilbo’s behavior, and it is this side of him, along... ... middle of paper ... ...was completely out of place and had no idea how to deal with the tribulations they encountered over the journey, but with the passing of each one, he developed more and more into the hero he would become. Despite all the things Bilbo has gone through, he has, for the most part, remained true to himself, and does not get carried away or becomes arrogant. He grows weary of adventure and yearns for his home. He still misses the creature comforts he once enjoyed; he simply has learned to cope without them.
When he returns he finds that the other hobbits do no longer wish to interact with Bilbo because of his newfound adventurous ways. He doesn’t mind though, because he has gained many friends out of his expedition, who stop by frequently. The Hobbit is a great story for people who like to leave their present reality, and simply enter a world of fantasy. This novel’s most important element was the main character, Bilbo Baggins. The entire story revolves around Bilbo’s actions, and follows him wherever he goes.