The group finally reached the dragon’s lair on a mountain known as the Misty Mountains. They had successfully regained the treasures, but rumors of the dead dragon’s treasure attracted creatures from all over the lands to head towards the mountain. This led to a war known as the Battle of Five Armies where the dwarfs, elves, and humans fought against the goblins and Wargs. Bilbo did not participate... ... middle of paper ... ...es place in a nonexistent and unreal world or concerns incredible and unreal characters… or may be employed merely for whimsical delight, or it may be the medium for serious comment on reality” (Harmon 192). The Hobbit takes place in an imaginary world with events, items, and characters that are fictional, but there are things that a person can relate in reality.
In Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone, Harry's life is far from normal when he finds out that his family is very well know in the wizard world. He undergoes many challenges and engages in his first battle with Lord Voldemort, the evil villain that killed his parents. Harry Potter is an eleven year old boy with brown hair and an enjoyable and loving personality that is misinterpreted by many people. He lived with his skinny and fatigue aunt Petunia, and his obese uncle Vernon . And not to forget their fat son Dudley .
In the story, the monster murdered Victor Frankenstein’s wife Elizabeth, his brother young William, and Henry Clerval. The monster also framed Justine, and she got hung in result of the framing. The reason the monster did this is because he is upset that his creator has abandoned him. The monster was basically an infant in an adult’s man body, and he has multiple scars all over him because of the procedures his body went through as he was being created. Most people would think that the creature is a horrible and evil person because of his foul actions in killing people, but he is not.
Still, the monster wants revenge on Frankenstein, and so everything in Victor’s life ends up being destroyed, including his wife and best friend. Frankenstein in a good example of why human beings should not try to play God and artificially create a being in a laboratory. With the technology that we have today, wouldn’t it be scary to see what super human could be created in our labs? The first setting of Frankenstein is in Geneva, Switzerland. However, later in the story, the setting shifts back and forth throughout central Europe.
In the lake also lived a creature named Gollum. Gollum was a creature that ate other people. Gollum approached Bilbo and Bilbo told him he desired to find a way out. They then played a riddle game and if Bilbo won, he lived and if he lost, he would die. Bilbo won the riddle game but Gollum still wanted to eat him, But then Bilbo accidentally slipped the ring on his finger and became invisible, so he escaped.He met with the group again and walked with them for a few days.
Soon, he will begin to realize his ignorance as he sees that the shadows he had seen all his life were actually real people. Plato concludes that his idea of the perfect life inside the cave was ill conceived and that the prisoner would have never been aware of the world outside, had he not escaped. Similarly, The Truman Show, directed by Peter Weir, follows the life of a man in the utopian town of Seahaven. What the protagonist isn’t aware of however is that his entire life has been broadcasted throughout the world; as a... ... middle of paper ... ...umstance is absent or present”. From the beginning of human existence, people were always in desperate search of the truth, about how we came to exist, what a person’s identity really is, and to find the truth about what our perceived reality actually is.
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The difficult, treacherous, and mentally exhausting events that the main character has to overcome. Though there are more situations in this book these are the ones that best exemplify the fact that the Time Traveler has realized that nothing in life lasts forever. Despite vicious killer enemies , mental stress and harsh exploring conditions the Time Traveler never gave up, but rather carefully and logically examined what he had to work with a took what obstacles came his way. Though not all times are good what matters is what you do with the bad