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    Bilbo Baggins

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    In the very beginning of The Hobbit, we are introduced to the main character, Bilbo Baggins, who lives in a hobbit-hole in The Hill. Bilbo baggins is what would be considered a homebody. He likes the comfort of his own home and intends to keep it that way. Eventually, Bilbo meets Gandalf, a wizard or protector of Bilbo, who eventually tricks him into going on a quest with him and the dwarves. The next day the dwarves one by one or two by two, enter into the home of Bilbo. Balin, Dwalin, Bifur, Bofur

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    destined to be from the beginning, but Bilbo Baggins just changed his mind and chose to be an adventurous hobbit, the hero. Heroes are looked on as awake, strong, and morally correct creatures. Some people wouldn’t believe that a three foot tall hobbit who chills in his home most of the day would be a hero. It would be like coming up to a dachshund and saying to it,” You are going to do great things in this world.” In the novel,The Hobbit, the hero is Bilbo Baggins, halve tookish halve hobbit. The little

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    Bilbo Baggins Sacrifice

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    are necessary because he or she pledges to put others before themselves. Also, heroes are the ones held accountable for everyone in a dire situation and have society’s expectations weighing on their back. Personal sacrifice can be seen with Bilbo Baggins, when he sacrifices his relationships with the dwarves to remain at peace with the Lakemen and wood elves. In addition,

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    others were destroyed. Frodo Baggins is faced with adversity when: Frodo’s uncle, Bilbo Baggins, leaves behind the ring, when Bilbo runs away, and when Frodo volunteers to be the ring-bearer. Many obstacles arise throughout the movie. In this essay I will discuss the ideas created by the text creator regarding the role adversity plays in shaping an individual’s identity. To show this I will be using the hobbit Frodo Baggins. In LOTR the main protagonist is Frodo Baggins. From the beginning of the

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    A hero is a person who is praised or admired for their phenomenal work done in a certain situation. Bilbo Baggins is considered to be a hero in the book The Hobbit, written by J. R. R. Tolkien. Although Bilbo is considered a hero in this book, he does everything unwillingly. In the movie, however, Bilbo is seen as an epic hero because of the way certain things are portrayed differing from the book. For example, the arrival of the dwarves at Bilbo’s home is different in the book than it is in the

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    up even if all hope seems to be lost. It shows setting of evergreen forests with villages scattered along the paths of which they must take and mountains just on the horizon. The read must go along with bilbo baggins a hobbit that does not realize there is more to him than just being a baggins and that he will live up to his family's name. Even after gandalf tells him that he will embark on a great adventure he still doesn’t believe he is anymore than just bilbo. Therefor this story is inspiring and

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    Kassandra Vazquez May 23, 2016 Section: C Essay How Frodo Baggins has changed from Beginning to Finish. As the Ring-bearer of The Lord of the Rings, Frodo is a special hobbit who can resist the temptations of the ring . In the beginning he is brave, selfless and thoughtful. Unlike the other Hobbits, Frodo is curious about the outside world and knowledgeable about the traditions of the Elves. Everyone from Bilbo

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    The Hobbit ought to be instructed to all stage 3 understudies just to meet how the Hobbit-Bilbo Baggins created as a legend, which all the more extensively speaks to the advancement of a typical individual into a saint. Toward the start of the story, Bilbo is bashful, agreeable, and smug in his safe little gap at Bag End. At the point when Gandalf talks him into joining on the journey with Thorin's dwarves, Bilbo turns out to be frightened to the point that he faints. However, as the novel advances

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    The Hobbit This hobbit was a hobbit, and his name was Baggins. Baggins had lived in the neighborhood of ”The Hill” some time, and people considered them very respectable, not only because most or them were rich, but also because they never had any adventures or did anything unexpected. You could tell what a Baggins would say on any question without the bother of asking him. This is a story of how a Baggins had an adventure, and found himself doing and saying things altogether unexpected. He may have

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    The Unexpected Journey of Bilbo Baggins

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    the departure, is reflected in the book when Bilbo Baggins (the hobbit in the story) departs on a quest to rid a mountain of a dragon called Smaug. After the dragon is slayed, the return phase of the monomyth is in play as Bilbo journeys home. Along the way, Baggins was both helped and hindered by different characters embodying the archetypes of the monomyth. Thus, J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” precisely follows the hero’s journey. Bilbo Baggins, as the hero of the story, goes through the departure

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