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    Bilbo

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    Magic in the Making The main character of the book is Mr. Bilbo Baggins. He is the hobbit who led the dwarves to the Lonely Mountain to reclaim their treasure from the dragon named Smaug. Bilbo is middle aged and resides in a clean, warm burrow dug into the side of a hill. In the beginning of the story Bilbo is a very weak character. He is easily frightened, and very shy. One of his strengths though, is that he is of the mythical race called hobbits. Hobbits are known for their skills in thievery

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    Bilbo In The Hobbit

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    Bilbo Baggins is introduced as just a normal hobbit smoking a pipe on his front porch, when suddenly an old man appears on his doorstep. Bilbo soon realized that he is the wizard Gandalf. (Tolkien 5-9) Gandalf asks Bilbo to be part of an adventure. Bilbo says no, but he invites the wizard to come over for tea tomorrow. (Tolkien 7-9) When Bilbo opens the door the next day, he finds not Gandalf, but a dwarf named Dwalin. (Tolkien 9) Soon, other dwarves begin to arrive, and Bilbo becomes flustered.

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    Beowulf and Bilbo

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    from each other. Bilbo and Beowulf are considered heroes in their respective stories but they differ greatly in personality and heroics. The image of an epic hero is that they must be a character who has skills unmatched, surly Beowulf would be the perfect example of this but not Bilbo. Before Beowulf’s story starts he had already established himself in reputation and heroic exploits. His character was already formed and developed which is not the case for Bilbo Baggins. Both Bilbo and Beowulf, however

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    Bilbo Baggins

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    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, Bombur, Dori, Nori, Ori

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    Bilbo Mission

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    Angus. Bilbo decided to go with gandalf to undertake a mission, Farah Ahmedi, and Angus. Many people accomplish missions and are amazed or they give up or die. But they all have one common thing, to reach their goals. The Hobbit, Bilbo went with Gandalf. He was brave because he was part Turk. He wanted to find out if their was any Turk still left in him, He realized his strength, he was kind even though they came to his house without asking and tore up his house. Gandalf saw something in Bilbo and

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    Changes in Bilbo Bilbo has gone through quite a bit of extraordinary changes throughout the book in a result of some pretty bizarre occurrences. In the beginning, Bilbo was the kind of Hobbit who had only found it necessary to step foot outside if it was to buy food or to observe the wildlife. Little did Bilbo know that his fate would soon lead to something more than just being a measly homebody Hobbit who had nothing better to do than to make a spot of tea. Bilbo would soon be put in death-defying

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    feet is named Bilbo Baggins, and he is a hobbit. Bilbo is forced into a crazy adventure when 13 dwarves show up at his hobbit hole for breakfast. Bilbo gains three traits, cleverness, courage, and reliability, which teach him that it is not necessary to be tall and strong to be a hero. Bilbo begins his adventure very reluctant, but by the end of it he is an unexpected hero. Throughout the story Bilbo’s “Tookish” side comes out and he becomes very clever. The first time that Bilbo showed how clever

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    In the novel The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit, is part of the adventurous family known as the Took. Bilbo is greeted by a powerful wizard named Gandalf, who brings him on a journey to Lonely Mountain that changes his life forever. This journey forces Bilbo to come out of his comfort zone and complete the upcoming journey.     Bilbo is greeted by Gandalf, a wizard, states that he doesn’t want anything to do with his adventures by declaring, “ Sorry! I don’t want any adventures

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    Bilbo Greed

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    In the book The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, Bilbo, a small hobbit, goes on an adventure with a group of dwarves and a wizard. The goal of this adventure is to retrieve the gold that was stolen from them by the dragon Smaug. Throughout the story, there are many themes that show powerful messages, but there is one theme that is clearly the most important and evident in the book. In the novel The Hobbit, greed is shown as the main theme through setting, plot, and the development of characters. The first

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    Bilbo and Beowulf

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    said that as much as Bilbo Baggins from Tolkien’s The Hobbit displays acts of heroism, he is still very much different from Beowulf portrayed by Garth Hinds. To begin, we can examine the physical appearances of the two heroes. From the get go, we see Beowulf as a very powerful man. We see emphasise of this through the drawings of the novel. We see how muscular he is and the overall aura. He is relaxed and in control every step of the way. On the other hand, when we look at Bilbo Baggins, the picture

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