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Many events and conflicts occurred in this story In The Hobbit I noticed conflicts such as Bilbo Baggins vs himself all the hobbits vs Smaug and Bilbo vs the other hobbits Bilbo was not readily accepted by the hobbits he was traveling with The only reason he was allowed to go was because Gandolf the wondering wizard assures the others that Bilbos presence would be useful The event that I would place as the climax is when Bilbo goes in Smaugs cave He finds his weakness that leads to him being killed This shows bravery on Bilbos part and shows others his courage The ending of this book was typical of any fantasy story in my opinion It ends with the good defeating the evil Tolkien presents us with a fantasy world of his own creationMiddle Earth which has its own races languages and geography He implies that this world is connected to our own saying that the hobbits have become rare and shy of the Big People which is why we no longer see them around The story begins in the spring and their travels lasted until sometime close to the next spring In many places in the story such as Smaugs cave the Trolls and the war the author is very descriptive in telling about the setting In other less important parts he doesnt describe the setting as well The setting in this story plays an extremely important role It shows the mood which is fantasy and it makes it easier for the reader to understand the story Bilbo Baggins was the main character and narrator in the book The Hobbit He is similar to a human but about half the size and not nearly as loud Gandolf the wondering wizard helps the hobbits many times when they are in trouble He is very powerful and has a great sense of timing Thorin Oakenshield the leader of the hobbits was a selfish and
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