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In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit P1 This is how JRR Tolkien starts his world renown book The Hobbit published in 1966 This book is a tale of a small hobbit named Bilbo and his ever-memorable journey through the evil world during his time Living in the Shire as his homeland is called it is very calm and pleasant for Bilbo but once the outer limits of the land are reached Bilbo is in for a great surprise Needing a burglar on his journey Gandalf the Grey who is famous for his magic with fire and light came to ask for Bilbos assistance Gandalf was accompanied with thirteen dwarves who were after their long ago taken but never forgotten treasure The last evil dragon Smaug who overtook the dwarf kingdom of Lonely Mountain many years ago took this desired treasure Bilbo wanted not to go but with his along with all other hobbits ability to escape quietly quickly and easily in the woods and mountains Bilbo was a perfect burglar for the journey The adventurous group of now fifteen set off to find trolls orcs goblins wargs evil talking wolves aggressive elves giant spiders dragons and numberless natural disasters including wind snow rain and scorching heat None of these obstacles came to be the one most powerful and dangerous enemy to Bilbo and the others though This ever powerful enemy was the greed and lust for the horde of gold and silver and precious jewels that lured the dwarves to pursue it no matter what the cost Bilbo was a bit taken off guard and didnt really understand his purpose on this adventure so he demanded some explanations With the dwarves was Thorin son of Thrain King under the Mountain as he was known Thorin was now the rightful King and heir of the treasure of Lonely Mountain for he gave the explanations Bilbo listened intently as the
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