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Bilbos Transformation in the Novel The Hobbit Some people say that people never change while others believe that if given the chance they will In this case JRR Tolkien gives the character Bilbo Baggins the chance to change dramatically in his book The Hobbit Bilbo undergoes many significant changes in his personality as a result of engaging in Gandalfs journey with the dwarves The most important transformations include Bilbo going from cowardly to brave from being ridiculed to respected and from being helpless to resourceful At the beginning of the story Bilbo seems very cowardly but soon proves that he is indeed brave Bilbo is very tied up in his very boring monotonous life and he really does not want to go on the adventure that he is being hauled into Sorry I dont want any adventures thank you Not today Good morning But please come to tea - any time you like Why not tomorrow Come tomorrow Good-bye p 6 Bilbo does not really like the idea of an adventure and tries to rush Gandalf off in hope that he might forget that he even asked him to go Hobbits are not considered to be very adventurous creatures and bravery certainly does not come to mind when thinking about Bilbo Baggins sitting in his nice warm little Hobbit hole at the beginning of the story The first sign of bravery is when the great spider tries to tie him up and Bilbo fights him off with his little sword The spider lay dead beside him and his sword-blade was stained black Somehow the killing of the giant spider all alone by himself in the dark without the help of the wizard or the dwarves or anyone else made a great difference to Mr Baggins He felt a different person and much fiercer and bolder in spite of an empty stomach as he wiped his sword on the grass and put it
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