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In this essay I aim to show how Tolkeins Book is unique and linked to the elements of fantasy genre There are many elements that make up fantasy genre which link to Tolkeins The Hobbit they are 1Has a main character that overcomes evil by himself or with help from friends 2Characters dont have to be human 3Main character possesses or has a special ability 4Usually involves magic The first point I would like to explain would be the main character Bilbo doesnt realise this at first We are plain quiet folk and I have no use for adventures but he is going on a quest to pick up the one ring on the intention that he was helping collect Arkenstone the dwarves legendary stone from the feared Smaug the dragon with the help from Gandalf the dwarves and many other friends they find on the way they succeed in finding the Arkenstone using Bilbo as the main source for getting It The second point Id like to explain is about the character The main character doesnt have to always be human in a fantasy story and is not shown in Tolkeins the hobbit Because the main character is Bilbo and he is close to a human but not quite as shown in this quote They are or were a little people about half our height and smaller than bearded dwarves Hobbits have no beards There is little to no magic about them except the ordinary everyday sort which helps them to disappear quietly and quicklyThey are inclined to be fat in the stomach they dress in bright colours wear no shoes because their feet grow natural leathery soles and thick warm brown hair like the stuff on their heads which is curly have long clever brown fingers good-natured faces and deep fruity laughs especially after dinner which they have twice a day when they can get it The
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