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The Hobbit by JRR Tolkein I will talk about the plot and character development setting and my opinions in the following paragraphs Plot Bilbo is the main character and protagonist of this book He is a hobbit who lives in the shire and dislikes adventures I personally like him Hes very likeable Smog is probably the main antagonist Hes a huge fire breathing jewel encrusted beast that lives in a giant cavern There are other antagonists in the book also smog is just one of them Others include the trolls Gollem and to some degree the elves The biggest type of conflict in the hobbit is Man vs Man if you consider hobbits and dragons in that category If not Creature vs Creature J The entire plot can be summed up into a few sentences Basically the dwarfs ask Bilbo to come and help them on their quest to kill smog he reluctantly agrees Along their trip there is numerous squabbles and fights one fight with Gollem Bilbo gets the magical ring They go and kill Smog with the help of Bilbos ring then go on to fight a war Bilbo returns home with a great deal of treasure and the book ends There are so many characters in the story that its hard to follow and know all of them in great detail There are many dwarves and its confusing In the beginning there is an introduction where the author describes a hobbit Bilbo and the hobbits family The introduction also gives a general background which makes the story easier to understand The plot especially the middle is not complicated and easy to follow The ending is expected since the author gives hints about it In the introduction when he says that the hobbit would gain something this tells us that he will not die J You arent kept in suspense and expect to see what happens at
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