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Authentic Life vs Mechanical Life In the Hobbit Authentic Life and Mechanical Life can be seen in the Hobbits and the Black Riders The reason being because the hobbits are such an authentic and valuable life source because they seem to be extremely noble and happy in their everyday lives The Black riders on the other hand are apart of the mechanical society because throughout their search for Frodo and the one ring to rule them all the one ring to find them the one ring to bring them all and in darkness bind them Inscription written on the ring pg75 they black riders always failed in catching what they were after which was Frodo and the ring The journey of the black riders made them careless and thoughtless towards what they wanted the most Authentic life is shown in the hobbits through their nobility and the everyday lives that they live for instance in Bag End everyone knows everyone because its such a little town that is quiet and fears the outside world because they dont want any danger to come their way like the Black Riders The hobbit heroes such as Frodo and Bilbo baggins can be described as the there and back agains Prologue pg19 Although Frodo nor Bilbo can be described as the perfect hobbits one has already conquered his journey while the other has just begun a long perilous journey that is full of adventure Since bilbo baggins has already completed his adventure and passed down the ring he had completed his adventure although it was hard for him to give up his chancy life he did and left it to frodo Frodos authencity of intentions was to give up the ring so that it wouldnt fall in the hands of the wrong person became doubtful because the ring began to grow on him
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