The Hobbit 2 Essay, Research Paper
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit that lives a comfortable, relaxing life,
Rarely leaving further than the cellar of his cozy house. In this story
Bilbo is the center of attention as he is the main character.
But one day, his contentment of life is disturbed, Grandalf,
The spectacular wizard, known by all, and a group of strong-minded,
Persistent little Dwarfs whisk Bilbo away on an adventure that he would
Never forget. The plot then really comes to life when they plan to raid
The treasure hoard, guarded by Smaug the magnificent, a large, fierce,
And very dangerous dragon. Bilbo is the most reluctant to take part in
The quest, but he even suppries himself, by his cunning skills as a fast
And daring burglar.
Bilbo, Grandalf and the ficsty little Dwarfs, begin the jerourny
Right from the house of Bilbo Baggins at the small town of Hobbito,
Before humans ever walked this Earth and there was no sea. From the town
Of Hobbito Bilbo and his company travel west to a small
Elves town called, Rivendell, where Bilbo gets his first chance to meet
An Elf. From Rivendell, they make a steep climb up the misty hills making
their first encounters with, the Goblins. As they escape from the goblins
They flee over the great river and stay at a friend of Grand Alf s house
Beorn the bear. They then take Horses to the mouth of the Mirkwood
Forest and quickly find themselves lost in the maze. They then are
Attacked by huge spiders and are rescued by Bilbo as on his way up
The Misty Hills, the hobbit stumbled upon a ring that can make you
Invisible. They then were taken prisoner by the wood elves and
Escaped down long lake in barrels. They arrived in the lonely
Mountains at the doorstep of Smaug the great.
This book is a finely written saga of fierce dragons, goblins, dwarfs and elves.
The book is outstanding, using descriptive words that give strong static images such as, Light-footed, dreadful, and shivering. I think that the only reason that why I Like this book, is just because it is so different from any other book that I’ve ever read and how it doesn t follow any set rules.
Perhaps the best book accompanied with the best set of books, ever to be written.