The Hobbit (Annotated) Study Guide and Aid David Blevins

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The Hobbit (Annotated) Study Guide and Aid by David Blevins
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* Study GuideThis is a 51 Page breakdown of J.R. Tolkiens The Hobbit. This study aid gives detail summaries and analysis of each chapter as well the understanding. This includes plots, character analysis, themes, symbols, quotations, and key factsMore* Study GuideThis is a 51 Page breakdown of J.R. Tolkiens The Hobbit. This study aid gives detail summaries and analysis of each chapter as well the understanding.

This includes plots, character analysis, themes, symbols, quotations, and key facts from the work. Please enjoyExample of Summary from Chapter 1Hobbits, the narrator explains, are little people, roughly half the size of humans, with thick hair on their feet, round bellies, and a love of good food, comfort, and security. Though some hobbits live in houses, they traditionally live in holes in the ground.

The holes are not dank and smelly but comfortable, cozy underground dwell- ings with all the amenities of their aboveground counterparts. The hole occupied by the hobbit known as Bilbo Baggins is called Bag End. It is quite a pleasant dwelling, with comfortable furniture and a well-stocked kitchen, nestled in a snug little village under a hill.Bilbo’s ancestry is somewhat noble by hobbit standards: his father was from the well-to-do, conventional Baggins family, but his mother was from the Tooks, a wealthy, eccentric family infamous for their unhobbitlike tendency to go on adventures.

Despite his Took blood, however, Bilbo prefers to stay at home and live a quiet life.On the day the story begins, Bilbo is enjoying a pipe outside his front door when an old man with a long cloak and a staff arrives. After the old man introduces himself, Bilbo recognizes him as the wizard Gandalf, who has created spectacular fireworks displays on holidays in Hobbiton, but Bilbo still looks on the old wizard with a suspicious eye.

When Gandalf asks if Bilbo would be interested in going on an adventure, Bilbo declines and quickly excuses himself. He invites the wizard to come over for tea sometime but only so as not to seem rude—in reality, he wants nothing to do with Gandalf and his adventures.



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