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THe Hobbit

The Hobbit Or There And Back Again The Hobbit tells the story of the hobbit Bilbo Baggins. Hobbits are very similar to the human, but they are half the size and have large feet with thick skin, like leather. Hobbit also like comfortable, worm, good food and a good hospitality. In The Hobbit Bilbo gets involved in a great adventure, an adventure that is greater the any other hobbit life. Bilbo is hired by a party of dwarfs to be their “Burglar”. The dwarfs are going to the Lonely Mountain. In that Mountain sets the evil dragon Smaug, years ago he had invaded the mountain, stole the dwarfs family treasure and stayed to live there. Bilbo gets involved in such an adventure, which not suiting the life of a hobbit, with the “recommendation” of the great wizard Gandalf. On their journey the party gets in to a lot of troubles. They get out of them with the help of friends in their way, like Elrond, that tells them about the secret way to enter the mountain, Beron and more, but mostly by Gandalf and also by a magic ring. In their journey they pass the Misty Mountain and because a heavy rain they seek shelter in a large cave in the side of the mountain. The cave however is a gate to a goblin kingdom (See MAP I). The group is captures by the goblins and dragged into the inner caves. Again Gandalf free them and kills the goblin’s king, but during their escape Bilbo is knocked unconscious and he lost his way alone in the cave. In his try to get out he meets Gollum, a slim creature and he gets a magic ring that make it owner invisible, by a game of riddles. Bilbo also discovers a weak spot in Smaug’s armor. Bilbo wears the ring and finds it way out by following Gollum searches for him. Bilbo reunited with the dwarfs again and they carry on east to the mountain. In the mountain Bilbo started his part in the journey, he enters the cave wearing the ring, which allows him to be invisible to the eye of the dragon. But because dragon has a...

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