The Hobbit Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The Hobbit.
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The Hobbit: Good Vs. Evil

Summary: Analyzes The Hobbit, a novel by J.R.R. Tolkien. Explores Tokien's view of good and evil as expressed in The Hobbit. Discusses the plot and major characters.
In the book: THE HOBBIT all the characters are put into one of the two groups. The groups are good and evil. The novel being filled with controversy between the two powers makes it more appealing for readers of all ages. This is a classic battle in which the outcome is anonymous still of yet. The good are less likely to win at one moment and the next, they have the tables turned and vice versa. The descriptions of the many societies of middle earth provided by Tolkien, makes it even easier to place them into a category. In this story the good and evil battle is just as confusing if not more.

Bilbo is the main character and hero of the story. He loves comfort and is neat, polite, and shy. Bilbo enjoys sunshine and beautiful things. He can be frightened easily, but in...

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