The Hobbit Essay | Student Essay

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The Hobbit: Good Versus Evil

Summary: Essay discusses the battle of good versus evil in "The Hobbit."
In many fairy tale books the battles are usually between the good and evil. For instance in the book and in the motion picture "X-MEN" there are two definite sides the good side and the bad side. The good, which consists of people such as Xavier, Wolverine, Rogue, Jean Grey, and Cyclops, where as the villain are people such as Magneto, Saber-Tooth, Toad, and Mystique. There are definite boundaries in this case but sometimes actions and thoughts are not always black and white sometimes they are grey. What is meant by grey is a person or action that is neither good nor bad, but both. This happens in books such as Ray Bradbury's, Something Wicked This Way Comes when Jim's father kills Mr. Dark by giving him a hug his actions are both black and white. This is because it gets rid of Mr. Dark...

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