The Hobbit Essay | The Hobbit

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The Hobbit

Summary: The Hobbit is an exciting fantasy about a hobbit that goes on the most fantastic adventure of his life. The Hobbit is a very good example of a monomyth because the elements required to having the perfect quest are contained within The Hobbit.
The Hobbit is an exciting fantasy about a hobbit that goes on the most fantastic adventure of his life. Bilbo (hobbit) goes to Middle Earth to seek the long lost treasure. Along the way, Bilbo encounters new friends, strange wild beasts, unlimited amount of danger, and temptation. The plot of this magnificent fantasy fits the `quest' pattern from the beginning, all the way to the end. The characters contained within the words of this novel fir the archetypal characters in every way. IN addition, the settings of this particular adventure have something magical and enchanted about them. These are the elements required to having the perfect quest, and The Hobbit contains all these elements. Therefore, The Hobbit is a very good example of a monomyth.

The plot of this book contains three distinct phases: departure, initiation, and return. The departure phase often contains the call to adventure, the...

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