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Bilbo: The Hero of "The Hobbit"

Summary: Throughout J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit," Bilbo is clearly an heroic figure. He does this through his self-sacrifice for the dwarves while still maintaining his self-identity.
According to Scholastic Children's Dictionary, a hero is "someone who is brave or a good person." In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins ultimately proves himself a hero because he consistently rescues the dwarves and stays true to himself.

Biblo is just like any other ordinary hobbit. He likes to live peacefully without any harmful incidents. He goes on a journey, and there are many difficulties, and the dwarves depend on Bilbo to get them out of it. "The next stone went whizzing through a big web, snapping its cords, and taking off the spider sitting in the middle of it, whack dead" (157). This shows that Bilbo cares about the dwarves and does not want them to be harmed. He rescues the dwarves by throwing rocks at the spiders. Bilbo is a hero; he always looks after the dwarves. This quote shows that he is a...

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