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Bilbo Baggins

Summary: Provides detail description of character Bilbo Baggins from Tolkien's The Hobbit. Describes how Bilbo evolves from a cautious homebody at the beginning of the novel, to a brave and confident hero at the end.
Bilbo Baggins has many character traits that are developed throughout the course of the novel. He is a typical hobbit who likes to have things run on schedule, like his meals. He shares other hobbit traits like being a homebody and not very being very adventurous. Other traits such as his bravery, inner strength, self confidence and his sharp mind and his keen wit are developed as the novel progresses.

Bilbo Baggins is a creature of habit. In the beginning of the book we meet Bilbo and we find that he likes to follow a certain schedule, from the time he gets up in the morning until bedtime. There is a time for breakfast, a morning and afternoon tea and of course the main meals are scheduled for specific times of the day.

He likes the comfort of routine and like most other hobbits is not very adventurous...

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