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Psychological Approach to the Hobbit

Summary: "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien is about a hobbit, some dwarves, and a wizard. The dwarves urge the hobbit to come along, until unintentionally he does. The first sign of braveness was whenever Bilbo and the dwarves see a fire in the woods. Bilbo was the smallest and had to go check it out.
"The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien is about a hobbit, some dwarves, and a wizard. The dwarves urge the hobbit to come along, until unintentionally he does. Bilbo Baggins starts out as a shy hobbit who doesn't get out very much. He likes the comfort of his own home. He was surprised whenever the dwarves and Gandalf chose him to go on the adventure. However, he refused to go, making up all kinds of excuses. He had nightmares about the dragon and other things the dwarves had talked about. He also made a comment about his age and how he was too old to go on an adventure. He told Gandalf before he even met the dwarves that he wasn't interested, but they somehow persuaded him into it.

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