The Hobbit

How does J. R. R. Tolkien use imagery in The Hobbit?

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The imagery is so varied depending on the place they are proceeding through. The names of these places, like the Misty Mountains, paint a picture of the type of imagery you might see. Dark caves, thick forests, thin paths up wondrous mountains fill the story with colors and atmosphere.