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How many words are used in the book The Hobbit?
The Silmarillion, most of the History of Middle Earth and The Children of Húrin fall before The Hobbit in the timeline of Middle Earth.
In no particular order: Istari (Maiar) - Wizards Hobbits Grey Elves (Noldor possibly) Wood Elves (Sylvan) Adanedhel - Half Elven Men Hill Trolls Orcs Goblins (as used to refe…r to the lesser breeds of Orc) Corrupted Hobbit (since there is only one it is arguable if this counts as a race.) Wargs (sentience unclear) Great Eagles Hot Drakes Beornings (a possible sub-species of Men) Dwarves Giant Spiders (responding to specific words and concepts so probably sentient.)Dragon (probably the last)
In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.
I think so. But that's just my opinion. It is one of my favorites. I have about a dozen copies in five languages as well as the primary books about the writing and history o…f The Hobbit.
No, The Hobbit was not a Newbery book. Tolkien was not an Americanand did not live in the United States, so was not qualified to win.
That will depend on how you define series. The Hobbit is a single book. The Lord of the Rings has six books in it, most will say three, but each of the books has two books… in it. There is also the Silmarillion which has Middle Earth and its origins. And there is a whole series called the History of Middle Earth that has notes and small stories about the fictional land.
The book was supposedly written out by Bilbo Baggins. It is by John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, more commonly known as J.R.R. Tolkien, published September 21, 1937. He a…lso wrote "The Lord of the Rings" and several other works that take place in the same universe as such as The Silmarillion and the famous The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings : the Fellowship of the Ring, Lord of the Rings: the Two Towers, and Lord of the Rings: Return of the king
No, The Hobbit is an adventure novel, with war sequences towards the end.
Only one as a main character: Bilbo Baggins. Others are mentioned, but do not play a main part. Six others are mentioned by name: Belladonna Took and Bungo Baggins, ment…ioned as Bilbo's parents. The Old Took Mr. Grubb, Mr. Grubb, and Mr. Burrowes, who were responsible for selling off Bilbo's estate after he had been presumed dead And there is also a mention of the Sackville-Bagginses, although none are mentioned by name.
No, The Hobbit is not classified as Science Fiction. It belongs in the fantasy genre. Anytime magic is involved, you can pretty much bet it is going to be fantasy..
That depends on what you mean by series. The Hobbit is a single book. The Lord of the Rings has six books in it, most will say three, but each of the books has two books i…n it. There is also the Silmarillion which has Middle Earth and its origins. And there is a whole series called the History of Middle Earth that has notes and small stories about the fictional land.
What does Gandalf mean when he tells Bilbo at the end of the book that he is not the hobbit he once used to be?
Bilbo's personality and outlook on life have been completely changed
The Battle of the Five Armies. Nope, the "thunder-battle" is a great thunderstorm in the Misty Mountains while the Dwarves and Bilbo try to cross the pass. (Note: In the fi…rst edition the "thunder" is literally the crashing of great boulders against the mountains as Giants fight. This is edited out as "too childish" and incompatible with the "Rings" plot in all later editions, but the "thunder-battle" is left in - just without Giants involved.)
Bilbo is the protagonist, a thief in their group, who is a hobbit, and unsure about venturing from his home.
The Hobbit is a work of fantasy. This sort of work, which features wizards, combative mythological beings, and the use of magic, and usually features a struggle between Good a…nd Evil, is often called "sword and sorcery."
A simplified list of main events: Gandalf approaches Bilbo, and he marks Bilbo's door. Dwarves show up at Bilbo's house and convince him to journey with them. B…ilbo finds the ring and meets Gollum The group goes to Rivendell, and they find clues on the map They are captured by elves and escape down the river. Everyone ends up in Lake-town and they meet Bard. They enter the mountain Bilbo confronts Smaug and finds the Archenstone Smaug attacks Lake-town and is killed by Bard. There is a major battle. Many groups are involved. Thorin is killed. Dain becomes King Under the Mountain. Bilbo and Gandalf journey back home.