The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings

In The Hobbit why are the dwarves happy and why is Bilbo unhappy?


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2010-01-22 14:15:27
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The dwarves have found their treasure, which is what they came for, and for that they are very glad. But Bilbo just wants to be back in his hobbit-hole again!

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They are happy because they like adventures. Bilbo is unhappy because he doesn't want to leave his peaceful life.

The dwarves were cheerful because they had finally taken their kingdom of the Lonely Mountain after the great dragon Smaug was defeated by the Lake men. Bilbo was unhappy because when he was back at the shire, he always wished to go back and see the dwarves of the Lonely Mountain and wander the paths of Mirkwood.

The dwarves are happy because they are treated well with great houses.

One reason why Bilbo is unhappy is because he doesn't like the look of the lonely mountain whereas the dwarves love mountains. The more likely reason is that Bilbo also has a cold. It is referanced in Bilbo's speech in "A Long Expected Party," LOTR FOTR, book one, chapter one.

He goes back to living like all the other normal hobbits, in his little hobbit hole at Bag End, Hobbiton. Many of the Shire-folk considered him strange (a bit fanatical, maybe). Hardly any of them had been in his hobbit-hole, he had many odd guests come calling on him (dwarves, wizards and the like) and it was even said that the tunnels of his hole were filled with wild treasure (which is of course, untrue). Nevertheless, Bilbo was a perfectly happy, peaceful-living hobbit. NOTE: Bilbo has been presumed deceased, and his possessions are being auctioned off when he returns.

Though he is treated like royalty with the dwarves since the towns people believe they came to set peace to their old home, Bilbo isn't as happy as the dwarves are. He is afraid of the journey ahead with Smaug. Bilbo is also sick. (Page 198)

the dwarves are happy because they are treated well with great houses

He was not happy! He took off and attacked the dwarves on the Lonely Mountain and then stormed onto Lake Town and destroyed it, but was killed in the process.

Bilbo got sick while they were all escaping the elven prison. He spent a good deal of time hanging onto a barrel while floating down the river, then had to hide in a boatful of fish to get into Lake-town.

He feels happy that Bilbo came along on the journey.

Tell them that you are unhappy. Be honest. if they do not know that you are unhappy, and are happy with you, they will find a way to make you happy. If they know you're unhappy, and they love it, you're probably married to them. Good luck with that one.

Unhappy means not happy, down, sad, depressed, or angry.

The abstract noun form of the adjective 'unhappy' is unhappiness.

Well unhappy itself is not a prefix but, unhappy has a prefix and that is "un" because, the word makes sense with out un in it and un turns happy into not happy so this word has a prefix you dumbhole.

The names of the seven dwarves are Doc, Sneezy, Grumpy, Dopey, Bashful, Sleepy and Happy.

At the beginning of the book, he starts out almost like any other hobbit; carefree, laid-back and unwilling to get into any mischief or adventure, or do anything unusual. By the end of the book, however, he has faced goblins, wild wolves, giant spiders and a Great Dragon, and is more seasoned in his outlook on his life. Although he is still quite happy to be back in his hobbit-hole again.

Happy, from the seven dwarves.

The prefix un- means not, so unhappy means not happy. :D

"Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way" is the opening quote of the Leo Tolstoy book, Anna Karenina.

I am not happy nor am I unhappy.

Happy would be the simplest antonym.

my dog is always happy and i bet he will always be happy bwhen hes with me

A. Sellers are happy with the price, but buyers are unhappy with the quantity. B. Sellers are unhappy with the price, but buyers are happy with the quantity. C. Both sellers and buyers are unhappy with the price and quantity. D. Both sellers and buyers are happy with the price and quantity.

Well, I'm pretty sure that "unhappy" comes from "un-" meaning not. Hence, not happy.

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