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What is the conflict of 'The Hobbit'?

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Being a novel and rather a big one 'The Hobbit' has several plots and minor plots. However the most important one could be # 'Daring Enterprise' - as the Dwarves try to retake their ancient kingdom # 'Escaping' - as Bilbo Baggins talks with Smaug after being caught trying to loot more treasure. As Bilbo's proper Baggin's side contends with his adventurous Tookish side, he learns to love elves and mountains and adventure, and as a result loses respect in the proper hobbit community (aside from the other Tooks, of course)

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