There are a number of them. If you cite Biblo as the primary protagonist, and the dwarves as secondary, then the primary antagonist is Smaug, which the lessers being the Tolls, the Goblins of the Misty Mountains, Gollum (only for Bilbo), theof Mirkwood, Mirkwood itself, the Elves of the Woodland Realm, and the Men of Esgaroth on the Long Lake. At some point, all of them stood opposed to the Dwarves and Bilbo on their quest.
Each of them is very different in their motivations too.
The Trolls: Mostly motivated by hunger, which made them difficult to deal with for Bilbo. They were dim-witted, though, which was how Gandalf was able to trick them.
The Goblins: The goblins were belligerent and confrontational, but that's their nature. Things might have gone differently had they not seen the Elf weapons and Gandalf not killed The Great Goblin. In the later parts of the book, they are motivated by revenge.
Gollum: In, Gollum is motivated by hunger and his love of the Ring. AS a result, he was a conniving and deceitful. He planned to kill Bilbo no matter who won the contest of riddles. After losing the ring, he becomes unstable and more violent.
Mirkwood: the forest is presented as almost being alive it its own right. It was dark, foreboding and didn't seem to want to let the Dwarves escape.
The SPiders: the spiders, also motivated by hunger, were primarily used as a means to establish Bilbo as a capable member of the party. They were aggressive and evil.
The Elves: The Elves just wanted to be left alone. They saw the Dwarves intrusion as an attack - or begging. When the Dwarves fled Erebor, they were well known to be beggars. Very few trusted them, and no one less than Elves.
The Men: The men saw the Dwarves return as an good omen, since most of them were descendants of the lost town of Dale. They assumed the Dwarves knew how to get rid of the dragon. After the Dragon was slain, they felt that the Dwarves should compensate them, but the Dwarves were too greedy.
Smaug is a dragon, and the main antagonist.
The main antagonist in The Lord of the Rings is Sauron. Saruman also serves as an antagonist. The servants of these are mainly orcs, but include the Nazgul (ringwraiths) and other individuals, like the Mouth of Sauron. The antagonist in The Silmarillion is Melkor/Morgoth, the evil Valar. In The Hobbit, Smaug is the main antagonist, but the goblins of the Misty Mountains, the Wargs and the Wood Elves are also significant opponents,
There are many. J.R.R. Tolkien doesn't give a direct antagonist but rather gives obstacles for the hobbit and dwarves to encounter. E.g: spiders, trolls, goblins, wargs, Smaug. Figuratively speaking, the antagonist would be the fact that the creatures don't "Know Thy Self", as Smaug died because of that. Another could be greed and darkness and vanity.
In The Hobbit, there is no continuous antagonist. Instead the narrative takes the protagonist (Bilbo) and his friends from one dangerous situation to another, with multiple threats throughout. These include the Trolls, the Goblins, the wolves, the Spiders of Mirkwood, the Wood-elves, Smaug and then multiple enemies in the Battle of Five Armies.
Gollum did not appear in the Desolation of Smaug becuase Gollum was more Lord of the Rings than the Hobbit and the reason he was in the Unexpected Journey was becuase thats when Bilbo fell into his cave and found the ring and had riddles with him as Gollum only appears in the riddles in the dark part of the Hobbit and Gollum also did not leave his cave untill the Hunt For Gollum and another thing the Hobbit trilogy has Smaug as the antagonist just like the Lord of the Rings trilogy has Gollum as the antagonist
There are many orcs in The Hobbit. The main antagonist amongst the orcs, however, is Azog the White Orc, who killed Thorin's father.No but jackson has him in the movie anyway it sucks
the description of a hobbit is that they like nothing out of the ordinary yet bilbo goes on a giant adventure as is the story "the hobbit"
There isn't a concrete antagonist.
The trolls in the book 'The Hobbit' look clumsy with protruding bellies and long limbs.
He lives in the misty mountains. He used to be a hobbit-like creature, but when he got hold of the ring, it changed him.
the antagonist is the person who is getting in the way of the protagonists(main character) dreams, kind of like a villain
Absolutley! you might be interested in the Hobbit. Tolkien was inspired to write The Hobbit thanks to Beowulf.
Smaug doesn't recognize the scent of Hobbit, although he knows what dwarves and men smell like.
1)The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey(2012), 2)The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug(2013) 3)The Hobbit: There and Back Again(2014) this is the order of the hobbit series.
The Hobbit movies in order: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The antagonist in the Hills Like White Elephants has to oppose the Protagonist, who is Jig. Thus, the antagonist has to be the American, who is ,throughout the entire story, against Jig in a very subtle yet decisive way. Hope this helps!
Balin was "a very old-looking dwarf with a white beard and a scarlet hood." (The Hobbit, chapter 1.)
There is no resurrection in The Hobbit. However, there are certain aspects of a resurrection like story in the escape from the goblin caves and the escape from the elven dungeon.
The Hobbit and Wheel of Time
Rivendell, just like in LOTR
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit from the story The Hobbit.
Yes, Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit.
An antagonist, in medicine, is something that counteracts and/or blocks the function of something else. So an adenosine antagonist is something that blocks the effects of adenosine (like caffeine). *To block the goal of a protagonist*
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
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