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OR. THERE AND BACK. AGAIN loving, unambitious hobbit, who surprises even himself by his Annotated Hobbit (), and J. R. R. Tolkien: A Descriptive. The Hobbit: Or There and Back Again. Home ยท The Hobbit: Or There and Back Again Author: Tolkien John Ronald Reuel. 17 downloads Views 4MB Size . Synopsis: The Hobbit is the unforgettable story of Bilbo, a peace-loving hobbit, who embarks on a strange and magical adventure. A timeless classic.


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He had decided that he was not quite his sort, and wanted him to go away. But the old man did not move. He stood leaning on his stick and gazing at the hobbit without saying anything, till Bilbo got quite uncomfortable and even a little cross. You might try over The Hill or across The Water. Let me see, I don't think I know your name? Bilbo Baggins. And you do know my name, though you don't remember that I belong to it. I am Gandalf, and Gandalf means me!

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To think that I should have lived to be good-morninged by Belladonna Took's son, as if I was selling buttons at the door! Good gracious me! Not the wandering wizard that gave Old Took a pair of magic diamond studs that fastened themselves and never came undone till ordered?

Not the fellow who used to tell such wonderful tales at parties, about dragons and goblins and giants and the rescue of princesses and the unexpected luck of widows' sons?

Not the man that used to make such particularly excellent fireworks! I remember those! Old Took used to have them on Midsummer's Eve. They used to go up like great lilies and snapdragons and laburnums of fire and hang in the twilight all evening! Baggins was not quite so prosy as he liked to believe, also that he was very fond of flowers.

Anything from climbing trees to visiting Elves - or sailing in ships, sailing to other shores! Bless me, life used to be quite inter - I mean, you used to upset things badly in these parts once upon a time. I beg your pardon, but I had no idea you were still in business. You seem to remember my fireworks kindly, at any rate, land that is not without hope.

Indeed for your old grand-father Took's sake, and for the sake of poor Belladonna, I will give you what you asked for. Twice now. My pardon.

I give it you. In fact I will go so far as to send you on this adventure. Very amusing for me, very good for you and profitable too, very likely, if you ever get over it. I don't want any adventures, thank you. Not today.

Good morning! But please come to tea - any time you like!

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Why not tomorrow? Come tomorrow! Wizards after all are wizards. He had only just had break fast, but he thought a cake or two and a drink of something would do him good after his fright.

Gandalf in the meantime was still standing outside the door, and laughing long but quietly. After a while he stepped up, and with the spike of his staff scratched a queer sign on the hobbit's beautiful green front-door. Then he strode away, just about the time when Bilbo was finishing his second cake and beginning to think that he had escape adventures very well.

Yesterday he had been too flustered to do anything of the kind.

Just before tea-time there came a tremendous ring on the front- door bell, and then he remembered! He rushed and put on the kettle, and put out another cup and saucer and an extra cake or two, and ran to the door. It was a dwarf with a blue beard tucked into a golden belt, and very bright eyes under his dark-green hood.

As soon a the door was opened, he pushed inside, just as if he had been expected. There, see how simple that w Some books are almost impossible to review. There, see how simple that was? If you haven't read it, you should, because it is quite enjoyable. At some level, there is little more to say.

Enjoy the story as the simple entertainment it was meant to be. Read it to your children and luxuriate in the excitement and joy that shines from their faces.

That's enough. But if it was only simple entertainment, I do not think that it would be anything more than just a good book. Instead, this simple children's story resonates and fascinates. It teases and hints at something larger and grander, and it instructs and lectures as from one of the most subtle intellects without ever feeling like it is instructing, lecturing or being condescending. At its heart, the complaint I opened the review with is just a variation on one of the many nuanced observations Tolkien makes in 'The Hobbit' when he complains that a story of a good time is always too quickly told, but a story of evil times often requires a great many words to cover the events thereof.

How often has that idea fascinated me. Consider also how the story opens, with Bilbo's breezy unreflective manners which are polite in form but not in spirit, and Gandalf's continual meditation on the meaning of 'Good morning. How often do we find ourselves, like Bilbo, saying something we don't really mean and using words to mean something very unlike their plain meaning! How often do we find ourselves saying, "I don't mean to be rude, but Instead we mean, "I'm going to be rude but I don't want you to think I'm someone who is normally rude Tolkien is able to gently skewer us for our all too human failings, and he does so without adopting any of the cynicism or self-loathing so common with those that seek out to skewer humanity for its so evident failings.

We fantasize about heroes which are strong and comely of form, and we have for as long as we've had recorded literature. Our comic books are filled with those neo-pagan mythic heroes whose exaggerated human virtues always amount to, whatever else may be true of them, 'beats people up good'. These modern Ajaxs, Helens and Achilles dominate the box office, and I would imagine dominate our internal most private fantasy lives as well. Oh sure, the superhero of our fantasy might have superhuman ethics to go along with his superhuman ability to kick butt, attract the opposite sex, and enforce their will upon others, but it is always attached to and ultimately secondary to our fantasy of power and virility.

The Hobbit: Or There and Back Again

How different is Tolkien's protagonist from Heracles, Lancelot, Beowulf, or Batman - short, small, mundane, and weak. Of all the principal characters of the story, he possesses probably the least of that quintessential heroic attribute - martial prowess.

And yet, he is not actually merely an 'average Joe'. Bilbo is just as much an exaggerated idealized hero as Heracles, it's just that those attributes in which Bilbo is almost transcendently inhuman isn't the sort of attributes we normally fantasize about having ourselves.

Bilbo is gentle. He is simple. He is humble.And her magnum opus, Interrupted Music , explores just what it means to set out to create a mythology. Sampai pada suatu hari, seorang lelaki tua bernama Gandalf datang pada Bilbo untuk mengajaknya berpetualang.

[PDF] The Hobbit (or There and Back Again) by Tolkien, J.R.R. published by Houghton Mifflin Books

Bungo, that was Bilbo's father, built the most luxurious hobbit- hole for her and partly with her money that was to be found either under The Hill or over The Hill or across The Water, and there they remained to the end of their days. Problem The research problem can be formulated as follows: 1.

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