Hobbit Sentence Examples
Tolkien's plans with respect to the MiddleEarth universe he created in both the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings weren't so easy to codify.
He is a hobbit of means; at least, no occupation is ever specified, so we are left with the impression of a 'gentlehobbit' that need not work for a living.
Coming together at Rivendell, our hobbit hero and his friends meet with representatives from many of the world's free races, to discuss and decide on the fate of the Ring.
Several important swords were discovered by heroes in The Hobbit, the briefer 'prequel' to The Lord of the Rings.
This was actually a long knife, but was proportionally 'sword-length' for a hobbit.Advertisement
The Hobbit characters are some of the most beloved of all the Lord of the Rings characters.
Hobbit women have to be very buxom and sexual.
R. Tolkien's, The Hobbit, is perhaps unique in literature.
It is easy to suspect that it was planned that way, that The Hobbit was meant to develop an audience that would be grown up when the larger, denser work was ready for their consumption.
Tolkien's The Hobbit was published in 1937, but was begun much earlier, with one sentence written on the back of a paper.Advertisement
At the time, Tolkien had only the vaguest of ideas what a hobbit even was.
Tolkien's The Hobbit is definitely a children's book, not a 'prequel' for mature readers.
The Hobbit's Smaug is one of the exceptions - a dragon that must be slain so that his plunder and home can be reclaimed from those he stole it from.
Hobbit Pippin is with wizard Gandalf as they reach Minas Tirith, the capital city of Gondor, which leads the war against Mordor.
Hobbit Merry is with the Rohirrim as they prepare to ride to Gondor to the aid of their ancient allies.Advertisement
The Golden Compass along with other literary favorites like The Chronicles of Narnia as well as Lord of the Rings, specifically The Hobbit, can all be seen as having roots in politics and religion.
The plot in The Fellowship of the Ring is centered around an ancient ring in the possession of a Hobbit named Frodo Baggins.
Fans were happy to learn that two more Hobbit movies were slated for filming in New Zealand, however as of October 2010, producers have run into problems dealing with union disputes.
The Hobbit characters are the first of the major players to be introduced to moviegoers in the film adaptation of The Fellowship of the Ring.
Bilbo Baggins was first featured in The Hobbit.Advertisement
A curious and wise Hobbit, Bilbo enjoyed many adventures including one with Gandalf that took him deep into the mountains where he discovered the One Ring.
Ancient, even by Hobbit standards, it was the One Ring that kept Bilbo young and vigorous.
The creature was once a Hobbit, but after five hundred years in possession of the One Ring, he has become a shadow of his former self, twisted and seemingly evil.
At the end of the Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit characters are highly regarded by the other races for their courageous self-sacrifice.
Eowyn sneaks into battle wearing a disguise and carries Merry the Hobbit with her.Advertisement
It eventually was lost, found by a young hobbit named Smeagol.
The Lord of the Rings follows the journey of Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, Pippin Took and Merrygold Brandybuck as they leave the Shire (Hobbit land) at the urging of Gandalf the Grey (a wizard).
Sam and Frodo separated from the others to protect them from the power of the ring, and spent the next two novels fighting their way to Mordor, going further than any Hobbit before them.
He fell victim to assassins and the ring drifted away from his body and lay forgotten in the bottom of a lake until a hobbit named Sméagol found it.
Its corruption twisted him until he was unrecognizable as a hobbit and became known only as Gollum.
The young warrior from Gondor attacked Frodo to take it away, nearly killing the hobbit.
The young Hobbit wants nothing more than to live in the Shire and enjoy his life, but to protect his people and his friends, he accepts Gandalf's charge to carry the Ring away, lest the Enemy destroy the Shire for it.
Tolkien cleverly uses the construct of Bilbo's 'eleventy-first' birthday party bash to transition the tone, from the avucular jokey one he used in The Hobbit, to one more appropriate for the telling of an Epic High Fantasy Quest.