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The Hobbit

The HobbitJ.R.R. Tolkien
Omniscient third-person the author expresses the thoughts of many characters
fantasy characters such as goblins, elves, and dragons show that the novel is
Gandalf Bilbo Baggins is recruited to take part in the adventure by
desire for gold Thorin's reluctance to come to terms with the men and elves at the end of the novel develops the theme of
Gollum "Curse us and crush us, my precious is lost."
Beorn "Killed the Great Goblin, killed the Great Goblin!"
Smaug "Well, thief! I smell you and I feel your air. I hear your breath. Come along! Help yourself again, there is plenty and to spare!"
Bilbo Baggins "Brother burgling and everything to do with it!"
Gandalf "There is a lot more in him than you guess, and a deal more than he has any idea of himself."
irony Thorin Oakenshield dies just when his victory seems assured. This is an example of_
foreshadowing The author uses Bilbo's meeting with Gollum as an example of __
symbolism The author does not use poems in the novel as examples of_
dialect The author uses one of the trolls' observations about their diet, "Mutton yesterday, mutton today, and blimey, if it don't look like mutton again tomorrer," as an example of __
personification The author's reference to the language used by the wolves is an example of __
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