In ‘The Hobbit’, there are many wonderfully interesting characters who help fill the novel with life.
‘The Hobbit,’ or ‘There and Back Again’ was published in September of 1937. It was received with rave reviews and was nominated for several awards, including the Carnegie Medal.
Throughout ‘The Hobbit,’ J.R.R. Tolkien crafts a story of adventure, bravery, heroism, greed, and loss.
‘The Hobbit’ is a children’s fantasy novel published in 1937. It is one of the best-known and best-loved novels of the genre.
‘The Hobbit’ is one of J.R.R. Tolkien’s best-known works.
Within ‘The Hobbit,’ J.R.R. Tolkien taps into a number of interesting themes, uses powerful symbols of courage and history, and makes use of figurative language in new and memorable ways.