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mobi Ð The Hobbit or There and Back Again ô Paperback Ø j.r.r. tolkien Ø [Reading] ➼ The Hobbit or There and Back Again Author J.R.R. Tolkien – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit Not a nasty dirty wet hole filled with the ends of worms and aHobbit or There MOBI #242 a reluctant hero a powerful and dangerous ring and the cruel dragon Smaug the Magnificent The text in this page paperback edition is based on that first published in Great Britain by Collins Modern Classics and includes a note on the text by Douglas A Anderson 610 The Hobbit There and Back Again JRR TolkienThe Hobbit or There and Back Again is a fantasy novel by English author J R R Tolkien It was published on 21 September 1937 to wide critical acclaim being nominated for the Carnegie Medal and awarded a prize from the New York Herald Tribune for best juvenile fiction The book remains popular and is recognized as a classic in children's literatureGandalf tricks Bilbo Baggins into hosting a party for Thorin Oakenshield and his band of dwarves who sing of reclaiming the Lonely Mountain and its vast treasure from the dragon Smaug When the music ends Gandalf unveils Thrór's map showing a secret door into the Mountain and proposes that the dumbfounded Bilbo serve as the expedition's burglar The dwarves ridicule the idea but Bilbo indignant joins despite himselfThe group travels into the wild where Gandalf saves the company from trolls and leads them to Rivendell where Elrond reveals secrets from the map When they attempt to cross the Misty Mountains they are caught by goblins and driven deep underground Although Gandalf rescues them Bilbo gets separated from the others as they flee the goblins Lost in the goblin tunnels he stumbles across a mysterious ring and then encounters Gollum who engages him in a game of riddles As a reward for solving all riddles Gollum will show him the path out of the tunnels but if Bilbo fails his life will be forfeit With the help of the ring which confers invisibility Bilbo escapes and rejoins the dwarves improving his reputation with them The goblins and Wargs give chase but the company are saved by eagles before resting in the house of Beorn تاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه نوامبر سال 2004 میلادیعنوان هابیت آنجا و بازگشت دوباره؛ جیآرآر تالکین؛ موضوع ادبیات فانتزی نویسندگان انگلستان برای نوجوانان؛ سده 20 ممترجمهای هابیت، خانمها و آقایان رضا علیزاده؛ نازنین پوریان؛ سپیده حبیبی؛ فرزاد فرید؛ شاهده سعیدی؛ پریا آقاسی بیگ؛ ماه منیر فتحی؛ و ؛ هستندنمیدانم چندبار این «هابیت» را خوانده ام، همیشه تا نام «بیلبو» را میشنوم، پرواز میکنم، لابد شمایان هم فیلمش را دیده اید؛ «هابیت»‌ها گونه‌ ای از موجودات خیالی، در رمان‌های «تالکین» هستند، که در سرزمین میانه و «شایر» زندگی می‌کنند؛ «هابیت‌»ها نخستین بار در کتاب «هابیت تالکین» مطرح شدند؛ شخصیت اصلی این داستان، «بیلبو بگینز»، هابیتی ست که ماجراهایی دارد؛ شخصیت اصلی مجموعه ی «ارباب حلقه‌ ها»، «فرودو بگینز» نیز یک «هابیت» است؛ در «کتاب هابیت»، «تالکین»، «هابیت»‌ها را موجوداتی کوچک، توصیف می‌کند، که نصف قد انسانها را دارند، لباس‌هایی به رنگ روشن می‌پوشند، کفش به پا نمی‌کنند کف پاهایشان به طور طبیعی پوستی همچون چرم دارد و پاهایشان پوشیده از موهای ضخیم، و مجعد است؛ از نظر اخلاقی، «تالکین»، «هابیت»‌ها را، موجوداتی «خوشرو»، «خوش خوراک»، و به دور از ماجراجویی، توصیف می‌کندنقل برگردان شعری از کتاب هابیت تالکین باد در خلنگ زار ِ پژمرده میوزیداما در جنگل هیچ برگی بر درخت نمیجنبیدشب و روز، سایه آنجا را گرفته بودو موجودات اهریمنی، خاموش به زیر درختان خزیدندباد از کوهستان سرد وزیدن گرفتو همچون موج غرید و غلطیدشاخه ها آه کشیدند و جنگل نالیدو برگ درختان بر روی خاک ریختباد از غرب، راه شرق در پیش گرفتو هر جنبشی در جنگل فرومرداما رها شد صدای زوزه اشخشن و گوشخراش، در سرتاسر مردابهیس هیس علفها برخاست، و منگوله هاشان خم شدجگنها به خش خش درآمدندبر روی آبگیر پر موج، و زیر آسمان سردآنجا که ابرهای پرشتاب، پاره پاره شکافتندبر تنها کوه برهنه گذر کردو برفراز کنام اژدها وزیدآنجا، سیاه و تاریک، افتاده بود، تخته سنگهای بی روحو دودی به هوا برخاستجهان را وداع گفت، و به آسمان پرگشوداز فراز دریاهای پهناور شبانهماه برفراز تندباد بادبان کشیدو اخگر ستاره ها، در برابر دم آن برافروختپایان نقل از ص 190، و 191، کتابتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 28051399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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JRR Tolkien’s own children The Hobbit met with instant critical acclaim when it was first published in Now recognized as a timeless classic this introduction to the hobbit Bilbo Baggins the wizard Gandalf Gollum and the spectacular world of Middle earth recounts of the adventures of What makes The Hobbit such a seminal work in the fantasy genre Is it the nine hours of over budget sensorially explosive movies by Peter Jackson Nope Is it a complex tale of multiple human kingdoms slaughtering each other for an Iron Throne with buckets of blood and guts and plenty of sex Nope Is it simply wonderful writing As simple and boring as that Does that mean that I was incredibly disappointed in the movie adaptation not to say abortion Yep Does that mean I don't love Game of Thrones books and TV shows No they are great too But the seminal work the Divine Comedy that created the language and inspiration for George RR Martin as Dante created Italian from the common vernacular in Florence and Ravenna was The Hobbit The book even for a slow reader is most likely able to be finished in 13 the time that Peter Jackson spent telling the story in 70mm film Unlike Peter Jackson's version there are no orcs and the element of danger is psychological than psychical Bilbo Baggins is battling his fears and his provincialism and growing up The Hobbit should be read as the Odyssey of Middle Earth a voyage of self learning and maturation that is about the monsters in Bilbo's imagination than those encountered in his baptismal voyage into the unknown with Gandalf Gandalf Honestly would there EVER have been a Dumbledore had there not been a Gandalf Did any Tolkien reader NOT picture Gandalf when Rowlings talked about Dumbledorf in the first Harry Potter bookBilbo does encounter some monsters and even outsmarts Smaug the Dragon wow I mean what a perfect name for a dragon More evocative than Drogon Rhaegal and Viserion in my opinion and again would they even have existed had Smaug not preceded them and he saves Middle Earth before returning to the Shire He is not the same person he was before leaving He is Ulysses without a Penelope waiting for him unless his pipe is secretly called Penelope in his expanded imagination or his Penelope is a symbol of his vast library in Rivendell In literature there is nothing uite like the Hobbit in its simplicity and beauty and its symbolic voyage we are of course introduced to the elves the humans the dwarvesbut they are all on the outskirts of the story The Hobbit is about one small hobbit fighting his greatest fearsand winningFino's Tolkien ReviewsThe HobbitThe Fellowship of the Ring LOTR 1The Two Towers LOTR 2The Return of the King LOTR 3Lord of the Rings 1 3 General Comments and ObservationsRaymond Edward's Tolkien biography

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The Hobbit or There and Back AgainIn a hole in the ground there or There Epub #222 lived a hobbit Not a nasty dirty wet hole filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell nor yet a dry bare sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat it was a hobbit hole and The Hobbit PDFEPUBthat means comfortWritten for Dear Tolkien fans please don't leave a comment if you're going to spew hatred I'll just delete it I'm glad you enjoy Tolkien's work but I am actually allowed to feel this way no matter how scandalous you find that idea Thank you To be fair it really is a cool story Mr Tolkien’s imagination is endless and I respect him immensely for that To be able to conjure a whole new magical world and all these creatures in it absolutely amazing But it is also a very long winded story and I found myself struggling to get the job done Reading is not supposed to be a job; it’s supposed to be fun and relaxing For me The Hobbit was not an engaging story – I was distracted constantly and kept missing paragraphs The story in itself is pretty great but the way it is told makes the magic disappear I am not uite sure how to explain Maybe it was the way it was written or the fact that they take a long time before anything happens I should also mention the highly anticlimactic end of Smaug and the fact that I can’t tell any of the dwarves apart And the songs Dear Merlin the songs I felt like I was in a ruddy musicalI’m sad that I didn’t like it as much I wish I did In any case still a cool story