How Does Bilbo Change In The Hobbit

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Characters: The main character in the book is the Hobbit Bilbo Baggins. He is asked through the 13 dwarfs and Gandalf to be the burglar of the company. He has to steal the Arkenstone from the dragon Smaug, who claims the mountain named Erebor, and to help the dwarfs by their quest to reclaim the mountain. Bilbo changes throughout the book, so changes his understanding of the world around him, his sense of adventure, and his desire to live a comfortable life in his warm Hobbit hole. At the beginning of the book, he doesn’t care what’s outside of The Shire. But when the end of the book is near, Bilbo’s view to the world outside the Shire has changed, and he has an understanding of different creatures he met: orcs, goblins, elves, dwarves, trolls, and Gollum (a slimy creature who is as dark as darkness except for his two big round pale blue eyes in his thin face).…show more content…
First, Gandalf had to give Bilbo a little push into going on this adventure, and at the end, Bilbo became more courageous, because he had to fight against goblins and spiders, he must confront Smaug, and he played a game of riddles with Gollum to not to be eaten. And Bilbo has learned how to make sacrifices: he had to step out of his comfort zone to rescue the dwarves from the spiders and the Wood elves. But he’s a Hobbit who will always love his Hobbit hole and his six meals a

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