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The Hobbit

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Liam Brennan

on 18 February 2013

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Transcript of The Hobbit

The Hobbit Lonely Mountain misty mountains "Dark and drear it looked, though there were patches of sunlight on its brown sides, and behind its shoulders the tips of snow-peaked gleamed " (pg. 43) “Now they could all see the Lonely Mountain towering grim and tall before them.” pg 182 "This is a story of long ago..." (pg. 1) " It was getting bitter cold up here,
and the wind came shrill among
the rock " (pg. 52) The Shire Bilbo Wilderland "It seemed a fair size, not too large and not too
mysterious " (pg. 58) “smooth-floored and smooth-sided” pg 192 "A bitter easterly breeze blew with a threat of oncoming winter” pg217 Smaug “There he lay, a vast red golden dragon, fast asleep; a thrumming came from his jaws and nostrils, and wisps of smoke, but his fires were low in slumber.” -J.R.R.Tolken pg. 213 "my armor is like tenfold shields, my teeth are swords, my claws spears, the shock of my tail is a thunderbolt, my wings a hurricane, and my breath death!”-smaug pg.224 “ Revenge! Revenge! The king under the mountain is dead and where are his kin to seek revenge? Girion lord of Dale is dead, and I have eaten his people like wolf among sheep. And where are his sons’ sons that dare approach me? I kill where I wish
and none dare resist.”-smaug pg. 224 "There in the shadows on a large flat stone
sat a tremendous goblin with a huge head."
p.59 The great goblin "The great goblin gave an awful howl of rage when he looked at it, and all his soldiers gnashed their teeth, clashed their shields, and stamped."p.60 "He was in such a rage he jumped off
his seat and himself rushed at Thorin
with his mouth open."p.61 "Slash them! Beat them! Bite them!
Gnash them! Take them to dark holes
full of snakes, and never let them see
the light again!"P61 Wood - elves " Boulders, too, at times came galloping down the mountainsides, let loose by mid day sun upon the snow, and passed among them, or over their heads" (pg. 55) Laketown L J.R.R. Tolken Credits Character PR rep 1 Smaug, Owen, layout designer. Character PR rep 2 Charlie, Great Goblin, Quality checker. Location scout 1 Liam, Misty Mountains, Director. Location scout 2 Andrew, lonely mountain, Time keeper.
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