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The Hobbit/ The Fellowship of the Ring

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Rylee Smith

on 4 March 2013

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IRP Presentation by Rylee The Hobbit vs. The Fellowship Of The Ring The Hobbit Summary Conclusion The main character is a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins.
He wanted to stay in his hobbit-hole, but Gandalf and the dwarves came along. They wanted to get their gold back from Smaug, the dragon.
So Bilbo helped them get back the gold. Frodo Baggins is the nephew and heir of Bilbo Baggins
He wanted to live a nice life as a normal hobbit, but Sauron is rising to try to get the Ring of Power.
So, Frodo and the Fellowship of The Ring must journey to Mordor to destroy the ring. The Fellowship of the Ring Summary 1. Author: JRR Tolkien 10 Similarities The Hobbit 10 Differences Book Reviews The Hobbit Quote The Hobbit Object The Hobbit Literary Devices The Fellowship Quote The Fellowship Object The Fellowship Literary Devices Bilbo Baggins “There is nothing like looking, if you want to find something. You certainly usually find something, if you look, but it is not always quite the something you were after.” I chose this because it summarizes the book: Bilbo was searching for gold and he did find it but he found something even more valuable and powerful- the ring. I chose a golden dollar for my object. It symbolizes the gold that was the cause for Bilbo, Gandalf and the dwarves' quest. 1. They had escaped the dungeons of the king and were through the wood, but whether alive or dead still remains to be seen: suspense 2. Wriggling along the branch (which made all the dwarves dance and dangle like ripe fruit) he reached the first bundle: simile (like) 3. Occasionally a slender beam of sun that had the luck to slip in through some opening in the leaves far above, and still more luck in not being caught in the tangled boughs and matted twigs beneath, stabbed down thin and bright before them: personification 4. Roads go ever on/ Over rock and under tree/ By caves where never sun has shone/ By streams that never find the sea : verse 5. On they went, Gollum flip-flapping ahead, hissing and cursing; Bilbo behind going as softly as a hobbit can: onomatopoeia 6. Soon there came the sound of "Lazy Lob" and "Attercop" from the trees away on the right: alliteration Frodo Baggins “Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens.” I chose this quote because it is about sticking together through the darkest of times, and that is what the Fellowship did: even when all the might of Sauron and the temptation of the ring was trying to turn them against each other, the Fellowship stuck together. 1. They said farewell to Nob and Bob: consonance (-ob) 2. It is like lightning that leaps from the hilltops: simile (like) 3. There were thousands of them, and they squeaked all round, neek-breek, breek-neek, unceasingly all the night until the hobbits were nearly frantic: onomatopoeia 4. But from the West has come no word/ And on the Hither Shore/ No tidings Elven-folk have heard/Of Amroth evermore: verse 5. "Stand still!" he cried. "Do not move or speak": suspense 6. There was no echo or answer though the wood seemed to be more crowded and watchful than ever: personification I chose a ring as my object because The Fellowship of The Ring is about bringing the Ring to Mordor. Review of The Hobbit Review of The Fellowship Of The Ring I liked this book because it had the same Middle Earth setting as The Hobbit. However, it was a very slow read. I enjoyed both books a lot, however I liked The Hobbit a little better because it was not as slow and had a conclusive ending. I liked The Hobbit because it was a fun story with a good ending and a very fun world that draws you in. I liked how even though it had an ending, you still want to read more. 2. Genre: Fantasy 3. Setting: Middle Earth 4. Characters: Gandalf, Bilbo, and Elrond 5. Locations: The Shire, Troll Caves, Rivendell 6. Species: Hobbits, Dwarves, Elves, Men, Orcs 7. Plot: They are going on a dangerous journey 8. Object: The Ring of Power 9. Neither main character wanted an adventure 10. People thought both Frodo and Bilbo were odd or a little crazy. The Fellowship of the Ring Locations: Mirkwood, Erebor Moria, Weathertop Characters: Thorin, Beorn Aragorn, Legolas Quest: Reclaim gold Get ring to Mordor Resolution: Finished story Has a sequel Path: Through Mirkwood The Hobbit The Fellowship Differences Continued Down the Anduin Dangers: Trolls, Spiders Black Riders, Saruman Events: Escaping the elves, fighting Smaug Escaping the Black Riders, fighting the Balrog Differences Continued Time: The Fellowship is about 60 years after the Hobbit The Hobbit The Fellowship Of The Ring Wizards: Gandalf Gandalf, Sauron and Saruman Number of People: 14 in Thorin's group 9 in the Fellowship 9.5/10 8/10
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