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The Hobbit chapter 6

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Transcript of The Hobbit chapter 6

Out of The Frying-Pan Into The Fire
The Hobbit: Chapter 6
The Hobbit chapter 6
Out of the frying-pan into the fire
Favorite Quotes
Summary
Bilbo has made it to the other side of the Misty Mountains, he finds Gandalf and the Dwarves, the hobbit explains how he made his way out of the mountain. However, he doesn't talk about magic ring. Gandalf says that they sould be moving again since only the sunlight is keeping the goblins from coming after them. Evening comes as they pass through a grove of trees. Suddenly, they hear the howling of wolves and barely have time to scurry up into the trees before the wolves descend upon them. The beasts are actually wolf like creatures called Wargs. The goblins begin to arrive and, laughing at the company’s predicament, light fires under the trees in which Gandalf, the dwarves, and Bilbo are hiding. Luckily for the company, the Lord of the Eagles has seen the commotion from his roost high in the mountains. With a number of other eagles, he swoops down, picks up the marooned travelers, and flies them to safety.
The day-" it's Thursday "
" other side of the Misty Mountains" They have traveler to the other side of the mountains
" it was Monday night or Tuesday morning that we were captured" They have traveler for days
" too far to the north" They will have to go to the south
" The sun had long gone behind the mountain" The sun had gone down
Behind The Mountains
" Only ridges and slopes falling towards lowland and plains glimpsed occasionally between trees"

" The sun had began to sink westwards" it's sunset

" stony path winding downwards with a rocky wall on the left; on the other side the ground sloped away and there were dells below the level of the path overhung with bushes and low trees. In one of these dells under the bushes people were talking."
http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/hobbit/section4.rhtml
Eagles and Lord Of The Goblins
L.O.T.E. is their leader
Eagles have keen eyes
L.O.T.E eyes that look the the is sun unblinking
Eagles are not kindly birds
Both live in the North Mountains
Eagles have strong noble heart
The Wargs
Evil wolfs
Can't climb trees
Afraid of fire
Their leader is the Great Grey Wolf
They came to see the goblins

Vocabulary
Foreshadowing
" ...he sat down and told him everything expect about the finding of the ring.."

" ..great goblin-raid had been planing for that every night.."
Figurative Language
Vocabulary
Abominable: repugnant hateful, detestable, loathsome


Clamor: any loud and continued noise



Devour: to swallow or eat up hungrily

http://dictionary.reference.com/
Setting
uncanny: having or seeming to have a supernatural or inexplicable basis



bracken: large fern or brake, especially Pteridium aquiline




Smote: a simple past tense of smite.
Smite: to strike or hit hard, with or as with the hand, a stick, or other weapon
setting
vocab. continued
Character Description
Eyrie: the nest of a bird of prey, as an eagle or a hawk.



Famished: extremely hungry




Content:something that is to be expressed through some medium, as speech, writing, or any of various arts
Figurative Language
"The sun had begun to
SINKING
westwards..." - personification ; page 106
"...a

sea
of bracken..."- personification; page 114
"...tall larch like an enormous Christmas tree..."- Simile; page 116
Bilbo...could not get into ant tree...scuttling about from trunk to trunk, like a rabbit that has lost its hole and has a dog after it"- simile;page 116
Mountain Slope
"...slanting path leading steadily southwards."
" The sun had long gone behind the mountains."
"..no wind.."
"..so dark.."
"..no trees grow."
"..it was warm and not windy."
"..lonely pinnacle of rock at the eastern edge of the mountains."
vocab. continued
"The moon was up and was shining into the clearing."
" All of a sudden there were hunders of eyes looking at them. Still Dori did not let Bilbo down." I like this Quote because it shows danger but Dori doesn't let go of Bilbo
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