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Transcript of "The Hobbit"
"The Hobbit" is a humorous, attention captivating, and filled with adventure. I would have to agree that it is a classic. Everyone needs to experience the joy of reading this book. Even though the character's species are fantasy, every character is very believable. The struggles and plot of the story is feels realistic in this fantasy. I personally thought that this book was done really well. The author really sold me on the story with his descriptive writing. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. Series Theme You will grow the most as a person and find yourself, at the hardest and least expected time. Awards Mythopoeic Scholarship Award Author Biography John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was born in Bloemfontein, South Africa, on
January 3, 1892. Although he was born in South Africa, he grew up in England. After going to Exenter Collage and getting degrees in Anglo-Saxon and Germanic languages and classic literature, he went on to become a college professor. He really had a love for literature. As he taught at Oxford University, Tolkien was also in a writing club named the Inklings. Good friends like C.S. Lewis were also members. His famous career as a writer would start right at Oxford University. As he graded his students papers, not only grades, but a short line about a hobbit would be written down. The rest of his career from then on out was history. Once the hobbit was finished, people had a hunger for J.J.R. Tolkien's stories. Prequel Book One Book Three Book Two New York Herald Tribune, Best Juvenile Story Award Keith Barker Millennium Book Award The Dwarves