The Hobbit Journal

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There are two reasons I decided to read The Hobbit. One was because it was recommended to me by my sister, who also readthis novel when she was my age. She said that it's a great book if you enjoy adventures. And adventures are my preferred sort of literature to read. The other reason was it was on the California Standard reading list as well as one of the choices on the book list.
As I began to read a few pages of the novel, I have to admit I was not much interested. However as the story progressed, I started to enjoy the book. Thefirst pages of the novel just tell you about hobbits and about Bilbo Baggins' relatives. Later on Bilbo is part of an adventure to the misty mountains with Gandalf and 13 other dwarves and has a near fatal encounter with three trolls.
This work is written in third person and sound as though it is a story being told aloud. In The Hobbit, the narrator often interrupts himself to make little asides. The narrator usually follows the story through the eyes of the hobbits. This serves as two purposes. One, the hobbit I generally considered to be a representative of the modern world, and two, following the story from the hobbit's point of view makes the hobbit's the heroes of the book. This way the author shows the importance of ordinary people and what makes them so special.
At this point, my favorite character would be Bilbo Baggins because he reminds me the most of me. I, similar to Bilbo, never do anything out of the ordinary and neither am fond of adventures. However, when the opportunity shows up I'll take it. And like Bilbo, change for the better.
"We are plain and quiet folk and have no use for adventures. Nasty disturbing uncomfortable things make you late for dinner. I can't see what anyone sees in them."
I believe this passage is ironic because Bilbo says he hates adventures and he ends up joining Gandalf in an