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The Hobbit

Dear readers, here we are providing The Hobbit PDF to all of you. The Hobbit is a children’s fantasy novel that was originally published on 21 September 1937. This novel was originally written in English. The Hobbit is very popular in the Novel, Children’s literature, Fantasy Fiction, High fantasy, and Epic genres.

The Hobbit was written by J. R. R. Tolkien. The full name of J. R. R. Tolkien is John Ronald Reuel Tolkien CBE FRSL. He was born on 3 January 1892, in Bloemfontein, Orange Free State South Africa. He has written several best-known novels including The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, and Unfinished Tales.

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The Hobbit is a tale of high fantasy that recounts the adventures of Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit, who is one day pressed and cajoled into joining up with a party of dwarves—13 of them to be exact—who are venturing out into the wilderness to the far North in order to take back their ancestral home and kingdom under the Lonely Mountain. Their kinsmen were slain many years ago by the fearsome dragon Smaug, who proceeded to kill all who opposed him, lay waste to the surrounding areas, and sequester the vast store of treasure under the mountain.

The leader of the dwarves is Thorin (son of Thrain, son of Thror) whose throne has been empty for many years and who intends on returning to the mountain as the rightful king and heir to the throne; he will use a map, composed by his grandfather, that Gandalf had finally returned to him.

Setting out from Bilbo’s house under the hill within the shire, the party of travelers—including the wizard Gandalf, who has been the instigator of the whole affair up to this point—are almost immediately beset by obstacles and enemies. First encountering a trio of trolls who wish to make supper of Bilbo and the dwarves, they narrowly escape and proceed to make their way to Rivendell, the home of Elrond and the elves, who happily give aid and rest to the travelers before they embark on the greater part of their journey.

Leaving Rivendell, the company attempt to scale the Misty Mountains when they are kidnapped by goblins and brought underground to the tunnels, where Bilbo discovers a powerful magic ring that grants him the power of invisibility. Escaping the grasp of the creature Gollum, to whom the ring belonged, Bilbo finds his way out of the goblin tunnels and reunites with the dwarves, who have themselves only just escaped the tunnels.

Author J. R. R. Tolkien
Illustrator J. R. R. Tolkien
Cover artist J. R. R. Tolkien
Country United Kingdom
Language English
  • High fantasy
  • Juvenile fantasy
Set in Middle-earth
Publisher George Allen & Unwin (UK)
Publication date
21 September 1937
Pages 310 (first edition)
OCLC 1827184
LC Class PR6039.O32 H63
Followed by The Lord of the Rings

Soon after their narrow escape from the tunnels, they are beset by a pack of Wargs, wild wolves of terrific size, who drive them into the forest and up into the tree canopy where the party is fortunately rescued by the giant, wild Eagles who carry them away to safety. From there, Gandalf leads the company to the house of Beorn, who can take the shape of either a man or a mythically large bear.

Beorn stocks them with provisions for their journey through Mirkwood forest, and Gandalf leaves them to traverse the wood alone as he ventures off on a different errand. Once in Mirkwood, the company defeats a clan of giant spiders, escapes from the dungeons of the wood elves, and rides a collection of barrels down the river to Lake-town (also known as Esgaroth).

Here, they are greeted as champions and sent off on their way to the Lonely Mountain, where they use Thorin’s map to find a secret door into the side of the mountain. Bilbo uses the magic ring to sneak into Smaug’s lair, stealing a golden cup and taking note of the fact that there is a weak spot in Smaug’s armor on his chest, which he reports to the band of dwarves outside.

Once Smaug realizes that he was burgled, he leaves the mountain in a rage and attacks Lake-town, where a man, Bard, slays him with a special black arrow. Once the townspeople realize that Smaug no longer guards the mountain treasure, they venture out to the mountain gates (along with the elves) to demand a portion of the treasure.

Thorin refuses, and the various groups prepare to go to war. Bilbo attempts to defuse the situation by offering a precious gem (known as the Arkenstone) to Bard and the Elvenking, hoping the latter two can use the stone as a bargaining chip with Thorin. However, the goblin hordes descend upon the mountain before anything can be done, and the armies of the men, elves, and dwarves do battle with the goblins and the wild wolves.

Ultimately, the goblin hordes are killed and subdued, but many die in battle, including Thorin. After the battle, Thorin’s cousin Dain is enthroned in the Lonely Mountain, Bard rebuilds the town by the lake, and Gandalf and Bilbo return home via the valley of Rivendell, arriving home more than a year after initially setting out on their journey. Bilbo is a changed person, rich in gold and in friendship; the other hobbits consider Bilbo to be a strange chap, but Bilbo spends the next few years recording his memoirs, which he entitles “There and Back Again,” providing the in-world source for the tale of The Hobbit.

About The Author of The Hobbit PDF

Born John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
3 January 1892
Bloemfontein, Orange Free State
Died 2 September 1973 (aged 81)
Bournemouth, Hampshire, England
  • Author
  • academic
  • philologist
  • poet
Nationality English
Alma mater Exeter College, Oxford
  • Fantasy
  • high fantasy
  • mythopoeia
  • translation
  • literary criticism
Notable works
  • The Hobbit
  • The Lord of the Rings
  • The Silmarillion
  • Unfinished Tales
Edith Bratt (m. 1916d. 1971)
  • John Francis (1917–2003)
  • Michael Hilary (1920–1984)
  • Christopher John (1924–2020)
  • Priscilla Anne (1929–2022)

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