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Download livro O Hobbit - J R R Tolkien em Epub, mobi e PDF. A Wizard of Earthsea (eBook) Book Series, Book Club Books, Top Fantasy. VitalSource\ u00ae. loving, unambitious hobbit, who surprises even himself by his Annotated Hobbit (), and J. R. R. Tolkien: “O very well,” said Thorin. “Long ago in my. In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit Written for J.R.R. Tolkien's own children, The Hobbit met with instant critical acclaim when it Oh I'm hilarious.

He takes less than his share, and that that he takes he gives away.

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He is a peacemaker. Though wrongly imprisoned, he bears no grudge and desires no vengeance for the wrongs done to him. Rather he apologizes for stealing food, and offers to repay in recompense far more than he took. Though mistreated, he harbors no enmity.

He never puts himself forward, but he never shirks when others do. How often do we fantasize about being this different sort of hero, and yet how much better we would be if we did? How much better off would we be if we, like Thorin could declare in our hearts, "There is more in you of good than you know, child of the kindly West.

Some courage and some wisdom, blended in measure.

If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. What profit would we really have if we had in great measure the power to 'beat people up good'?

What real use could we put it too?

How much better off would we be individually and as a people if we most desired to be graced with Bilbo's virtues, rather than Achilles speed, strength, and skill with arms? How much less mature does this mere children's book of a well lit-world cause our darker fantasies to seem? Now, I admit I am biased in my review. I read this book 36 times before the age of I broke the spines of three copies of it with continual reading.

Yet in my defense I will say that I'm considered only a moderate fan of the book by many. A narrativa prende muito o leitor Amei o livro!

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At some level, there is little more to say. Enjoy the story as the simple entertainment it was meant to be. Read it to your children and luxuriate in the excitement and joy that shines from their faces.

That's enough. But if it was only simple entertainment, I do not think that it would be anything more than just a good book. Instead, this simple children's story resonates and fascinates. It teases and hints at something larger and grander, and it instructs and lectures as from one of the most subtle intellects without ever feeling like it is instructing, lecturing or being condescending. At its heart, the complaint I opened the review with is just a variation on one of the many nuanced observations Tolkien makes in 'The Hobbit' when he complains that a story of a good time is always too quickly told, but a story of evil times often requires a great many words to cover the events thereof.

How often has that idea fascinated me. Consider also how the story opens, with Bilbo's breezy unreflective manners which are polite in form but not in spirit, and Gandalf's continual meditation on the meaning of 'Good morning. How often do we find ourselves, like Bilbo, saying something we don't really mean and using words to mean something very unlike their plain meaning!

How often do we find ourselves saying, "I don't mean to be rude, but Instead we mean, "I'm going to be rude but I don't want you to think I'm someone who is normally rude Tolkien is able to gently skewer us for our all too human failings, and he does so without adopting any of the cynicism or self-loathing so common with those that seek out to skewer humanity for its so evident failings.

We fantasize about heroes which are strong and comely of form, and we have for as long as we've had recorded literature. Our comic books are filled with those neo-pagan mythic heroes whose exaggerated human virtues always amount to, whatever else may be true of them, 'beats people up good'.

These modern Ajaxs, Helens and Achilles dominate the box office, and I would imagine dominate our internal most private fantasy lives as well.Some quick scattered thoughts on re-reading this classic: It does not make the book bad by any means.

What profit would we really have if we had in great measure the power to 'beat people up good'? These dwarves, who number thirteen, are deeply suspicious and are unwilling to proceed unless their number is rounded up.

That'd make four failed attempts.