Medievalism, Fantasy And Modernity In The Hobbit And The Lord Of The Rings

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SUMMER PROJECT ON Medievalism, Fantasy and Modernity in J.R.R Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in English Submitted by: Submitted to: Shalini Panchal Mr. Antriksh Panchal Enrollment no.: A0706113123 Assistant Professor…show more content…
Tolkien knows how is going to developed this print- oral text building the direction of the story from the beginning. The tale structure is a clear example of a medieval and classical text, that is, it has some canons which medieval plot works have, Tolkien starts The Hobbit narration by saying “ In a hole in the ground there lived….”, which create a parallelism that clarify the question. Bilbo Baggins represent linearity in this novel because, in addition he is the main character, he is the tale driver thread so if we make him disappear from the literary context, the novel would have no sense becoming in a fantastic whole of tales without a real manifest. The tale started in a hobbit’s hole, it continues in a Middle Earth guided travel and, finally, it finishes in the starter point after umpteenth adventures. In this sense, we can assert Bilbo is tangible character despite of he represents linear life as we have and, for this reason, he is J.R.R Tolkien representation in the novel. Linearity of The Hobbit is not a innovatory narrative element, but it is present in every written text. Linear narration has been used from different ways to discover more things about

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