The Hobbit Bilbo Character Analysis

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“What is a hero? Is a hero someone who has a super power? Is a hero a fictional character who fights battles against the evil? Or is a hero an ordinary person who continuously cares for the well-being of others and is always finding a way to help others. In my opinion, a hero is someone that takes risks when faced with a problem and helps others in the goodness of their hearts. Not to mention a hero is also someone who can give strength to others and save someone who is in danger.But how do these “hero’s” become this way? Are they born with their “powers” or are they shaped into heroes by their allies? In the story, The Hobbit Bilbo learns to become a hero’s only by the journey he takes and the choices he makes.
Hero’s that learn to become a hero along the way don’t have an unusual birth. In The Hobbit Bilbo never had an unusual birth but, lived as a normal hobbit. In the beginning of The Hobbit, we meet our main character and our Hero, Bilbo Baggins. His life is pretty boring he is afraid of adventure and the outside world. Before the hero can go on his journey they must get a call to adventure. Bilbo’s call to adventure begins when Gandalf, a long-time family friend, appears on Bilbo's doorstep mentioning an
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In The Hobbit Smaug's attacks Bilbo, the dwarves, and the men of Laketown is when everything was about to be over. For a hero to be made they must make a sacrifice. For example, when Bilbo gave the Arkenstone to the elves he thought about other even though it could have cost him his life. The When all seems lost, Bilbo is able to pass Smaug's weakness by having the dragon reveal that his scales had a weak spot near the heart. After, this journey a true hero can be made. The final part to becoming a hero is to confront death or face their greatest fear. In The Hobbit Bilbo defeats Smaug they went through the secret entrance to the gold and laying there was everything that Gandalf said and

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