The Motivation Of Bilbo's Adventure

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Bilbo never wanted part in the adventure, he could care less about the gold and just wanted to stay home " 'We don 't want any adventures here, thank you! You might try over The Hill or across The Water. ' By this he meant that the conversation was at an end." () His motivation for accompanying them was that he wanted to prove himself to the dwarves. Ever since the first chapter, Bilbo 's abilities had been underestimated by the dwarves because he was a Hobbit and looked " '…more like a grocer than a burglar! ' " () Even though Gandalf has said many times that he is more than he seems, the dwarves just saw him as a burden. All this peer pressure gave Bilbo motivation to participate. "He was very much alarmed, as well as disgusted; he wished

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