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Laden1 Morgan Laden Period7 English1-2 5/4/16 The Hobbit- Short Essay Answers #5) The title, Out of the Frying-pan into the fire, in real world terms it means that you leave a bad situation thinking that you can find a better one, only to find yourself in a worse situation. In attempt at putting ourselves in a better situation, we find ourselves in much more trouble. As soon as Bilbo escapes from the Goblins, he finds himself lost and on the other side of the entire mountain. Although him being lost right off the bat- "Bilbo had escaped the goblins, but he did not know where he was. He had lost hood, cloak, food, pony, his buttons and his friends." (Tolkien,96) is not the big picture of the chapter, it is an example of leaving a bad situation and ending up in another one. The main focus of the chapter is that they escaped from the goblins and defeated the Great Goblin king, but then they were faced with The Wargs. "All of a sudden they heard a howl away downhill, a long shuddering howl."(Tolkien,103) #7)
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  • Fall '17
  • KATHRYN TRAVERS
  • The Hobbit, Frodo Baggins, Bilbo Baggins, One Ring

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