Table of Contents
- 1 What happens in chapter 9 in The Hobbit?
- 2 What are Bard’s three topics he desires to discuss with Thorin?
- 3 What message does Bilbo give to the imprisoned dwarves?
- 4 Why did Gandalf choose Bilbo as burglar?
- 5 What are Bilbo’s fathers sayings?
- 6 What is the best piece of treasure that Thorin is looking for the most?
What happens in chapter 9 in The Hobbit?
In Chapter 9 of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, it’s Bilbo’s chance to rescue the group. All of the dwarves are captured by the Elvenking and locked up. Bilbo coordinates an escape. Bilbo snags the keys to their cells and packs all the dwarves into empty wine barrels, and they float out of the cave to freedom.
Is Bilbo a burglar now?
Is Bilbo a burglar now? Bilbo is a burglar now. He does have a few ethical dilemmas about stealing, even when he initially steals Gollum’s ring, and thereafter when he does steal, he only takes the necessities.
What are Bard’s three topics he desires to discuss with Thorin?
Bard’s three topics are that he defeated Smaug, part of the treasure was stolen from Bard’s ancestors, and the people of Laketown needed the gold to rebuild their homes.
What happened in chapter 10 of The Hobbit?
Bilbo helps the dwarves out of the barrels. Thorin, with Fili, Kili, and Bilbo, confronts the town guards and announces that he, the King under the Mountain, has returned and wishes to be taken to their Master. They discover the Master feasting with elves, who recognize their former prisoners.
What message does Bilbo give to the imprisoned dwarves?
So it was that Bilbo was able to take secretly Thorin’s message to each of the other imprisoned dwarves, telling them that Thorin their chief was also in prison close at hand, and that no one was to reveal their errand to the king, not yet, not before Thorin gave the word.
What is Bilbo’s new attitude after killing the spider?
Bilbo experiences a mix of emotions after having killed the spiders, shifting from elatement at their retreat, dread at having to explain the ring, and then self-pride at the dwarves’ praise…and of course, hunger. Bilbo remains hungry throughout the majority of his adventure, much to his unending dissatisfaction.
Why did Gandalf choose Bilbo as burglar?
He knew that they had a hidden sense of cunning and cleverness. Hobbits also get along with other races quite well, as they are free of prejudices. This is why he chose Bilbo as a burglar and also why he had faith in Frodo and Sam, as he knew that only a hobbit had the inner strength to bear the ring.
Are Hobbits good burglars?
So no, Bilbo is not a skilled burglar, and he does not think of himself as suited for burglary in any way. If he has any predisposition for burglary, it’s his nature as a hobbit. Hobbits are good at going about unnoticed. They’re more inclined to sneaking away than to sneaking in, but they’re good at sneaking.
What are Bilbo’s fathers sayings?
Bilbo quotes two of his father’s sayings. What are they? Third time pays for all. Every worm has its weak spot.
Why isn’t Bilbo found until the day after the battle?
Terms in this set (4) Why isn’t Bilbo found until the day after the battle? It was because he got attacked while wearing the ring.
What is the best piece of treasure that Thorin is looking for the most?
When Bilbo determines that the beast is gone, the dwarves run out to the treasure in glee, remembering the prosperous times of old. Bilbo takes only a few things. One of them is the Arkenstone, an incomparable gem that Thorin seeks but which the hobbit decides to keep for himself.
Why do you think Bilbo is the only thoroughly unhappy person at the end of Chapter 10?
Who was the only person thoroughly unhappy the day of the departure? Bilbo was the only one unhappy because he could not erase from his mind his initial impression of their eventual destination, the foreboding and dark Lonely Mountain.