what is the climax for the novel the hobbit?

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  • 1 year ago
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    It's the bit toward the end of the book when Thorin Oakenshield absconds with Bilbo's kitchen silverware and his petty-cash box, along with his favourite cushion. As Bilbo frantically chases after him, Thorin trips on a molehill and tumbles down a slope into a lake and drowns, horrifically. Bilbo, in tears despite the theft, loudly declares his allegiance to Sauron and makes his way to Mordor.

  • Elaine
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    1 year ago

    It occurs when the dwarves recognise the value of Bilbo when they are in Mirkwood.

  • 1 year ago

    They all die

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