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For the first time in one volume, The History of the Hobbit presents the complete unpublished text of the original manuscript of J. The Hobbit was first published on 21 September Like its successor, The Lord of the Rings, it is a story that "grew in the telling", and many characters and story threads in the published text are completely different from what Like its successor, The Lord of the Rings, it is a story that "grew in the telling", and many characters and story threads in the published text are completely different from what Tolkien first wrote to read aloud to his young sons as part of their "fireside reads".
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Why is this book not by the original author of the Hobbit? Haegr Wolfblade because it is an examination of the full text and universe, that and tolkien has been dead for many years.
Lists with This Book. Aug 10, Soh Kam Yung rated it really liked it Shelves: This book includes the initial manuscripts and revisions to the text done by Tolkien.
Rateliff highlights the various changes; some small, some major and some that Tolkien appear to have added without initial planning to resolve plot points as they developed. The most critical of the changes include how Bilbo gets the ring which was not yet The One Ring from Gollum, how Smaug the dragon was to be killed and the events that occur afterwards the location and composition of armies in The Battle of Five Armies. This book is a good companion to Douglas A. That book and this one will give the reader a very good appreciation into how "The Hobbit" was written and revised.
Dec 06, Morgan rated it really liked it. The Hobbit was a book about a hobbit going on an adventure with 14 dwarfs and one wizard to find much much gold. Before getting all of the gold they have to defeat the fire breathing dragon, Smaug. Smaug every once in a while goes and destroys the home of the humans when he is woken up. Many others that want the gold as well.
Its the elfs, the humans the goblins and the eagles. Mar 24, Sidney rated it really liked it. Jun 19, Steve added it Shelves: Bilbo Baggins just wants to live his quiet, peaceful life in the Shire.
Their leader, Gandalf, tells of the vicious dragon, Pryftan, who overtook their home. Bilbo joins up with them for a grand adventure. Ultimately he saves the day and along the way happens to discover a magical ring.
That is how the story originally took shape. With access to the documents at Marquette University, the project was originally undertaken by Taum Santoski, who passed away following a battle with cancer at an all-too-young age. The torch was then passed to Rateliff with the full blessing of Christopher Tolkien. Seventy years is quite a period to have anything stashed away.
The opening page, featuring the handwritten line "In a hole in the ground there lived a Hobbit," is one of those long-lost pages, but for the most part, a rather complete version of the initial draft of this book can be pieced together. On one level, it gives readers the first look at the origins of legend.
These characters bore different names, endured different hardships and took on other roles. Gollum, in the original vision, held to his end of the riddle game and, after losing, shows Bilbo the way out of the mountain.
The guardsman Bard, who slays Smaug in the final version, is barely introduced before he is killed. And this opens up to aspect number two. As Tolkien begins to make his second pass through the draft, notating and correcting as he goes in pen over the top of original pencil writings , names begin to change, the story arc and scenes start morphing and readers get to see and understand why those alterations were made.
This is a wonderful view for writers to see the mindset of a second draft but also a way for any ordinary reader to understand why things evolved and changed. And in some instances, it gives a greater weight to the final version. Not just a mere presenting of the manuscript in its rough form, Rateliff has documented the timeframe of the work, giving us the most precise record as to when it was first conceived and when it was completed. This historical perspective illuminates the book rather than bury it.
Rateliff does an outstanding job of presenting the original draft and its subsequent transformation, including his own discoveries and commentaries along the way. At no point does this ever become a chore to read.
For the first time, the timeline of the creation of this premiere novel is ironed out and separated from myth. Rateliff pulls together loose and seemingly disparate threads and weaves them into a profound tapestry and companion that THE HOBBIT, now in its 70th year, richly deserved. So the two really need to be read as a single unit. Jul 14, Antoine rated it really liked it Shelves: This volume covers the last few chapters of the novel as first composed, and then deals with the rather complex post-publication history of the book: How This volume covers the last few chapters of the novel as first composed, and then deals with the rather complex post-publication history of the book: However, a trusted friend indicated quite rightly that although the revised chapters were quite good, the resultant novel would not be The Hobbit.
As other readers have noted, this material is especially interesting to the long time fan, even if on balance I am glad that the novel was left largely unchanged. Or that the Trolls had pulled down the Last Bridge in a largely unsuccessful effort to waylay travelers As I mentioned of part one, Ratelif is a more imaginative and detached critic than Christopher Tolkien, well suited to the somewhat complicated needs of the first published tale of Middle-Earth.
Nov 26, James rated it liked it. Like "The History of Middle-earth" series, this covers the development of the Hobbit, which with the Silmarillion provided one major impetus for Tolkien to write the Lord of the Rings. The major part of the book presents the initial completed version of the Hobbit, together with notes and analysis dealing with sources and major revisions.
Before publication, the effect of the dragon-hoard on Thorin and Bilbo was greatly changed and made more complicated, and the Battle of Five Armies emerged as the resolution to their conflict. After the Lord of the Rings was written, Tolkien revised a few of the opening chapters of the book in a way that removed the intrusive voice of the narrator and diminished the role of Bilbo. Aug 02, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: