The Hobbit

Which of the two settings in chapters three and four do you like the most and why? Use evidence to support your answer

This question is worth 5 marks and can be found in chapters 3 and 4

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That's a no-brainer. I love Rivendell....... it would be a beautiful place to live.

"They saw a valley far below. They could hear the voice of hurrying water in rocky bed at the bottom; the scent of trees was in the air; and there was a light on the valley-side across the water. Bilbo never forgot the way they slithered and slipped in the dusk down the steep zig-zag path into the secret valley of Rivendell. The air grew warmer as they got lower, and the smell of the pine-trees made him drowsy, so that every now and again he nodded and nearly fell off, or bumped his nose on the pony's neck. Their spirits rose as they went down and down. The trees changed to beech and oak, and hire was a comfortable feeling in the twilight. The last green had almost faded out of the grass, when they came at length to an open glade not far above the banks of the stream."


The Hobbit/ Chapter 3