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Bilbo got the gold the dwarves promised, goes back to the shire, and puts the ring he found in the cave where he met gollum on his mantel.

Bilbo goes back to his little hobbit home with the ring he found while trying to escape the goblins in their cave after earning the eternal gratitude of the dwarves, elves, and humans.

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In JRR Tolkien's "The Hobbit", Bilbo feels inadequate and untested in battle compared to the dwarves and he doesn't have their respect. His defeat of the gigantic spider helps him gain confidence and go on to win the respect of his comrades. In "The Lord of Rings", after the battle of Mordor, Sauron is killed and the ring has been destroyed, and Aragon is proclaimed king.

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A denouement is an afterwards, a final scene that occurs after the dramatic climax has been reached. They generally wrap up loose ends or let the reader know what happened after the resolution of most of the plot. In The Hobbit, after Bilbo has returned successfully from his quest and restored his life to its old comfortable routines, the denouement occurs when he is visited by Gandalf and Balin and the three discuss what has happened at the Lonely Mountain since Bilbo's return home. It's about a page long in my edition and serves simply to establish that everyone is indeed living happily ever after. Bard's rebuilt Dale, Lake-town has been refounded, Bilbo is living a comfortable life at home, and there's peace between elf, man, and dwarf.

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Bilbo got the gold the dwarves promised, goes back to the shire, and puts the ring he found in the cave where he met gollum on his mantel.

Bilbo goes back to his little hobbit home with the ring he found while trying to escape the goblins in their cave after earning the eternal gratitude of the dwarves, elves, and humans.

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Bilbo found the stone of Thorin in the heart of the mountain they were in because of

Smaug and gave it to the elves i think.

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the dwarves and the men and hobbits win the battle of the five armies against the goblins and wargs.

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Many problems with many solutions! The problem of Smaug ended with his death. Which in turn solved a bunch of other problems.

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