Which best describes a consequence of Tolkien's decision to set The Hobbit in Middle-earth rather than a real place?
The setting allowed him to write about characters who had flaws and did not always do the right thing.
The setting allowed him to invent all different kinds of imaginary creatures, myths, and gods.
The setting allowed him to write about a heroic figure who goes on a quest.
The setting allowed him to give his novel a happy ending rather than a tragic one.
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B. The setting allowed him to invent all different kinds of imaginary creatures, myths, and gods is correct.
A is wrong because flaws are evident especially in the real world.
C is wrong heroic figures can occur in real settings. Think Ghandi lol
D is wrong because a novel set in fictional setting or a more realistic setting can have either a happy or tragic ending by virtue of the fact that it is up to the reader's imagination