• anonymous
Why did J.R.R. Tolkien write The Hobbit and other stories of Middle-earth? A. He wanted to contribute to the oral tradition of the British Isles. B. He wanted to create a compelling work of nonfiction. C. He wanted to record the stories that had been told to him as a child. D. He wanted to create an exciting fantasy for modern readers.
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  • timbo5lice
He wanted to design a complex imaginary world in which he could set a large number of tales.

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