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HobbitIn J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, Hobbits are a diminutive race that inhabit the lands of Arda.

According to the author, Hobbits are a "variety" or separate "branch" of the race of Men (Homo sapiens), but they consider themselves a separate race. They live in the Shire and in Bree in northwestern Middle-earth. They are very clean folk even though they live in holes and wear no shoes.

Hobbits first appear in the book The Hobbit, and also play a major role in The Lord of the Rings. They are briefly mentioned in The Silmarillion.

J.R.R. Tolkien states in a letter that he created the Hobbit in the 1930's to amuse his children, using Middle Earth as a convenient backdrop.


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Anonymous THEY ARE REAL AND KINDA MEAN :( 1 Oct 21 2013, 5:57 AM EDT by GrimtheGoblin
 
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187 IS RIGHT a man with hair coming out of his shoes told me (STOP STARING AT ME!!!!!) when i was 6
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Anonymous NO! 0 Jan 1 2013, 5:11 AM EST by Anonymous
 
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HOBBITS MUST BE REAL! Hmmm.... he could be lieing to keep their existence secret!
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