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Significance of the thrush in The Hobbit

Morok Cloudkeeper

Nov 24 2012, 2:18pm

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What did the thrush have to do with Bilbo being able to find a way to open the secret door? I think it's because he heard a crack and it was the thrush cracking the snail. Then Bilbo saw the ray of light. I think it's that, but I just want to be sure.

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