The Wide World is a term used in both the  The Hobbit and Farmer Giles of Ham. Though the two stories are unrelated (other than both being children's stories, both set on a version of 'earth'). In Hobbit it may refer to Middle-earth outside of the Shire and east of Faerie. In Farmer Giles it appears to be the lands outside of the farmlands.


The HobbitEdit

Farmer Giles of HamEdit

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