Essay on Analysis Of Harry Potter And The Sorcerer 's Stone

1462 Words Jun 12th, 2016 null Page
Muggles Do you consider yourself a Muggle? If you 're wondering what a Muggle is, then you can be certain that you are one. If you are one of the millions of people that have become entranced by the Harry Potter book series, then this question is not so perplexing. If you are not, there 's no need to get stressed out; being called a Muggle isn 't an insult, unless you 're a student of Hogwart 's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Does all of this sound confusing? Well then, step into the magical world of Harry Potter and it will become clear. The adventures of Harry Potter have become world renowned, while renewing children 's interest in reading. The first book of the series, entitled Harry Potter and the Sorcerer 's Stone, begins the tale of an awkward eleven-year-old orphan boy who has grown up in the home of his "Muggle" relatives, the Dursleys. Harry,already small for his age, appears even smaller in his larger cousin 's handed down clothes. His clothes, bushy black hair, taped glasses and knobby knees bestow upon Harry a great deal of harassment from his school mates; but the most peculiar aspect of Harry 's appearance is the lightning bolt shaped scar on his forehead. He allegedly received the scar in an auto accident that had taken the life of his mother and father. Regrettably for Harry, his relatives have mistreated him his entire life. Mistreatments that included making Harry live in the cupboard under the stairs, instead of a…

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