Analysis Of The Movie ' R ' Essay

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R is for Righteous
Ron is not usually the one to stand up to someone if he knows that they could easily take him on. If his friends are involved however, he will take no time contemplating if he should say something. “If you want to kill Harry, you’ll have to kill us too!” he said fiercely, though the effort of standing upright was draining him of still more color, and he swayed slightly as he spoke.” (Rowling 339). Ron knew full well that (at that specific time) Sirius Black was a murderer, had escaped from Azkaban, and that he could kill him, Harry and Hermione instantly. He didn’t care, he would put his life at risk to save his friends.

O is for Optimistic
Most of the time, Ron is the funny, happy one of the group. So of course he wants to cheer his friends up when they’re down and to make them laugh, even if sometimes it doesn’t work or it turns into a bigger dilemma. “Look,” said Ron, obviously casting around for a change of subject, “it’s the holidays! It’s nearly Christmas! Let’s — let’s go down and see Hagrid. We haven’t visited him for ages!” (Rowling 216). To break the silence between Harry and Hermione, he suggested that they go visit a friend, even though Harry wasn’t allowed to leave the castle walls late at night. It did end up getting Harry 's mind off of Sirius for a while even if Hermione didn’t want them breaking the rules.

N is for Naive
Ron, being the good friend that he is, of course wants Harry to be able to come to Hogsmeade with him and Hermione,…

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