The Sorcerer's Stone

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Harry and all of his friends become members of the Griffindor

house. Of course Draco Malfoy became a member of the Slytherin house and he swaggered forward

when his name was called. Harry saw a terrible ghost as the Slytherin table that had a gaunt face and

blood-stained robes. Harry’s professors were Professor Filtwick, Professor McGonagall, Professor

Snape, a black haired man with sallow skin, Professor Quirrell and Dumbledore. Harry received a new

broomstick, a Nimbus Two thousand so that he could participate in the Quidditch match. Harry was able

to catch the Golden Snitch in the Quidditch match, which was a match between the Slytherins and

Griffindors to see who was the better flyer. Griffindor won by one hundred and
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Throughout Harry’s stay at Hogwarts he, Ron and Hermione had tried to find the

Sorcerer’s Stone. Harry believed that Snape hated him. Often in class he would ask Harry the most

difficult questions about infusions. The other students would rummage through their desk to get
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Charlie was in

Romania studying dragons. They had to use Harry’s invisibility cloak that had belonged to his father, so

they could hide the dragon and themselves. They sneaked the dragon in a crate up to the top of

Hogwarts and Charlie’s friends met them there and took the dragon. The problem had been solved,

even though Hagrid was sad to see Norbert leave.

I don’t think the story could have ended any differently. Everyone leaves Hogwarts happy, the

Sorcerer’s Stone had been destroyed, Voldemort had not gotten back anymore of his power, and Harry

has learned that he can be a very good wizard. Harry has gotten a lot of confidence in his wizardry in

first year and he has many friends. There are more years and more adventures at Hogwarts to be told in

other books.

The author is trying to tell us about how to be humble and modest. Even though Harry’s

humility is part of his life when he was a child he continues to be that same humble person even when

he is a famous wizard. She explains to us through many situations that if you have friends to help you,

you can do about anything you put your mind to. It is amazing to be smart, but the author

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