Harry Potter: Do You Consider Yourself A Muggers?

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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 …show more content…
Harry? A wizard? This clarifies all of the strange occurrences in his life. Once while running from Dudley and his gang at school, Harry found himself on the roof of the cafeteria building. In another instance, Harry 's Aunt Petunia practically shaved his head because she didn 't like the way his hair looked. Harry had been very distraught at bedtime, dreading the teasing at school the next day, only to awaken and find his hair grown completely back. There is also the mysterious scar on Harry 's forehead. Actually, it isn 't the product of a car accident. The scar is a result of the battle between good and evil, the battle between Harry 's parents and the evil Lord Voldemort, a wizard so evil that most of the magical world will only refer to him as "You Know Who." Ultimately, Harry is the only living survivor of Lord Voldemort 's …show more content…
The characters of her story, just as real life characters, are not always what they seem. As a result, Harry learns painfully that you can 't always trust the ones closest to you. Rowling keeps the adventures progressing at a steady pace and magically transports the reader with her. However magical the story, when J. K. Rowling began writing her first Harry Potter book, she never imagined that she would alter the course of children 's literature. A single mother, she wrote her story while sitting with her infant in an Edinburgh café. Rowling has come a long way since being "unemployed and penniless." In addition to starting a website for the National Council for One Parent Families, Rowling 's notoriety allowed her to donate a "six figure sum" to this foundation which "promotes welfare of lone parents and their children." Although Rowling has obtained enormous success, with her success has come unwelcome controversy. Many parents and religious groups have petitioned for the ban of the Harry Potter series from school libraries and classrooms. They feel that the magical themes of the books promote witchcraft and devil worship. In an interview on CBC Radio One 's This Morning, when Rowling was asked about this issue, she

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