Hermione Granger Personality

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People never expect to have a happy ever after but for some reason we are able to connect and desire the lives the characters have. Fictional characters tend to have a connection with their audience because the writer always seems to make characters very relatable even if their lives are far fetched.The three fictional characters that most represent my personality are Hermione Granger from Harry Potter for the way she always has a sarcastic response when she replies to Harry and Ron, Moana from the movie Moana for her curiosity and her will to always follow her heart, and Jasmine from Aladdin because she always does what is right and enjoys having a loving connecting with animals. Even though Hermione is known to be a very smart studious …show more content…
Throughout the Harry Potter books, Hermione’s character develops into a girl who cares for her beloved friends. As time goes by the trio end up spending their time at hogwarts together which developes a great friendship and a few friendship problems to arise. As friendship problems do seem to appear, Hermione has certain traits that make her stand out from the rest. She is always ready to snap back whenever someone tries to correct her because she knows that she is a always right.“Well, if you two are going to chicken out, fine, I don’t want to break rules, you know. I think threatening Muggle-borns is far worse than brewing up a difficult potion. But if you don’t want to find out if it’s Malfoy, I’ll go straight to Madam Pince now and hand the book back in —” This quote came from hermione trying to stand her ground because she knew she was right and she brings in a bit of sassiness as she is confronting Harry and Ron.This trait helps her build her character into the person she becomes throughout the novel. …show more content…
Her father is always pressuring her to find a suitor because she has to get married as soon as possible. The problem is that Jasmin is not looking for a suitor and has her eyes set on the world beyond the castle. She decides to leave the castle before anyone notices, and explores what outside of the castle walls. ¨ Oh i'm sorry Raja, But i can't stay here and have my life lived for me.¨ As she tells her pet tiger, Raja, that she is leaving it gives the reader can notice that she is ready to explore and live her own life out of curiosity.This trait was both beneficial and hurtful for jasmine because of the incidents that happened when she was out in the real world. She would not have met the love of her life, Aladdin, if she did not build up the courage to leave. On the other hand she wouldn't have gotten in trouble if she hadn't left the castle and got caught.When I was smaller watching Aladdin always seemed to inspire me to be curious. Jasmin played a big part of my childhood and I always seemed to look up to her . She always was curious and was so accepting when it came to

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