As the story begin we meet Harry’s relative, namely his uncle Vernon Dursley, who hate everything that is not “normal” according to his standards. When Harry’s parents die he moves in to live with aunt and uncle – as they later on say Vernon and Petunia decided to “force out” the magic out of him. Vernon would react violently, locking Harry in the cupboard down the stairs after every weird accident and punish him with pervading food, going to school etc.
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Ron’s financial background puts him in the low position in the eyes of his peers – old magical families. It is also the fact that his family is known to not be dark and support muggle right that exclude them from any respected position within magical society.
As soon Ron and Draco Malfoy meet each other on the train the clash between them is inevitable. Draco mocks Ron shabby and messy appearance and later Ron is embarrassed that he does not have enough money to buy sweets as harry does. This sore point also distinguished by his magical performance and belongings. Ron did not get anything new for his first year, he received his brothers’ hand-me-down clothes, books, pet and wand – it is already mentioned in the first meeting and by Malfoy who makes it a point of mockery.
Coming from a family of Gryffindors Ron enhances the importance of house choice just as much as Draco Malfoy does. He keeps mentioning that Slytherins are dark as opposed to Gryffindor and thus he marks himself as someone with better morals. His weak social background stands out but his heritance as someone with a better grasp of good and evil and better judgment. The social mockery which Ron is victim to allows him to check himself both within its realms and out of it. His deepest desire, as we see in his reflection in the mirror of Erised is to stand