Harry Potter Compare And Contrast Essay

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Love is defined as an intense feeling of deep affection. As Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen has shown us, love is only truly beautiful when it includes the key element of respect and mutual improvement. In the well known Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling, she unveils two spellbinding relationships between the main characters: Hermione Granger with Ron Weasley and Harry Potter with Ginny Weasley. Their bond is present from the first book to the last. Though J. K. Rowling has expressed regrets in forming this “relationship … [between] Ron and Hermione” and Harry with Ginny (Ahmed CNN), their union should be kept because of their symbolic values and their value as a satisfying conclusion to the story series.
Some people may express the fact that Ron Weasley is very much of an unstable person, and that Hermione deserved a better person. It is notable that Ron was absent for many of the major points in which Harry and Hermione were together fighting the forces of Voldemort. Ron even selfishly leaves the two because he could not deal with the hardships of sacrificing his own lifestyle to defeating evil. As well, for a period, he cuts
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It provides satisfaction to the readers with its sentimental ending and support from the plot. By analyzing the plot from the different books, it is evident that Harry Potter is better off with Ginny Weasley, and Hermione with Ron. In retrospect, the conclusion of the Harry Potter Series does not just signify love and unity, but hope and happiness. This ending conveys immense power and meaning. Though J. K. Rowling expresses regrets in forming the present completion of the series, it is far more beautiful than any other version would be. Through this current ending, J. K. Rowling shows us that magic is not entirely fictional, but is also present in a part of our daily lives:

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