The Magical World Of The Harry Potter Series By J. K. Rowling

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Our culture has been modernized over the years. Popularity and revolutionary are the words that describe what is awesome today. One example of this is the series Harry Potter. The magical world of the Harry Potter series was written by J.K. Rowling. In fact, she comes up with the idea on a train in the summer of 1990. (Biographical interview). The first film was Harry Potter and the Philosopher 's Stone. Basically, the plot of this movie is more focused in the early life of Harry Potter and how he lives his first year at the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Moreover, during his first year at school, he met other young wizards, who turned out to be his best friends. One of them is Ron Weasley, a fiery red hair, curious, freckled complexion …show more content…
He can be seen as a young innocent child that must demonstrate bravery to defeat the most evil and powerful wizard Lord Voldemort. Harry is a child who lived a tragedy, his parents were killed by Lord Voldemort, but somehow the young Harry Potter could survive. With this in mind, Harry is the only wizard who survived the attack of Voldemort. Consequently, Harry obtains a mark specifically a scar that symbolize who he is and what he will be in his life. Due to the scar, harry now is destined to defeat Voldemort. However, Harry has some similarities with the Arthurian legend. For example, Harry Potter and Arthur were both orphaned, taken from their parents at an early age. Both returned to their original “worlds” with no idea of their own special status—Harry as the vanquisher of Voldemort and Arthur as heir to the throne (Garza). In addition, Harry has …show more content…
The young heroes in the Harry Potter film began with different situations and different issues, but each one of them could overcome. In fact, at the end of the movie they become a group of young heroes prepared to defeat anything and anyone. Therefore, throughout the whole journey at the end each one of them could demonstrate how important and essential they are. For example, Hermione defeats a strange plant, Harry got the key to unlock the door, and Ron played chess and he was victorious. Nevertheless, they whole crew could redefine that a hero can be anyone if the person proposed and want to be a unique hero just as Harry and his

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