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  • Harry Potter Theme

    “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: A Wanderful Movie for All Generations” Dark clouds swirl around the Warner Brothers emblem while a dark and somber version of John Williams score, Hedwig’s Theme plays, bringing the movie to life.Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is a movie about three teen wizards fighting for good in a time of very dark evil (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix).Their friendship, loyalty, fear, and anger bring a depth to this movie that adults would not expect making it a movie for all generations. The Harry Potter series, written by J.K. Rowling, is an adventure written for children and young adults.The mystery of magic, castles, and unicorns make it seem it would also be a series of movies for children,…

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  • Gender Roles In Harry Potter

    opinions on gender roles, especially for females. When reading or watching the Harry Potter series, you can pick up on hints of both traditional and modern roles. Many people argue that Rowling created a world where female readers may learn that they are inferior to males (Whitton). While they may have a point in some situations, such as the troll incident in the lavatory in the first book, the female characters also stand their own ground. A great example of this is Molly Weasley. Molly…

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  • Harry Potter Political Analysis

    The Politics of Harry Potter: Corrupt Law and Totalitarian Government by Samantha Love (23 May, 2014) focuses on the Governmental system within JK Rowling’s famous Harry Potter series ‘The Ministry of Magic’ as well as current Governmental systems and Laws. For instance the Ministry of Magic is seen to have an incredible amount of power with very few ways of ensuring it is used properly. Love, sees this as a lack of control on the Ministry hence what makes it so easy to infiltrate and take over…

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  • The Importance Of Obsession With Harry Potter

    Then one day Harry Potter flew into my life upon his broomstick, wand in hand, saved me from my own “Uncle Vernon,” and whisked…

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  • Harry Potter Feminism

    The Harry Potter series has been a cultural and critical phenomenon since the first book was released in 1997, catapulting the author J.K. Rowling into the spotlight. The series, consisting of seven books and eight movies based upon those books, has garnered millions of readers and viewers, along with its fair share of criticism. The books tell the story of a young wizard named Harry Potter in his time at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, an institution of magic. Due to the subject…

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  • Harry Potter Research Paper

    11/27/16 British Life and Culture A Wizard’s Dream: Harry Potter Studio Tour In 1997, world-renowned author J.K. Rowling introduced the world to the story of a young wizard, Harry Potter. Now 19 years later the Harry Potter series has become one of the top book series in the world. During the past 19 years the commercial success of Harry Potter series led to eight films to turn the novels into an onscreen dream for the world of Harry Potter fans. The Harry Potter film series has made more…

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  • Harry Potter Archetypal Analysis

    this essay will evaluate the seemingly archetypal narrative that exist within the Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling. As of July 2013 The Harry Potter series had sold an approximate amount of 450 million copies, reiterating the notion that the series is one of the best- selling series in all of history. Just as professor Mcgonagall said in the first novel. “every child in our world will know his name!”. To this day, 17 years since the release of the first book, many social scientist have…

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  • Harry Potter Book Comparison

    The magical world of Harry Potter includes several different types of people. It ranges from young children to mature adults. It has easily spread all over the globe, and has blown up so much that people all around the world have integrated the world of Harry Potter in their lives. These people that are a “part” of the world of Harry Potter dress up like the characters from the movies. Whenever a new book came out, they would stand in front of the bookstores for long hours at a time, dressed as…

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  • Harry Potter Vs Azkaban

    Growing up, Harry Potter was a story that was ever present in the lives of my family. My older brother and sister are eight and ten years older, and they quickly became fascinated by this world. My dad would take them to the midnight book openings and they would bring home three copies of the new book. My siblings become enthralled with this world, and I so badly wanted to know and share in their passion. The Prisoner of Azkaban was the first Harry Potter book that I read by myself, and it…

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  • Harry Potter Phobias Essay

    Many movies and books have at least one character with a phobia. Perhaps the best examples of this are the movies Cliff Hanger and Kingdom of the Spiders. My favorite example of this is Ron Weasley from Harry Potter. There are many different phobias in the world. There is fear of water, agoraphobia; fear of spiders, arachnophobia; and many, many more. Psychologists have come up with many ways to overcome phobias. Hypnotism, exposure, and existential imagery are all examples. Existential…

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