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  • Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Analysis

    In the book Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, they finally kill Voldemort and defeat all the Death-Eaters. Earlier however, the Death-Eaters Are winning the battle, they take over the ministry, and start saying that muggle-born’s are dangerous, and should not be allowed to use magic. Professor Snape has been appointed headmaster of Hogwarts, even though he has already killed Dumbledore. Most of the kids that are not supposed to be at Hogwarts are not; they either fled the country, or made…

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  • Summary Of Divergent By Veronica Roth

    I read the Science Fiction book Divergent by Veronica Roth. This book has 487 pages in it. According to a review by BOOKPAGE “You will be up all night with Divergent, a brainy thrill-ride of a novel.” I think the intended audience for Divergent are young adults probably ages 11-15 because kids that age would be interested in Divergent the most because it is their level for reading and it is a really good story. Younger kids might not want to read it because they might not be interested in…

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  • The Dream Thieves, By Maggie Stiefvater: Character Analysis

    The last things you expect in a book about the search for a magical dead welsh king is for it to take a backseat to an in-depth character study. In the second installment of the Raven Cycle, Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater chronicles a gang of captivating teenagers and their search for Glendower, a supposedly long dead king that can grant a single favor. Though the quest is the background for the coming of age for our group of friends; Gansey, Blue, Adam,Noah, and most notably Ronan. A lot of…

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  • How Does Harry Potter Defeat Lord Voldemort

    Harry Potter is about a young boy named Harry Potter who lives with his horrible aunt Petunia, Uncle Vernon, and cousin Dudley in Privet Drive. After He finds out he’s a wizard, everything goes beserk. He arrives at Hogwarts and meets his two best friends, Ronald Bilius Weasley, and Hermione Jean Granger. Their friendships are challenging through all the battles with death eaters and Lord Voldemort, but they manage to keep their friendship with the help of their headmaster Albus Dumbledore. They…

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  • Who Is Harry Potter's Delusion In Hogwarts

    Hogwarts was Harry Potter’s Delusion: There is a theory that Harry Potter’s wonderful idealistic adventures in Hogwarts were a delusion he created for himself in reaction to the Verbal and Physical abuse. For starters, Harry's magic fantasies begin when, in real life, he's about to begin school at Stonewall High, being separated from his abusive cousin for the first time. It's a new school, a new environment, and therefore the perfect time to begin his delusions. First creation: Hagrid.…

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  • Examples Of Prejudice In Harry Potter

    unfold has Harry sees it and the emotions he goes through. The book has multiply examples of prejudice: Hogwarts’ houses, blood, and breed are the major examples of prejudice. There are three types of wizards in the Harry Potter world – purebloods, half-bloods, and muggleborns. The purebloods are old, rich families that look down upon other wizards because they have tainted bloods when there is no…

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  • Comparing Tone In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

    J.K. Rowling uses language to develop an Overbearing tone in different parts in book “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.” Harry Potter thinks he is an ordinary boy, but he is far from ordinary. A giant named Hagrid appears, and gives Harry the all important news, he is a wizard. Now his journey in life gets more intense as he travels to Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry to learn all about being a wizard. Here, he meets his best friends Ron and Hermione. Ron Weasley is not very brave…

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  • Harry Potter Good Vs Evil

    A theme that I seen going throughout the book, “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince,” is Good vs. Evil. There is obviously a good side of the world, and then there is an evil side of the world. In this book, Harry and Dumbledore are classified as the good people, while Voldemort is classified as bad. We also learn about Voldemort wanting to inflict evil deeds upon the world in this book as well. In “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince,” Voldemort has returned to power and his wrath is…

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  • Emma Watson: The Life Of Emma Watson

    Have you ever been inspired by someone? Many people around the globe, including myself have been. One person that I find inspiring is Emma Watson. In this research paper, I will enlighten you on the events, interests, and people that helped shape Ms. Watson into the person she is today, the challenges that she has faced throughout her life, and her contributions to the betterment of society. On April 15, 1990, Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson was born in Paris, France.Throughout Emma’s life, there…

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  • Harry Potter Dehumanization Analysis

    The characteristic of dehumanization in both Travis Prinzi’s “Dehumanization: Defining Evil in Harry Potter,” and the Harry Potter series written by J.K Rowling offers various similarities between the definition of the word evil, and the context for which the word can be used in respectively. With the philosophical text that Prinzi offers in his thesis regarding the validity of dually the denotation, and the connotation of the word evil, and how it is used to describe several characters in the…

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