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    .Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince is the sixth book in J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter series. It is a pivotal point in the seven book series. It was all fun and games up until this point, but with the ever growing power of Lord Voldemort, fear is sinking into the heart of all witches and wizards. Harry tried to warn them years ago of the dark master’s return to power but nobody seemed to want accept the fact that the most powerful dark wizard in existence is back. Now it is up to Harry Potter, the boy who lived, the Chosen One, and his friends, to stop his rise to power before the wizarding world and the non-wizarding world are destroyed side by side. The Half-Blood Prince begins in the prime minister of England’s office. The prime minister…

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    Visual Analysis The book Harry Potter and Half-Blood Prince is written by J. K. Rowling, and it is the fifth one of the series of Harry Potter. The cover of a book is very important because it can attract readers to read book when they see it at first time. This cover appeals adult or the fans of Harry Potter by using golden and decorated letters for the title and a scene for this story. This cover appeals adult because there is no cartoon character in this cover. Many adults do not like…

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    Analysis#1 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is a book of the series of Harry Potter. In this book, lots of characters become more vivid. In Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince, Severus Snape is characterized as smart and contradictory in order to deepen people’s impression for Snape. Professor Snape is one of main characters in this book. He works in the Hogwarts who has greasy black hair, a hooked nose and sallow skin.(Philosopher’s 94) Also, he is the Head of Slytherin…

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    You will need help in life.In the book Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince Harry the main character sets out on many adventures and tasks. One of the many tasks is getting Horace Slughorn's real memory. Another adventure is finding a fake horcrux and Professor Dumbledore is killed by Professor Snape.Harry learns you can't do everything by yourself. Harry needs help when he and is almost killed.Inferi rush up the rock attacking harry over repeatedly. Dumbledore wouldn't of helped…

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    Harry Potter Good Vs Evil

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    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 felt…

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    Born in England in July 1965, Joanne Rowling had to overcome many difficulties before becoming one of the most successful writers in history. Sometimes going by the nickname Jo, she attended Exeter University, in Exeter, England, where she earned a French and Classics degree. She moved to London where she switched jobs often. She began writing the Harry Potter series when she received the idea of the plot during a delayed train ride. Rowling moved to Portugal and taught English as a foreign…

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    In her texts Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince J. K. Rowling explores the journey of her main protagonist’s growth. Throughout both texts Rowling uses a variety of techniques to show how Harry grows from a naïve young boy to a confident young man. The use of third person narration, setting and character development throughout each novel enables readers to see how Harry develops from an inexperienced young wizard to a wizened young man. In the…

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    As the Harry Potter series develops towards its operatic conclusion of good versus evil, the borders between the magical world and the non-magical world become indistinct. Humans become subjected to a series of magical attacks from Voldemort and his followers in defiance of the magical and non-magical boundaries previously maintained between the two worlds. Harry and his friends are forced to go on the run to preserve their safety, subsequently existing in the boundaries between both societies…

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    In Harry Potter, a seven book series written by J.K. Rowling, Harry and all of the people around him face challenges stemming from Lord Voldemort. Dumbledore is correct when saying that it is “a great and remarkable thing” that Harry can still love because the multitude of battles he endures makes it difficult for him to feel anything but anger and sadness (Rowling 508-509). Throughout each novel, there is a significant challenge that Harry and those close to him have to overcome. While these…

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    Research Paper On Snape

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    J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Introduced as a man of cold and bitter nature , he comes out to be the hero of the series who not only sacrificed his love but also saved life of lily's son at each and every moment of his life since he met him. in the series , snape is an exceptionally skillful wizard who teaches harry (lily's son) potions at hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry.in the starting novel of the series snape is a teacher who is always bitter to harry but as soon as the…

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