Harry Potter

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  • Comparison Of Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone

    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,…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Future Of Harry Potter

    After binge watching the Harry Potter movie series, I've decided to live a life, or even a couple lives if there is a need to complete my full exploration of the world. It's really been likeable so far, and I could experience the whole world while reading the books too! But I do truly wonder whether or not I should live multiple lives there. Another thing is, I wonder whether or not I should become Harry Potter or become a side character and become part of the lore as a wizard more powerful…

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  • Summary Of Harry Potter: The Road Of Trials

    Initiation This is where the Harry Potter novels begin to deviate from Campbell’s original principles in order to allow for multiple books to be made. Each novel follows these plot points but in an open ended way, leaving room to revisit certain aspects and themes as the story progresses. Below are the plotted points from the Philosophers Stone. The Road of Trials Harry and his new found friends are presented with many challenges and tests that force him to use both his intellect and wizarding…

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  • Heroes And Villains In Harry Potter

    Introduction Background The ‘Harry Potter’ series is arguably one of the most popular book series in history, described by Hoover (2007) as will “having long life because (…) the original readers will share it with their children, a family favourite for a very long time”. Although the series concluded in 2007, Pottermore, the fan-based website which spills small details that Rowling still discusses, received over one billion page views within two weeks of release. (via news.microsoft.com). One…

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  • Morality In Harry Potter, By J. K.

    Interestingly his aunt, uncle, and cousin never seem to learn from experiences with Harry and fail to treat him humanely. Despite Harry’s abuse, he remains polite to his family as they are the only family he has left. The only time he acts out occurs when one of them disrespectfully comments about his parents – which sadly is a common occurrence. Unfortunately Harry’s emotional abuse is not exclusive to his aunt and uncle’s home. He also is mistreated by his classmates and sometimes professors…

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  • Harry Potter Should Be Banned Essay

    banned. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was a challenged book and is banned in some libraries today. By examining why this book is banned I have found that it was banned for witchcraft, violent content, and anti-family, it is clear that Harry Potter should not have been a banned or challenged book. Harry Potter was banned in some libraries for witchcraft. Three things that involve witchcraft in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s stone are: Hogwarts, broomsticks, and the spells that Harry and…

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  • Harry Potter: Comparing The Book And Movie

    been a fan of Harry Potter. I was too scared to watch the movies, the gruesome images of dragons and snakes and especially Voldemort was much too scary for me as a child. The only movie I had watched before this course was “Deathly Hollows part 2” with my friends when it came out in theaters about 4 years ago. I never wanted to read the books because as I kid I hated reading, mainly because I’m a very slow reader and it would take me forever to finish a book the size of Harry Potter. I have…

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  • Harry Potter And Dumbledore Relationship

    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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  • Worldview In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

    I will then be explaining a different worldview from a very popular movie called Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, the first movie in the Harry Potter series. Since this is the first film of the Harry Potter series, we learn why Harry is the way he is—which is due to his parents being wizards. He learns more about his parents and life as a wizard in a new school, which gets him in dangerous situations.…

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  • What Is The Death Of Harry Potter Essay

    Harry Potter started off as a baby and his parents were killed by an evil wizard name Voldemort. Voldemort has tried killing Harry as well, but didn 't succeed. A bird, then came by and lifted Harry up onto the air, taking him to a another family called the Dursleys family. The Dursley family lives in Surrely, England. They pretended that they didn 't know know who Mrs. Potter was. Mrs. Dursely is Mrs. Potter sister. The Dursely family answered the door and sees Harry on the floor with a letter…

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