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    Hogwarts: Plot Summary

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    harry potter spends the summer with The Dursleys without receiving letters from his Hogwarts friends. Harry is desperate to return to Hogwarts as soon as possible because the Dursleys have been treating him very badly ever since he got home from his first term. In his room, Harry meets Dobby, a house-elf, who warns Harry bad things will happen if he returns to Hogwarts, and reveals he intercepted his friends' letters. The Dursleys lock Harry up, but Ron, Fred and George Weasley rescue him in their father's flying car, a Ford Anglia. While purchasing school supplies, Harry and the Weasley family encounter Rubeus Hagrid and Hermione Granger, and they attend a book-signing by celebrity wizard Gilderoy Lockhart, who announces he will be the new Defence Against the Dark…

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    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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    What attracts him to it the most is not the glory of winning, but the pure, quick-paced thrill he receives from soaring around on a broom while being caught up in the competitive spirit. “Apart from his friends, the thing that Harry missed most about Hogwarts was Quidditch, the most popular sport in the magical world — highly dangerous, very exciting, and played on broomsticks” (Rowling 12). Harry’s invigorating-motivated nature plays a huge part in his attraction to anything dangerous, and what…

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    Spoiler Alert...Obliviate! On September, 1997, the magic was born. J.K Rowling had just published the book ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’. It was an instant success as children, teens, adults, and the elderly loved the magical world of Hogwarts and following Harry Potter on his adventure. Then on November 16th, 2001, the magic was literally brought to life as it came out as a movie. There were so many mixed emotions from people. Some loved seeing it come to life and some wished it…

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    weren’t who his aunt and uncle had made them seem like...they were wizards, which made Harry a wizard. But that’s not the only part that changed his life forever. Harry’s parents hadn’t died the way he Dursley’s had told him, they were murdered. By the most feared, dark wizard of all time...Lord Voldemort. Hagrid tells Harry about his parents and what he is. Hagrid ten takes Harry to Hogwarts, an academy for wizards and witches, where he learns new things everyday about his kind and explores…

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    Comparison between Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling and Lost destiny calls by 23 Writers The main different between Harry potter and Lost is that Lost got sixteen heros instead in Harry potter there are only one hero, Oceanic 815 crashed on the mysterious island without the sixteen heros chose but in harry potter, harry chose to go to the magic school to escape his old abuse life. The similar aspects in both lost and harry potter is that both of them entered the unknown Harry entered the unknown…

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    Research Paper On Snape

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    character of 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…

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    Each member of the house helps one another with homework and tries to make sure they do the right thing. Neville stands up for the integrity of Gryffindor when he tries to stop the other three from breaking the rules (Sorcerer 's Stone 272). This act by Neville, shows how the Gryffindor house is supposed to watch out for one another, academically and emotionally. With four different houses at Hogwarts, Rowling suggests a similarity to houses used in schools in Britain and a similarity to…

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    Throughout a coming of age journey, the hero usually possesses several unique and valuable qualities, such as courage and curiosity. However, these qualities aren’t enough to face the final battle. Harry’s travelling companion possesses specific qualities that are essential for Harry’s journey to adulthood. One of Harry’s travelling companions is Ron Weasley. When Harry is first introduced him, he immediately feels more comfortable being himself. This may because Ron is in the similar situation…

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    “Details Magically Disappearing” J. K. Rowling’s book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, (a.k.a) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, is the first book of the Harry Potter series, which is the series that whisks people away to the magical world of wizards, witches, spells, and flying brooms. After people discover this “Best Selling” series of books, people want a movie made about Harry Potter. When Chris Columbus’ film on Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone comes out, people fall…

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