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  • Tampa Museum Of Art Analysis

    I visited the Tampa museum of art and discovered some very interesting and beautiful works of art. My favorite painting I came across was Lupins and Foxgloves on Indian Creek, Painted by Carolyn Brady in 1988. It was placed on the museum as a gift from the Bank of Tampa, in memory of Judith R Blanchard. It’s a watercolor painting on just plain paper. Depicting both land and sea shows how artists perceive and portray the natural world around them. From romantic depictions of the American wilderness to colorful, geometric renderings of the French countryside, I believe this painting highlights key stylistic movements from the past 150 years. Including work by Abraham Walkowitz, Adolf Gottlieb, Elaine de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, and Sylvia Plimack…

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  • Case Study Of Ralphs Ranch

    Along with a reliable machinery shed to ensure the safety and to care for the wellbeing of our equipment. A shearing shed and an implement shed will be made of. We will also have to buy five 100t silo to store our lupins in. These will all be located near the house and around paddock 1. We will also need a feed cart to feed our lupins out in the summer. We will need a tractor to lift the silage and a trailer to put it on. We will also need a work ute and probably a two-wheeled motor bike so we…

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  • Relationship Between Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban

    Throughout Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, relationships between Harry, Ron and Hermione are explored. While throughout all seven of the Harry Potter books the relationships between Harry, Ron, and Hermione grow stronger, the students also have bonds that grow between their professors, particularly between Harry and his professors. While Harry encounters many professors throughout his time at Hogwarts, in Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry’s bond between Dumbledore, Remus Lupin and Severus…

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  • Analysis Of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter

    wizarding world most professors at Hogwarts have a trial and error based method of teaching. Some students learn very well with this set up while others struggle. Neville starts off very self-conscious about his wizarding abilities because he grew up with his family wondering if he was a squib (Sorcerer 's Stone 125). During his childhood, Neville 's grandmother was not very supportive and he needs to be encouraged like when Professor Lupin teaches him to defeat the boggart (Prisoner of…

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  • Analysis Of Marauder's Era By J. K. Rowling

    early lives of Harry’s parents, Remus Lupin, Sirius Black, Peter Pettigrew, and Severus Snape. Each of these characters suffered and lost their youth to the hardships and dangers of a war. In turn, they played a critical role in Harry’s life because their deaths were focused on love. Therefore, I found songs that represented the deaths of these characters – with the exception of Peter – which accurately expresses the type of love they were experiencing at the time of their death. 1. “Father’s…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Mission Blue Butterfly

    I remembered walking on San Bruno Mountain as a six year old and seeing small, fuzzy blue butterflies fluttering in the spring afternoon. I thought about how lovely they were, and each year I looked forward to seeing them. However, as each year passed, I saw less and less butterflies. As awful as it was, I felt there had to be something I could do. It wasn’t until The Golden Gate Park Stewardship program gave me that opportunity. My high school, is right next to a national park that contains…

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  • The Prisoner Of Azkaban Analysis

    the magical world to medicine as well as doctors in the real world. Potions, charms and spells provide examples of healing and curing illness. Potions serve as the alternative for medicine in the magical world and charms and spells serve to heal. Severus Snape, the teacher for the potions class at Hogwarts, is a famous potion-brewer. Snape brews a potion for Remus Lupin, the Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, in order to prevent him from becoming a werewolf and killing people (Rowling, 157).…

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  • Consequences Of Harry Potter

    parents and nearly killed Harry) servant. As Voldemort’s servant, Sirius allegedly gave away Harry’s parent’s location to Voldemort. Due to his immature decision making, Harry decides to hunt for Sirius Black, whom they believe is Voldemort’s servant, and the murderer of Harry’s parents. On the hunt for Sirius, Harry witnesses the execution of his friend Hagrid’s pet hippogriff, Buckbeak. Finally, Harry meets face to face with Sirius. After a hostile exchange of words and magic spells, Harry…

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  • Archetypes In Harry Potter

    be used as foreshadowing for events throughout the series. Hermione is the name of the daughter of Helen of Troy who was abandoned when her mother ran off with Paris to Troy. In the Harry Potter series, Hermione is born to muggle parents and is bullied because of it. Naming Hermione Granger after the daughter of the woman whose actions led to the Trojan War could be seen as foreshadowing the struggle that her parentage becomes for her. Another example of a character’s name foreshadowing later…

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  • Analysis Of Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix, By J. K. Rowling

    Members like Moody and Lupin may actually experience less trauma than the rest of the group in the sense that they have much more experience in situations that involve dark magic. Rowling shows this contrast of the members quite early in the book when Molly states “Of course it could just be a boggart, but I thought we ought to ask Alastor to have a look at it before we let it out” (Rowling 84-85). Later on, it proves to show that even though Molly seems confident and competent in her magical…

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