Essays on Harry Potter

Mythology In Harry Potter

Throughout the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling created a magical world full of creatures, characters, events, and objects known across the world. While her imagination played a major role in crafting these novels, she did use more than just that to craft the names, creatures, and story elements of the series. Rowling’s degree in classics...
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Harry Potter: Book Versus Motion Picture

With all the new motion pictures dependent on books or funnies that are out, individuals wonder why Hollywood continues doing it. Some state they’re avaricious individuals, simply doing it for the cash, and others state that it breathes life into the book. In any case, I state, why ruin a decent book, as Harry Potter...
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Harry Potter: Development Of The Main Character

In the novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, by J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter is depicted as only a typical kid with an inclination to make ‘enchanted’ things happen in this way starting the embarkment of a not really ordinary story. The character referred to as Harry Potter pursues the criteria and cycle of James...
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Harry Potter: The Power Of Friendship

 When you think of an amazing friend, what traits do you think they have? In the book Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling Harry Potter is shown to be a great friend because he has his friends back, he’s trustworthy, and he cares about his friends. During the entire book, Harry...
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Characterization Of Harry Potter

Harry Potter is the main protagonist in the novel Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Orphaned as a baby, he is brought up by his aunt and uncle, the Dursleys. Neglected and disdained, Harry grows up to be a timid boy unsure of his abilities. He is initially described as “small and skinny for his...
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Harry Potter And The Human Desires

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K Rowling follows the adventure of eleven-year-old Harry Potter, who gets accepted at Hogwarts wizarding school and unravels the mystery of his parent’s death and his nemesis, Lord Voldemort. The children’s fantasy story is littered with deep allegories of human behavior and personality. It showcases that human desires...
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Harry Potter And The Cursed Child: The Skill Behind The “Stunt Show”

It is hard to find anyone who is unfamiliar Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which premiered in 2016 at London’s Palace Theatre. Yet despite receiving five star reviews from The Telegraph, The Evening Standard and The Independent, ​(Beaumont-Thomas, 2016) there are still those who dismiss it as nothing but a visual effects “stunt show.”...
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The Role of Magical Animals in Rowling’s Novel

J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter series was an instant hit in modern culture, as she explores boundaries between the human and non-human quite masterfully. From owls that deliver messages to a half-giant half-human, Rowling creates magical creatures that blur the lines between humans and animals. The shared relationship between humans and nature is the most apparent...

Prejudice in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, written in 1998 by famed author J.K Rowling, was quickly developed into a film in 2002 following the novels thriving success. The story, originally based in London, and the mythical school of Hogwarts, in this film, follows the account of a young boy, Harry Potter, encountering trouble during...
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