Character Analysis of Hermione Granger from Harry Potter by JK Rowling

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“We could be killed, or worse, expelled” Hermione Granger, student in the Harry Potter series. The character she portrays is a young witch who attends Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Hogwarts is a school that accepts only witches and wizards, and teaches them to cast spells. These skills will prepare them for life in the wizarding world. Recently, strange things have been happening at Hogwarts ever since Harry Potter came. So, Harry and his friends take it upon themselves to save Hogwarts. Hermione is one of his friends, and she is a very complex character. She is very brave because she fights for what she believes in. In addition, her cleverness is inspirational as she is extremely good at spells and has a great work ethic. …show more content…
“We could be killed, or worse, expelled” Hermione Granger, student in the Harry Potter series. The character she portrays is a young witch who attends Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Hogwarts is a school that accepts only witches and wizards, and teaches them to cast spells. These skills will prepare them for life in the wizarding world. Recently, strange things have been happening at Hogwarts ever since Harry Potter came. So, Harry and his friends take it upon themselves to save Hogwarts. Hermione is one of his friends, and she is a very complex character. She is very brave because she fights for what she believes in. In addition, her cleverness is inspirational as she is extremely good at spells and has a great work ethic. Furthermore, her loyalty is demonstrated beautifully throughout the Harry Potter series. These are the reasons why her character means so much to me.
Her first major quality is bravery. She has shown much bravery in the books. The most memorable ones would be (firstly) when she and her friends faced a troll that attempted to kill them before they successfully knocked it out. Later, in her second year, she had to venture into the forbidden forest to find a dying unicorn as a form of detention. A similar instance occurred when she and her friends were stuck in a Gringotts (wizard bank) vault. She showed her bravery by using the dragon guarding the vault as a form of escape for her, Harry, and Ron. Her belief in herself started when she was
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