Harry Potter - Original Writing

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I first started reading the Harry Potter series in 5th grade. I started with the second book of the series because that was the only book my classroom had, but ever since I have been obsessed with the entire premise of Harry Potter. It was a thing that my father enjoyed, so it is one of the few things that we could actually connect over (which had no impact on me liking it, it was just an added bonus of it). I was never ashamed of being a huge Harry Potter fan, I never minded the look people gave me when I got really passionate about a new theory I heard, or how Harry should not have named his child after Severus Snape. I felt comfortable when talking because those who were also fans reciprocated the excitement making me feel ok to be myself in public. Naturally, when the project came up, I was excited to do Harry Potter, the series I can read over and over again and not get tired of it. But to narrow down to one topic was difficult. There is an entire world to examine and to narrow down to a single topic about Harry Potter was almost impossible, but after talking about it with friends and looking online, I decided on a single topic. I chose to do the difference of watching/reading and being a fan of Harry Potter as an adult and as a child. I got the idea from my topic partially from the notes taken from class about how people tend to view people that are fan of certain things when you 're an adult and when you are a child. Most people grow out of show, book, and movie
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