Harry Potter Sorcerer's Stone Morals

Decent Essays
JK Rowling, one of the most well-known authors, has an incredible $848 million net worth from the Harry Potter franchise according to MoneyNation, Rowling has made a fortune all thanks to her Harry Potter novels. In her first novel Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Rowling answers many people’s very tough question: What happens when they are forced to choose between what they think is right and risking getting hurt or in trouble, or not standing up for what they believe in but staying safe and out of trouble. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone would suggest that standing up for what they think is the most important thing even if it can get them in trouble or hurt. Rowling reveals this through the character of Harry Potter, a young boy that finds out that he is a wizard.
In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Rowling tells the story of Harry Potter. Harry is a boy living with his very cruel Aunt Petunia, Uncle Vernon, and cousin, Dudley in England. A letter was addressed and sent to Harry, but Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia won’t allow Harry to open it, but many more letters are sent to Harry as well. A big man named Hagrid then comes and tells Harry that he is a wizard and has been accepted to one of the finest Wizarding schools, Hogwarts. Harry ends up meeting Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, two kids that are also going to Hogwarts that eventually turn out to be Harry’s best friends. When Harry gets to Hogwarts, he is picked to Gryffindor, probably the best school house. Harry then meets Professor Snape, the potions teacher, who seems to hate Harry very much. Snape gives Harry cold stares and picks on him
…show more content…
People that are fans of fantasy will like this book even more, but people that like Mysteries or Thrillers will also love this book because you could categorize Harry Potter into one of these two categories
Get Access