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Harry Potter Vs. CS Lewis

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Young adult novels have drifted in and out of popularity. But some have stood the test of time, became classics. They are favourites of children everywhere. The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis was written during the 1950’s, and it has stood the test of time. It is still a story told and retold to children everywhere. Harry Potter is a much new fantasy young adult book series, written in the 1990’s. It is also a favourite of many children, with its own movies and other new, creative ways to interact with the world JK Rowling has created. Harry Potter has been a massive success.
JK Rowling has been a more successful author, creating Harry Potter franchise, than CS Lewis has been, creating The Chronicles of Narnia franchise.
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JK Rowling has been a more successful author, creating Harry Potter, than CS Lewis has been, creating The Chronicles of Narnia.

Harry potter has a larger franchise than Narnia.
The Harry Potter franchise is impressively large. It includes over 400 licensed products, 11 videogames, two theme parks, Pottermore, harry potter ebooks, and more. Narnia has been in continuous publication since 1956. It has been adapted into numerous television shows, radio programs, stage and film shows, and variations of the original book.Narnia has even been published in braille.
The Harry Potter franchise as a whole is valued at an estimated $15 billion USD. In comparison, the much smaller Narnia worldwide box office profited at least $1.5 billion USD, significantly less than the entire Harry Potter franchise.
C.S Lewis had made a respective $85 million in 1950 for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, now equivalent to $850,658,914. J.K Rowling’s first novel of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, sold over 107 million copies.
Harry potter has a larger franchise than Narnia. JK Rowling has been a more successful author, creating Harry Potter, than CS Lewis has been, creating The Chronicles of
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