Essay on Harry Potter vs Frodo Baggins

2120 Words Apr 11th, 2005 9 Pages
Lord of the Rings: Two Towers / Harry Potter: Prisoner of Azkaban Comparison

In the two novels, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, written by author and Harry Potter: The Prisoner of Azkaban, written by author, there is a distinct relationship that is created through the idea that there are the chosen individuals are the only ones that can save the world.

The first novel, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers is a novel generally focusing on uniting ¡§Middle Earth¡¨, a term used to describe the human world, to defeat the enemy forces of evil controlled by a character described as pure evil named NAME. The actions of one small hobbit name Frodo Baggins, a race similar to humans, that will in fact determine the outcome of who is
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Even though Harry is already somewhat surpassing the idea of a hero¡¦s beginning, because Harry was born into a hero¡¦s stature already, he is still no match for Sirius Black, who supposedly wants to kill Harry, like he did his parents. He has still very far to go, and much to learn before being able to face his fears. Throughout the novel, a professor of Harry¡¦s school, Hogwarts, trains Harry with the assistance of a creature that can turn into your deepest and darkest fears imaginable. At first, when Harry attempts to conquer his fear to demonstrate his abilities, he is ineffective at taming the creature. Although he is unsuccessful at first, Harry demonstrates some of the same qualities as Frodo, and generally any hero, which is being able to show dedication at completing your task. Eventually, Harry is able to tame the creature after much practice and after gaining a little confidence in him self. His struggle for power and to prove himself pays off, because if it were not for his dedication to prove himself for who he is and not because his fame, he would have found himself in deep trouble towards the end of the novel where he faces the same creatures of which he fears the most and undoubtedly would have perished. After all, the
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