Harry Potter

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  • 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

  • Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Motivation

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    The Harry Potter series relates to children and all types of readers, inviting them into the new and different world. The Harry Potter world however parallels the real world much more than many initially think. Students who relate to the world of Harry Potter and have grown up hearing his name along with other favorite characters engage in the story more than with any generic story often used in classrooms. The Harry Potter series engages the students and encourages learning through a subject in

  • Theme Of Logo In Harry Potter

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    world is Harry Potter. Harry Potter is a feature film series based on the Harry Potter novels by author J. K. Rowling. In a general word,

  • Essay on Harry Potter

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    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone “A giant of a man was standing in the doorway. His face was almost completely hidden by a long, shaggy mane of hair and a wild tangled beard, but you could make out his eyes, glinting like black beetles under all the hair” (pg 46). The previous passage is a wonderful and tasteful description of the first introduction of Hagrid from J. K. Rowling’s novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. This book gives intimate detail and overwhelming amounts of vivid description

  • A Comparison Of The Characters Of Harry Potter?

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    As of 2013 there were 450 million Harry Potter books printed globally, meaning there was a Harry Potter book per ever 15 people. This book to person ratio is probably comparable to Grecian citizens who heard Homer’s Odyssey, one of the more prominent myths created by the epic poet. In modern times fantastical novels, such as those in the Harry Potter series, have acquired the same prestige as ancient myths and serve some of the same purposes through their entertainment of the general populous. These

  • Character Analysis Of Harry Potter

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    If you have never read the Harry Potter series by acclaimed novelist J.K. Rowling, then you are missing out a thrilling story full of adventures and laughter, perfect for all ages (but mainly children). Assuming you’ve read the book at some point in your life (or seen the movie, if you’re one of those people), you would know all about the antagonist-turned-hero Severus Snape. He held one of the most complex storylines, with a single chapter changing the view of almost every reader. “Almost”, as in

  • Harry Potter Clip

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    The little boats lurched forward, gliding smoothly on the water. Albus looked over the edge of the boat and swore he saw a greenish face staring back at him. The night was unusually warm for September, not rainy or windy. A crescent moon was reflected on the still surface of the lake. "Alrigh', duck yer heads now, we're passin' through a short tunnel," shouted Hagrid, "then you'll get yer firs' look at Hogwarts." Albus lowered his head as the small group of boats floated into the small opening

  • Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix

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    The Harry Potter series is currently one of the highest-grossing movie franchises of all time. This phenomenon has sparked midnight movie release parities, apparel for every installment of the franchise, and a following of avid Harry Potter fanatics. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the fifth movie installment in this world renowned phenomenon written by J.K. Rowling. This film was directed by David Yates, produced by Warner Brothers Entertainment Inc., and released in the late summer

  • Essay on Harry Potter

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    Running Head: Concepts of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s stone      Within the story of Harry Potter there are many concepts to be noted. This book is interesting and very different from any other book. These many concepts will tell you about some of these strange things that goes on.      Shortly after Harry was born a villain called Voldermont killed his parents. Somehow Harry did not die from Voldermont, but not only did he live, he almost

  • Characteristics Of Harry Potter

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    and read in books. Within my own life, one person that stuck out to me was Harry Potter. We are similar to an extent, yet also very different due to our families and friends, situations growing up, and characteristics. Harry Potter had to grow up with his aunt and uncle whereas I grew up with my mom and dad. We had two different lives at home growing up; he was an outsider looking into a family while I was in a family. Harry had no direct family except for his aunt who did not care for him, while