Harry Potter

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  • Harry Potter : Who Shall Be Named

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    associates it with fame and the chosen one. He was made a celebrity within less than a few months of being born. So who is this famed being? Why none other than Harry Potter! While he never had the option of taking on the role to fame, he stills has the opportunity to create his own destiny instead of being stuck with a destined life. Harry Potter is restricted to what his childhood made him, but ultimately his own decisions in life determine his destiny. Other readers may claim that Harry’s life

  • Fixing Harry Potter

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    honest, fifteen-year-old Harry James Potter was

  • Harry Potter : World Of The Wizarding World

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    Harry Potter; one of the most well known kids of the wizarding world. The series written by J.K. Rowling have been favored by many people around the globe up to this day. Many people have developed an interest to further investigate the series with particular criticism. The Harry Potter series are filled with events and characters which can be psychologically interpreted and analyzed. One who has read or seen only one of the movies could easily notice this. Psychological aspects such as depression

  • Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban

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    reading contests. If I had no incentive, however, I would not pick up a book for pleasure. This all changed when I was in the third grade. One night my dad came home from work and he had a surprise for me. It was Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The third book in the Harry Potter series looked large and seemedaunting. I was used to small books meant for young kids, and this one was aimed at an older age group. My dad made a deal with me. If I read the book the whole way through, he would

  • John Williams's Soundtrack for Harry Potter

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    Adventure, mystery, and magic all go hand-in-hand when it comes to the Harry Potter series written by J.K. Rowling. The books were adapted into films starting in 2001. The first film, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, was directed by Chris Columbus. The story of Harry Potter is magical as is however; the movie needed a little extra magic. This extra magic needed to be added through music. Director Chris Columbus chose John Williams to compose the music for a promotional reel (John Williams)

  • Harry Potter And The Novel ' The Rye '

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    racism, genocide, classism, and difference – makes Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone uniquely valuable. While both books can be regarded as controversial due to the moral fibre of them, Catcher in the Rye, captures an adolescent protagonist wavering between childhood and adulthood. Holden Caulfield, a confused teenager, explores how adult life appears complex and incomprehensible to teenagers on the brink of entering it. Likewise, Harry Potter focuses on a timid young boy, unsure of his abilities

  • The Characters Of The Women In Harry Potter

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    The women in Harry Potter are some of the strongest and most complex characters in the literary world. They are intelligence, ruthless, compassionate, impulsive, and are as faceted as they are flawed. Above all, the women of the Potter world are refreshingly human and perhaps don’t get the credit they rightly deserve, particularly the more minor characters that regularly support the trio throughout the series. To remedy this, here’s five reasons to love the odd, intricate, and charming Luna Lovegood

  • A Branding And Marketing Lesson From Harry Potter

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    A Branding and Marketing Lesson from Harry Potter The Harry Potter story is a branding and marketing story too. There are a number of details that contributed to the stupendous success of the Harry Potter brand. Similar to a number of other iconic brands, Harry Potter also was not developed to become a spectacular success. The people behind Harry Potter did not realise that it would become a worldwide phenomenon but they were able to recognize the potential of a good story or in other words a good

  • The Pros And Cons Of Harry Potter Books

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    Religious looks on ¨Harry Potter” Books We will look into what people think of Harry Potter books. Why people think the way they do. What they hope to achieve but they actions. How the burning of books help or hurt the authors. How the author showed in here books her own struggles with her faith. How Harry’s world and christianity are parallel to each other and are the same in ways. Who are at the front of the book burnings and how they feel and why. In 2002 Religious groups all over have been

  • Our Life Time By Harry Potter

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    in a court case? A beloved children 's hero was almost sent to book section for censored books. The Harry Potter Series almost did not make it to the children of Cedarville School District of Arkansas. In this court case, the school board of Cedarville, Arkansas voted to deny students access to the Harry Potter books. The grounds on why they wanted to ban the books were because the Harry Potter books were unfit for their students and could lead to rebellion. Many authors of other famous childhood