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  • Rowling, By J.k Rowling

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    J.K Rowling Wow!! J.K Rowling is a very influential author. She only write’s one genre but she does it very well. She touches an older and younger audience. Additionally, J.K Rowling inspires other authors. Rowling has good technique, style, and a way of inspiring other people on her writing. First of all, J.K Rowling 's background caused her to want to help other people with their problems. J.K Rowling was born on July 31,1965 in a town called Yate which is in the United Kingdom. Her nationality

  • J.k. Rowling 's Life

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    J.K. Rowling was born on July 31, 1965 in Yate, England. She has a younger sister named Dianne. She adopted her pen name J.K. Rowling, Joanne her first name and using K for her grandmother’s name Kathleen. She does not have a middle name. (Biography.com. 29 June 2016. Web). Education has played an important role in J.K. Rowling’s life. Her mother came from a family of teachers. (Kirk 2003, 27). J.K. Rowling graduated from Exeter in 1983. (Kirk 2003, 48). She became certified to teach modern languages

  • J.K. Rowling

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    J.K. Rowling. There are few in the world now who do not know her name. Rowling’s seven-book Harry Potter series has spawned movies, numerous games, clothing, toy lines, as well as many other items. Her high fan-base has been responsible for the creation of well over 570,000 individual Harry Potter based fan-fiction in several languages, as well as several popular and thriving fan-based websites such as MuggleNet.com and The Leaky Cauldron. All said there is no doubt that her works are popular, even

  • J.K: Rowling and Her Harry Potter Empire

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    know Joanne Rowling by her nickname J.K. Rowling which "J" is the first letter of her first name and the first letter "K" for Kathleen which is her grandmothers name. J.K. Rowling decided to use that name to appeal to boys so using a unisex nickname she did just that. J.K. Rowling was born and raised in England. She was born on the 31 of july 1956. Her father James Rowling and mother Anne volant met on a train on their way to join the British navy. Even from an early age J.K Rowling had always dreamed

  • J.k Rowling : A True Riches Story Essay

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    J.K Rowling is known for her Harry Potter novels, but also as an eminent philanthropist, to the extent that she was awarded the Order of the British Empire in the Queen 's Birthday Honours List in 2000, a recognition of achievements of a wide range of extraordinary people right across the United Kingdom. Joanne Rowling, AKA J.K Rowling, is a true rags to riches story. Starting from a happy, fun, childhood, to never speaking to her father again. Once known as one of the slowest learners

  • J.k Rowling 's The Big Hit Series Of Harry Potter

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    J.K rowling a british author that wrote the big hit series of harry potter. But she didn 't start out famous and her idea for the book wasn 't instantly accepted by publishers. Before Harry Potter Rowling was poor Rowling had to go to several different publishers before she found one that would publish her book. Now she became a known author and eventually the first person to become a billionaire from writing books J.K. rowling is a person worthy of praise because she overcame britain adversed to

  • Analysis Of Harry Potter And The Philosopher 's Stone By J.k. Rowling

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    Feminism is misunderstood by many people; being a female and being brave or knowledgable does not automatically make one a feminist. Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling is a prime example of this statement. Although Hermione is very smart and brave, Rowling still portrays her as a typical girl throughout the book. It is shown that Hermione is overly emotional at times, and although she is able, it seems that she cannot do things on her own without the help

  • A Brief Biography of J.K. Rowling

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    J.K. Rowling “It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might has well not have lived at all, in which case you have failed by default (qtd. Rowling The Fringe Benefits of Failure).” This quote by J.K. Rowling at the Harvard graduation in 2008 is a perfect example about how she is as a person. She has gone through many failures and is now a very successful author. She encourages everyone to reach for their goals. You will probably fail a couple

  • Exploring The Inner Landscape Of A Teacher 's Life And J.k. Rowling Essay

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    ourselves in our most unique ways. Parker J. Palmer’s novel The Courage to Teach: Exploring the Inner Landscape of a Teacher’s Life and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer 's Stone have impacted the definition of creativity based on how they incorporate personal experience or apply relatable experiences in their characters which provides a deep message. J.K Rowling is a screenwriter, film producer, and a world renowned author who is known for her best-selling books, the Harry Potter series. In

  • The Harry Potter Series By J.k. Rowling

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    The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling has been one of the most popular series to ever hit the bookshelves. These widely acclaimed novels are often associated only with wizardry however, the series ' main focus is not on the magic. While J.K. Rowling uses the idea of magical elements to make the series entertaining, she teaches valuable life lessons along the way. Lessons such as the dangers of desire, the acceptance of others, the importance of teamwork and community, and many others can easily