Analysis of “Harry Potter and the Technology of Magic” Elizabeth Tear wrote an essay about the Harry Potter books being about more than Just a young wizard going off to Hogwash’s. In her essay which was published in The Ivory Tower and Harry Potter: The Perspectives on a Literary Phenomenon, Tear tries to convince her […]

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Countless different things have influenced my everyday life and made me the person that I am today. Although many aspects of life have been of great influence on me, the one thing I would say that has affected my life the most would be the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rolling. These extraordinary series […]

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What role do the Harry Potter books play in children’s education? In my freshman year in high school, Mr.. Meat, the Head of the English department, made some changes to our school’s English curriculum. One of these changes included introducing the fifth book of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix, […]

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Mythology Is all around us. Myths can be found In the books, magazines, billboards, advertisements and probably even In that movie everyone’s talking about and you are dying to watch. Myths shaped the world we live in today and affect all sorts of media in ways we can imagine. If you’re wondering how a bunch […]

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When one is asked how they describe a hero, they state a muscular physique and a colorful costume. What one remains oblivious to is the characteristics a hero possesses. In ancient times, Greek Gods had to display certain characteristics to be classified as heroes, the following are solid examples. Harry Potter has an obscure origin, […]

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The Article Review of “The Real Magic of Harry Potter” According to Sarah Kate Stephenson in “The Real Magic of Harry Potter”, she states that the books have provided the readers with positive thoughts of Independence, cooperation with companies, creatively as well as the Imagination that everyone should learn from, and the way J. K […]

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Eleven years ago, wizards rejoiced all over the world. They celebrated because He- Who-Must-Not-Be-Named was defeated. In other words, Voltmeter (the evilest wizard around) killed Harry Potter’s parents, but for some strange reason, he couldn’t kill little baby Harry. Now Voltmeter seems to have disappeared, and overnight, baby Harry has become a hero – “The […]

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A young wizard finally came into his powers and now goes to a school full of others like his kind as he tries to adapt into his new life. He faces many troubles on the way such as trying to fit Into the right crowd and finding the sorcerers stone. 2. The movie starts out […]

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Harry Potter and the Death of Reading Ask anyone on the street if he or she has heard of Harry Potter and you will almost certainly get an affirmative answer. In some cases, you may even get a passionate, In-depth reply, followed by a myriad of questions concerning your own opinions. While this type of […]

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Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Before the start of the novel, Voltmeter, considered the most evil and powerful dark wizard in history, kills Hardy’s parents but mysteriously vanishes after trying to kill the infant Harry. While the hazarding world celebrates Voltmeter’s downfall, Professor Tumbledown, Professor Monoclonal and Rubes Haggard place the one year-old orphan […]

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