If you have ever read/seen Harry Potter, use him and Voldemort. Voldemort has no friends, only followers, and is desperate for power. He chose what he wanted. Harry was fated since before birth, and has many friends and support.Harry is a Gryfinndor, and Voldemort was a Slytherin. They are rival houses in Hogwarts. Voldemort is easy to hate because he is ruthless, uses people, and kills to advance his own power. Voldemort is the antagonist. Harry is the protagonist. Voldemort is also portrayed as ugly and snake-like, which connotes evil. Also, Voldemort killed Harry's parents, and tried to kill him, an innocent one year old, and has killed many other innocents. Harry mainly uses his power for good and to help people (like when he went back in time with Herminoe curtosy of the time turner in his third year to save Buckbeak and Sirius, his godfather.) And, while Harry is distressed at the death around him, Voldemort kills and seems very comfortable doing it. Harry seems to have emotions, and Voldemort doesn't. Harry struggles with putting others in danger, especially when it is for his own benefit. He falls in love with his best friend Ron's sister, Ginny, but breaks it off for her own good. Harry is very passionate for Quidditch, a magical sport, and mourns for the loss of his parents at all the major moments. We see that Harry suffered as a child, as he was basically neglected by his Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon Dursley.
wasn't just a daydream for Harry Potter. Would Harry have lived a life in the supernatural without his friends? For my analysis I chose the Harry Potter series written by J.K. Rowling. I've read these books multiple times and thought that studying them more intensely would be enjoyable. In the Harry Potter books there are examples of amazing friendship between Harry, Hermoine Granger, and Ron Weaseley. (Spoiler alert if you haven't read the books but plan to!)
Would Harry be where he is now if he…
Character Development of Harry Potter in books 1-4
Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived, The Chosen One, is a boy of many names and traits. He is the protagonist and namesake of J.K. Rowlings’ seven-book series. In each book, Harry faces trials that he must surpass, forcing him to make difficult decisions that go far beyond those a typical teenager would face. In the first four books of the series, Harry’s life is put in danger many times but he somehow…
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the epic conclusion to the seven book fiction novel series, Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling. The books are named after the main character, Harry Potter. Harry Potter is about the life of a young wizard who goes through many journeys and adventures. The first book starts a couple days before his eleventh birthday, on which he finds out that he is a famous wizard that survived from being killed by the dark evil wizard, Lord…
educational excursion to the Harry Potter exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum. We believe that it is both educational and informative. This will give us the opportunity to reflect upon our childhood before we embark on our ninth year of schooling.
The details of the proposal are as follows:
Time: 2:15pm – 4pm
Date: Tuesday 13th December 2011.
Cost: $19.00 per student
Harry has grown as a character, and faced life's challenges just as we have.
Throughout the series, Harry has grown as a character;…
Pretend that your group is speaking at an event about a particular brand (it could be to the
company that produces this brand, to a group at a brand convention whatever). Take one brand
for any consumer product or products and perform a 1015 minute group presentation that
addresses the following issues:
● What is the physical product (or products) that this brand sells?
○ HP World in Universal, Books, Merch, Pottermore, Costumes, a lifestyle MF
■ Movies Box office revenue PC…
Magic Is Might: Christianity in a world of magic: A religious reading of J.K. Rowling’s novel Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Theoretical approaches can modify the way texts are interpreted both in accordance and opposition. As a conventional narrative, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, written by J. K. Rowling, is an archetype of this statement, as well as a text “worthy of literary greatness”.1 The novel is perceived as an anecdote involving the battle between good and evil, concentrating…
different in terms of scale and also poles apart when comparing them in terms of their individual art direction. The films I will be looking at are, Trainspotting and the Harry Potter Franchise. I will be hoping to display the contrast in scale of production design across those two films, which we could perhaps level as ‘The Large’, Harry Potter, and ‘The Small’, Trainspotting.
Trainspotting is a film directed by British filmmaker Danny Boyle. It was produced by Channel 4 along with small British production…
all types of books, so I set about to read the Harry Potter series. One day my parents caught me reading a copy I got from the library and took it away from me. I wasn’t exactly sure what the problem was until my mom sat down and explained how the acts of Harry Potter were against our religion. So I respectively obeyed my parents and not read another Harry Potter or any book of that nature again. I can’t say whether me reading or not reading Harry Potter made a difference or not but I can definitely…
April 06, 2013
English Comp 2
In the article, Why Heather Can Write, Harry potter is among the many books to be faced by criticism from people of varied degrees. Particularly Christians and parents have widely objected harry potter books on grounds of the implications they have on the society. Although many have generally accepted the book as they claim it is creativity, a number of them are against them too. The book written by J. K. Rowling an author from Britain…
1 March 2013
In J.K. Rowling' series Harry Potter, there is a reoccurring role, that is Harry Potters father figures. In the first book The Sorcerer and the Stone we learn that both Harries parents have died at the wand of the dark lord. As Harry grows up he lives with the Dursleys, a portly family who only love their biological son Dudley. This is Harries first father figure, and not an ideal one. He is rude, demanding, and undermines Harry his entire upbringing. Next is Mr. Weasley a busy…