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    As the other answer to this question states, there are almost too many reasons behind Harry's success to list. However, there are a couple of main reasons that contribute to Harry's success that...

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    Joseph Campbell, a scholar in the field of comparative mythology, came up with the archetypal hero's journey that occurs in many myths from around the world going back thousands of years. This...

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    J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series revolves around the life and tribulations of the series namesake, Harry Potter. Without knowing which book in the series you are requesting a main idea for, I...

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    When you ask how JK Rowling used “historical aspects to plot” the Harry Potter series, I assume you are asking what aspects of real-world history show up in that series. I will base my answer...

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    Harry Potter is the protagonist of a series of young adult novels by J. K. Rowling. We initially encounter him in the first book of the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. In this...

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    The main idea of the Harry Potter novels by J. K. Rowling is a sort of adolescent fantasy/wish fulfillment. Basically, most children are treated as somewhat special by their families, but as they...

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    I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "figure our Harry Potter's scar", but the scar certainly plays a role in the characterization of Harry Potter. As a child, Harry believes he received the scar...

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    One possible interpretation of Harry's scar is that it is a physical reminder of his infant resistance to Lord Voldemort. While no adult wizard had the magical power to resist Voldemort, Harry's...

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    Both Harry Potter and Beowulf show heroism through selflessness specifically at the end of their respective stories. Harry takes a long time to accept his role as a hero and the only person who can...

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    My 9 year old goes through stages where she's very much obsessed with the books. She will do the accio thing that you mention. Or she'll do "protego" when I'm trying to mess with her so as to...

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    The character Professor Snape may be one of the most difficult to analyse in the Harry Potter series. It is not until we have read the entire series that we realize what a complex character...

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    yeah it is and so is the Hunger Games;-)

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    In each Harry Potter novel, we learn a little bit more about the ghosts of each house. Of course, there are ghosts which do not belong to any house in particular. The are the headless horsemen...

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