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  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry returns to Hogwarts-- though with some difficulty-- feeling relieved to be back in a place where he is treated like a person. He also visits the...

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    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets starts at Privet Drive, where Harry's Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia are preparing for a meeting with one of Vernon's potential clients. For the meeting,...

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    Many fantasy novels deal in pure fantasy, meaning that they invent entire worlds. In the typical fantasy novel, the world inhabited by the characters may resemble our own, but it will generally be...

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  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    The major difference between the book and the movie is that the movie has a number of scenes that are added as a way to make the movie more visually exciting. For example, in the book Ron and...

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    No! Unequivocally no. Severus Snape is not Harry’s father. J. K. Rowlings, author of the Harry Potter series, went to a great deal of trouble creating unique characters who shared common...

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  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    Although there are a number of locations in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, the most important setting is the one that is shared by most of the novels: Hogwarts University, the school...

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    I must admit I really enjoyed the entire Harry Potter collection, and read them incredibly quickly. I think we are all drawn to an orphan boy with magical powers, and the struggles that he faces in...

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    I do agree that Lord of the Rings is not historically allegorical, although it is easy to see the similarities. This is because the book focuses on large themes present throughout society. On the...

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    I assume that when you say "the 'M' word," you mean "magic." Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia are very strongly against the use of magic and even against its existence. They are both ashamed of the...

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  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    It's sort of up to interpretation who counts as main characters, but here goes: Harry Potter -- 12 year old wizard Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger -- his best friends and fellow Gryffindors Dobby...

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    Children are attracted to Harry Potter because magic has always been interesting for most people. Harry Potter is also an underdog, and it's fun for kids to see that you can be small and nerdy and...

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    It is a symbol that was bestowed upon him after his parents died. Lord Voldemort knew that this "Wizard King" was born and would destroy him. In his efforts to kill him first, Harry's parents gave...

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    In the "Chamber of Secrets" Harry can't see the thestrals because he did not actually see the death of his mother. He was a newborn baby and his mother was covering his body to protect him. She...

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  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    In the office, Harry tells the Weasleys, McGonagall, and Dumbledore (who is back) everything that happened. Harry gives Dumbledore Tom Riddle's diary, and Dumbledore tells them all that Tom Riddle...

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    In the Chamber, Harry finds Ginny, still alive, but unresponsive. Tom Riddle steps out of the darkness and Harry asks for his help. Tom, a memory from the diary, has been corresponding with Ginny...

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    Unfortunately, with everyone being watched so carefully, the boys cannot get to Moaning Myrtle's bathroom. In class, it is announced that exams are a week away, and that the mandrakes are almost...

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    With Dumbledore gone, the school is terrified. Harry and Ron try to think of what Hagrid's statement about the spiders might mean, but they can't find any spiders in the castle. Malfoy is the only...

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    Harry, Ron, and Hermione don't want to believe that Hagrid was responsible for opening the Chamber. Over Easter, the students choose their classes for the next year, and Harry doesn't know what...

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    Hermione stays in the hospital wing for a week while the potion wears off. Harry and Ron visit her, and on the way out they find Filch upset about water coming from Moaning Myrtle's bathroom....

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    Harry is left in Dumbledore's office, and sees the Sorting Hat. He puts it on to find out if he was put in the right House, and the hat tells him that he would have done really well in Slytherin....

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    Harry is released from the infirmary and finds Ron and Hermione in Moaning Myrtle's bathroom working on the potion, which is only half finished. Fear is sweeping the school, and people are buying...

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    Lockhart makes Harry his teacher's pet, and begins bringing him up to the front of the class to act out stories from his books. Capitalizing on Lockhart's vanity, the students ask him for...

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    When a very upset Filch arrives, he accuses Harry of murdering Mrs. Norris. Harry and his friends, Filch, and the professors go to Lockhart's office and Dumbledore examines Mrs. Norris, determining...

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    School continues and by October, everyone is into the routine. Harry is heading in from Quidditch practice when he runs into Nearly Headless Nick, who is upset about not being accepted into the...

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    Harry is dealing with the stresses of school and looking forward to the weekend. He is awaken by Oliver Wood early on Saturday morning for Quidditch practice. As he heads to the practice, Colin...

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    The next morning as Harry is sitting with his friends at breakfast, Ron receives something called a Howler in the mail. Mrs. Weasley's angry voice fills the Great Hall as she yells at him for...

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    Chapter 5: The Whomping Willow Summer comes to an end, and Harry and the Weasleys arrive at platform nine and three-quarters for the Hogwarts train. Everyone gets through the barrier except Harry...

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    Chapter 4: At Flourish and BlottsEveryone gets a book list from Hogwarts, and Ron has a letter from Hermione suggesting they meet in Diagon Alley. Ron’s older brother Percy – a Hogwart’s...

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    Chapter 3 – The BurrowRon and his brothers Fred and George are hovering outside Harry’s window in an enchanted old car. This doesn’t violate the no underage magic rule, since Ron’s Dad is...

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    Chapter 2 – Dobby’s WarningOn the bed is a small, excitable creature with large, bat-like ears, a long thin nose and bulging big green eyes – the eyes Harry’d seen in the hedge. Named...

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    Harry is back at Privet Drive, living with the Dursleys, who are all very unhappy that he is a wizard. They have locked all of his magical belongings in the cupboard under the stairs and have...

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    In each book in the series, Harry travels along the hero's journey. The journey begins in the real world, the hero's world. This is why Harry always has to return to the Muggle World setting in...

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