Harry Potter - 494 words
I think 4th and 5th graders would be interested in the Harry Potter series because, although it has violence in it I think that age level should be able to handle it. If any kids younger than that have read it or want to read it, I would not recommended it because they just might think that the violence is real and that the wizardry is real. Although I dont think it is a good book for younger children, I think that the media and newspaper writers are going just a little to far. I dont think its really bad as they make it out to be. The writers and media make even older kids parents think twice about buying the book so there kid can read it. I think that the banning from school and other plac ...
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Good Vs Evil In Harry Potter And The Sorcerers Stone Sorcerers Stone - 800 words
In Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone by J.K. Rowling there are many cases of good vs. evil. Here there are the humans that have no magical powers. And there are the humans, which have magical powers. The humans with no magical powers are referred to as the muggles and the humans with magical powers are referred to as wizards and witches. The wizards live somewhere down in the earth, while the humans live on earth. The muggles and the wizards do not like each other. To the muggles the wizards are evil while the muggles are good. The wizards are evil according to the muggles for the fact that they dress differently than the muggles do. And also wizards have magical powers, which makes them ...
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Harry Potter Prisoner Of Azkaban - 560 words
I. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban A. Setting- a prestigious school for witchcraft by the name of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry 1. The setting is important to the story because the school and its secret passages play an invariably large role in this story. 2. Id say the author is mostly concerned with presenting exciting action and evoking a certain mood. Throughout the story there is never a time when you arent in suspense. Theres always something exciting happening and plenty of twists in the plot that make you wonder whats going to happen next. 3. The story is told from the limited omniscient point of view; the author only tells us what Harry Potter is thinking, feel ...
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Teddy Roosvelt Vs Harry Truman - 1,492 words
History has offered a variety of presidents to the United States. Some were strong fighters and generals, some were calm and peaceful, and others were known for their personality and wisdom. Two such presidents were Theodore Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman. Although there lies several differences in their Presidencies they had the same basis of personality. Their leadership was compelled by a passion for wit and energy, which shaped their Presidenciess. This audacious way of controlling the Presidency was not easy and did not have a outcome as great for Truman as it did for Roosevelt. Their unconventional attitude, methods and personality, completely reshaped the presidency and left a lasting ...
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Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban - 498 words
Harry potter and the prisoner of Azkaban is an excellent book. Out of ten stars I would rate this one an eight because it was to short. Once you get into it and finish it. It seems so short, because it is so interesting. Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban starts out with a bang. In the beginning Sirius black a Man accused of thirteen murders in one night escapes from Azkaban.( A wizard prison guarded to the tee by dementors, deadly spirits that feast on anything happy. Basically they suck the life out of you slowly until you go mad and lose sanity). Harry runs away on the same night and crosses the man without realizing it. Since Sirius is an ananamugus he is able to turn into a giant ...
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Harry Potter - 752 words
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, written by J.K. Rowling, is an excellent example of a modern novel that uses medieval influences extensively. Many of the novels characters are based on medieval ideas and superstitions. The settings in the book resemble old medieval towns as well as castles. The book is also full of medieval imagery such as knights in armour, carriages etc. Whilst there is no time travel involved in the novel, the medieval period is used to such an effect that the reader is encouraged to ignore the fact that the book is set in the present. People in the medieval era were quite superstitious. They believed in fictional characters such as witches and wizards. Harry Potter ...
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Harry Potter And The Sorceror's Stone - 583 words
1. Harry Potters parents are killed, but the person who killed his parents doesnt kill him. 2. He is sent to live with his aunt uncle, and cousin, Dudley, who make him sleep in a cupboard underneath the basement stairs. 3. Harry Potter gets many letters from the same person, but his Uncle Vernon will not let him see the letters. Uncle Vernon begins to act a little awkward. 4. Uncle Vernon gives Harry Dudleys second room, which is huge, and where Dudley used to keep all of his toys. More letters come. 5. Uncle Vernon goes completely nuts and makes his whole family, including Harry, move to a shack on a little island during a storm. The next day is Harrys birthday. 6. As Harry counts down to t ...
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Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban - 1,968 words
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, is the third book in the trilogy of J. K. Rowlings other Harry Potter books, though she is coming out with four more books in the coming years. Just to quickly run through the two previous books; Harry Potter is a wizard, whos parents were killed by the worst dark wizard ever known. The reason why Harry Potter is still around, is because Lord Voldemort failed to kill Harry. His spell hit Harry, but then backfired on Voldemort taking all of his powers with him. Harry is so famous for two things. Withstanding the powers of Lord Voldemort, and, taking him back in to the underworld in hiding. In the first book, Harry receives a letter from Hogwarts Schoo ...
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Harry Potter And The Sorcere's Stone - 928 words
Harry Potter and the Sorcere's stone is about a boy named Harry Potter who is famous in the wizarding world and doesn't know it. His parents were killed by an evil wizard named Lord Voldemort. Voldemort tried to also kill Harry with a spell but it back fired making Voldemort so weak he was barely living and went into hiding. That happened when Harry was 1 year old and since then he had been living with his aunt Petunia uncle Vernon and their son Dudley who were extremely unpleasant people who despized of Harry because he was a wizard which they did not approve of. 12 years later after his parents death when he was thirteen he got a letter which was strange because he never got anything. Unnc ...
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Harry Potter As A True Hero Of The People - 841 words
Harry Potter is everyones hero. His father and mother were killed when he was young and he is forced to live with his aunt and uncle. They treat him like trash while they treat their own child as if he were a sacred idol. What is so appealing about this book is that almost every child can relate to this book in some way or another. Whether it is grave mistreatment by elders or a spoiled sibling, many children find a resemblance of themselves in this fictional character. People, especially children, want to escape from their mundane world of reality where the sun shines on your bare neck, and enter the world of make believe. Best of all, all you have to do is hop onto the bed with Harry Potte ...
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Book Analysis Of Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban - 558 words
The title of my book is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The author of the book is J.K. Rowling. There are 435 pages in Prisoner of Azkaban. In Prisoner of Azkaban, the third book about the young wizard Harry Potter, is about Harrys third year at the magical school Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizadry. Harry is the son of his parents who were killed by the dark Lord Voldemort. He lives with his Aunt and Uncle, and incredibly fat nephew, who despise him and magic. In this story, Harry finds himself returning to Hogwarts for his third year. This time a suspected murderer by the name of Sirius Black has escaped from the wizard prison of Azkaban. He is suspected of escaping and hea ...
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Overview Of Harry Potter - 685 words
I. Rowling, J.K., Harry Potter, New York: Scholastic Inc., 1999. II. In this story Harry Potter is a young boy that starts out living with his aunt and uncle the Dursleys. Then one day he gets a letter from a giant named Hagrid telling him of his opportunities to go to a witch and wizard school. While in school he learns of a secret stone called the Sorcerers Stone, which he later learns, is very powerful. After learning of this stone he finds out that the great wizard Voldemort that killed his parents, and is now trying to get the Sorcerers Stone. So Harry and his friends Ron and Hermione set off to stop Voldemort and succeed. III. The main characters are Harry Potter and his two friends Ro ...
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Review Of Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone - 652 words
In the British version of--what us American's call-- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling there are many qualities of the book that are good. To name just a few there is her wonderful plot design, and the fact that Rowling makes great use of forming rounded characters. With Rowling, she knew where she wanted to go with the novel and followed through in a way that was ever pleasing and attention grabbing to the plot. It starts off with the reader finding themselves in England with a family of Muggles, or "non-magic people", that are having a quiet moment at home when they are bombarded with a small baby boy who had just "saved the world" from an evil wizard. The people that y ...
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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire By J. K. Rowling - 1,190 words
I have chosen to do my novel review on my one of my favourite books to read for fun: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the fourth book in a series of seven. You have advised us to break up the book into four sections according to chapter number, but I thought I would do a slight variation on this. I have decided to break up the novel into four simple parts Introduction, Orientation, Plot Development and Conclusion. Since this book is written for a lower age category (although the underlying symbolism and sentence structure is more suited for a teen/adult audience), it is relatively easy to distinguish between these four parts, and they are present in all four books in the series. INTRODU ...
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The Early Life Of Harry Potter - 1,247 words
Have you ever dreamed of saving a prince or princess? Dreamed of a land of magic and wonder or ever thought you had magical powers that you are not fully aware of? Well if you have you might want to look in the exciting and magical book Harry Potter and The Sorcerers Stone. After reading this entrancing fantasy, readers will be convinced that they, too, could take the train to Hogwarts School, if only they could find Platform Nine and Three Quarters at the King's Cross Station (School Library Journal). This book will take you through the life a small boy named Harry Potter and his quest to understand himself and his journeys at Hogwarts school of Wizardry. The book will show his battle with ...
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Life Of Harry Houdini - 1,325 words
Ehrich Weiss was born in Budapest, Hungary on March 24, 1874. His family migrated to the United States of America when he was only four years old. At an early age he was hooked by the magic shows that he attended. When he was seventeen he read the memoirs of Robert-Houdin, a French magician of the 1800s. Houdin became his idol, and later his life-long inspiration to become First in my profession, in my speciality in my profession. When a friend told him that if he were to add the letter i to Houdins name that it would mean like Houdin in the French language, he adopted Houdini with enthusiasm as his stage name. His friends had already Americanized his first name to Harry. One day I was hired ...
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Frankenstein: The Classic Harry Potter - 1,175 words
Harry Potter was a strange boy. He loved to do homework and could not wait for school. The strangest thing was that he was a wizard. And even for a wizard he was quite strange. At the beginning of Harry Potters journey, the young boy entered a strange new world so unlike his reality, he was utterly confused, but still filled with awe. By the end of his crossing, he entered an enlightened stage and as a result, became a hero to us all. Bizarrely, Mary Shelleys novel, Frankenstein in a way, abides by the same basic pattern. To many, the monster of Frankenstein became an abomination to the world. But for the few with just that correct perspective, he was something much more than a mistake. Soon ...
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Harry Potter - 481 words
These books would be classified as fantasy, but could be classified as also romance, action, adventure, mystery, and sci-fi. It has romance when Harry falls in love with Cho Chang, a girl in Ravenclaw, another house at Hogwarts, Harry^aEURTMs school. There is action and adventure in every book (Harry fights Voldemort, discovers a werewolf, joins a tournament, etc,). Mystery rises when a mysterious person rights with blood on the wall about murder. It has a lot of sci-fi like dragons, trolls, werewolves, and dementors (soul-sucking demons). In the first book, The Sorcerer^aEURTMs Stone, Harry first finds out he^aEURTMs a wizard and finds out his parents were killed by Voldemort. He also first ...
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Harry Potter And The Sorcerers Stone - 1,073 words
Rowling. The main character Harry Potter, discovers that he not an ordinary boy, he is in fact, a wizard. Harry soon discovers that he is famous, famous for the downfall of a corrupt wizard, Lord Voldemort. Harry finds out that he has been accepted into a school, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, a school for young witches and wizards. While in school, he becomes friends with another wizard named Ronald Weasely and witch, Hermione Granger. Not to soon after starting school, Harry becomes the youngest Quidditch Seeker of the century after an incident during flying class. Harry, Ron, and Hermione discover that Lord Voldemort is trying to get something hidden beneath the school. The S ...
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Juilus And Ethel Rosenberg - 1,648 words
... ast(Milton 2). Because he had committed these acts more than 20 years before, he could not be charged for spying but was charged for lying under oath about his involvement with the Soviet Union(Milton 3). Alger Hiss was the first of many spies who either confessed or were caught by the government in a domino effect that eventually led to the capture and final execution of the Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Twelve days after the Hiss conviction a physicist from England who worked first hand with the Manhattan project confessed to spying for the Soviet Union(Milton 23). The physicist was Klaus Fuchs and the Manhattan project was America's name for it nuclear experimenting project(Milton 25). ...
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