Harry Potter Book Read
496 wordsI think 4 th and 5 th 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 it...
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Good And Evil Magical Powers
800 wordsIn 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...
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Harry Potter Prisoner Of Azkaban
577 wordsI. 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 pl...
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Harry Potter Medieval Era
758 wordsHarry 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...
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J K Rowling Harry Potter
1,989 wordsHarry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, is the third book in the trilogy of J. K. Rowling's 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 wi...
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Harry Potter Peer Pressure
842 wordsHarry 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 childr...
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J K Rowling Harry Potter
559 wordsThe 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 Harry's third year at the magical school Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizard. 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, Ha...
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J K Rowling Man Vs Man
688 wordsI. 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 h...
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The Early Life Of Harry Potter
1,247 wordsHave 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 Jo...
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Frankenstein The Classic Harry Potter
1,181 wordsHarry 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...
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Acts Of Violence Harry Potter
708 wordsdecided to watch a movie in which the violence is less grotesque. The movie that I chose to watch was "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. " I chose this movie because I have recently read that the children's book series Harry Potter has been rated amongst the most violent books meant for young readers. If you look at "Harry Potter" through a uses and gratifications perspective, children would most likely watch the first "Harry Potter" for entertainment, but continue to follow the series ou...
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Harry Potter Political And Psychological Aspects
2,237 wordsHarry Potter: Political and Psychological Aspects (1) The phenomenon of Harry Potters popularity has been discussed in literary circles for a decade now, without majority of critics being able to define the very essence of such popularity. This is because, up until the time when Joanne Rowling made a fortune with the help of her literary character, only very few people considered childrens literature as such the carries a certain metaphysical message. The simplicity was thought to be the key for...
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Harry Potter Harry Potters Read
329 wordsRunning head: ASSIGNMENT # 5 Assignment # 5 June 28, 2009 Assignment # 5 When I was a child, I had a lot of favorite books. I liked to read and I spent a lot of time reading various books about adventures, vampires, pirates, animals, fairy-tales and legends. My favorite books were Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories, story of a young King Arthur, Mary Poppins, Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island and, of course, Harry Potter written by J. K. Rowling. Harry Potter series were in my favorites. I...
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J K Rowling Harry Potter
2,119 wordsValues in Harry Potter Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone by J. K. Rowling is a childrens novel about a young boy, Harry Potter, and his adventures at Hogwarts, a school for wizards and witches. The novel is filled with humorous tales of exciting escapades in and around the school. There are many characters in the novel, and they do not always get along well. They make fun of each other and judge each other by a certain set of standards. Some of these standards include wealth, intelligence, fa...
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Harry Potter Million Customers
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Good And Evil Magical Powers
839 wordsGood Vs. Evil In Harry Potter And Good Vs. Evil In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer? s Stone Sorcerer? s Stone? Good vs. Evil? In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer? s 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 dow...
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1,611 wordsHarry Potter Literature that children are exposed to often gives them ideas and provokes them to think and draw their own conclusions about things, it also provides a necessary escape from reality for them. This is why censoring childrens books can be rather destructive to their developing minds. If the tools with which kids are given to sharpen their minds are banned, then a little part of their education is stolen from them. With every theft of knowledge the future is too robbed of possibility...
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Dursley Dudley Weasley Potter
325 wordsThe Best book I ever read this summer was Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Some of the characters in the book are Harry Potter, Bathilda Bagshot (author), Wendel in the Weird (witch), Vernon Dursley, Petunia Dursley, Dudley Dursley, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Hedwig (Harry's owl), Lily Potter, James Potter, Errol (Weasley's owl), Arthur Weasley, Bill Weasley, Molly Weasley, Scabbers, Ginny, Percy Weasley, Fred Weasley, George Weasley, Hagrid, Mineral McGonagall, Sirius Black, Marge ...
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1,196 wordsA Higher Level of Thinking In J. K. Rowling s Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, the author uses the aspect of fantasy to teach courage, friendship and sticking up for yourself through the main character who is enchanted by the world of wizardry. In Edwin A. Abbott s Flatland, the author demonstrates through his analogy of the transcendence of A 2 becoming A 3 the idea of higher dimensions. Abbott presents fantasy through the morphosis that A 2 undergoes to achieve the destiny of transcen...
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1,205 wordsJoanne Kathleen Rowling is an author that people should take more serious. Also known as, J. K. Rowling, this fantastic author is one of a kind. She has moved all over the world, suffered poverty, had a mother die young, and still managed to take good care of her young daughter alone. She has done some remarkable feats in her shot time as a publicized author, some of which will be discussed. Imagine being poor and recently divorced and raising a young child alone, those are some serious shortcom...
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