Harry potter is all about confronting fears
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Since its first release, J. Despite this criticism, the novel, and series in general, has gone on to tremendous success around the world. Ironically, it is the same features that have raised the ire of critics that have also lifted the Harry Potter series to worldwide fame. This is due to the fact that Rowling not only knows her audience, she is also a formidable writer capable of giving her readers what they want in an understandable yet challenging manner. As mentioned above, children do not shy away from serious life issues like evil, violence, and death in literature; rather they wish to learn about these issues in their own fashion and time Rudd —
Very wise, Harry. See, Lupin totally agrees with us. Harry is very wise for his age. Being afraid of fear, of how it makes you feel and of what it can do to you, is pretty smart. After about a minute inside it, she burst out again, screaming.
Jan 22, AM. Twilight is about how important it is to have a boyfriend.
I used that quote in my persuasive essay!!! Why Harry Potter is better than Twilight. Ever since the Twilight exploded around and , Harry Potter and the twilight series have constantly been compared and contrasted with each other before any other series. Maybe it was the fact that they both had to do with imaginary creatures such as vampires and werewolves, or maybe it had to do with how both of the series were very popular among the same demographic of people. But nonetheless, people who loved Harry Potter seemed to hate Twilight, and vice versa. Even worse, people who loved Harry Potter seemed to hate the people that loved Twilight. There was a lot of hate being passed around during that time.
The following is a list of themes considered to play a part in the Harry Potter Series , both academically and by J. K Rowling. According to best-selling author Stephen King, a major theme of the books is confronting fears. This is depicted by the fact that the whole society in the series fears Voldemort. They fear even speaking his name, instead calling him"You-know-who".