Comparing A Midsummer Night's Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince

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Love magic is one of the tricks that a person makes another person he or she likes to fall in love with. It has many methods to use the love magic. Love potion is one of the most popular methods in many stories. Love potion doesn’t cause the affection or love of a drinker or receiver for someone. As a result of love potion, it causes the obsession instead. It doesn’t last so long ; it will be determined to last as much as the drinker or receiver take. Love potion may satisfied a giver but also makes he or she realize about the fact that a drinker or receiver doesn’t fall in love for real. It is so painful to see a drinker or receiver turn back to reality and refuses the love from a giver again. Love potion is appeared in many stories. Some of them are “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Harry Potter and the half-blood prince.” In the story “A MIdsummer Night’s Dream”, love potion is a juice of purple flower or sometimes called “love-in-idleness.” It is used for several times with several people and several situations. First example is when Robin, a mischievous spirit puts love potion in…show more content…
Romilda Vane, a Gryffindor student believes that Harry Potter is a “Chosen one” or a person who is determined to kill Lord Voldermort. She falls in love with him and wants to win his heart by giving him chocolate with spiked with love potion. Ron is the one who eats it, As a result of it, Ron feels obsessive love with Romilda.
Unsimilarity of love potion in both stories is in “A MIdsummer Night’s Dream”, love potion is used by dropping in someone’s eye and that person will fall in love with a person who he or she sees first. Unlike love potion in “Harry Potter and the half-blood prince” , it works when a drinker drinks it and falls in love with a giver. Another way is spiking with food and then consume

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