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Comparison Between Albus 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child'

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I have always wondered what happened to Harry Potter after book seven and after the battle of Hogwarts. What kind of ending is ‘‘All is well.’’?!?!?! We need more than that! Luckily in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by Jack Thorne, we can experience life after the battle of Hogwarts (and not just a three page summary of the Hogwarts train station 19 years later). This time we get a full story of the Cursed Child… Albus Severus Potter. Albus has been found to be: a determined, yet reluctant, forgiving person. There is many reasons that I would say that Albus is determined. One example was when Albus wanted to jump off a moving train to save the life of Cedric Diggory… even though Albus’ best friend Scorpius does not think it is a good idea. On page 53 he says to Scorpius “I’m going to do this Scorpius. I need to do this.” when Scorpius says it is still a bad idea, Albus ignores him and then jumps. This is found on page 56. “‘Albus this is a bad idea’ ‘Is it’... he jumps” Although Albus is…show more content…
For example, Quidditch. “Up. Up. Up. His broom doesn’t move. Not even a millimeter. He stares at it .” This proves that just because Albus doesn’t like Quidditch, he doesn’t try to get his broom in his hand, but instead just stares at it. Albus is Determined, reluctant but also forgiving. This is proven during “bonding” moments after the battle is won. Harry is known for not understanding Albus, and Albus is less known for not understanding Harry. On pages 1, 2, 3, 4, and ,5 Harry and Albus go for a walk to a graveyard where Cedric Diggory is buried and they laugh and talk and find a great father/ son relationship. Albus can be described in many, many more ways, but I think these are 3 of the one that stand out the most. There is plenty of evidence that Albus is determined, reluctant and forgiving, but it is too much to write (or type) and sometimes it simply can not be described in
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