The series of stories were written by a 28-year-old Horowitz, and initially published as a single title, before they were broken down and published as different stories in a collection. The novels offer some of the most interesting of legends and myths with timeless classics such as Romulus and Remus and the Minotaur among the classics excellently retold. Battles and Quest is one novel you would definitely want to start
Many prefer the fan fiction theories than the original work. This clearly shows the influence of art, movie or books, on the masses and the creation of a new genre ‘Fan Fiction Theory’. Fan Theories around The Harry Potter Series 1) Draco Malfoy is a Werewolf: Draco Malfoy from the beginning of the Harry Potter series has been shown as the rich, self-absorbed brat, mostly because he belongs to a rich, ‘pure’ wizard family- which means all members of the family are of magical descent. At the starting of the series Draco is seen using unpleasant magical slurs and idealises the ‘magical’ Nazi movement which
Rowling’s Harry Potter series. The author draws on the fact that the educational system in Harry Potter is based on the premise that anyone with magical powers has equal access to education and the same power positions after graduation. What distinguishes this article from others, is that it analyzes if the educational system in the Hogwarts promotes equal access and opportunity rather than if there are gender roles implemented within the characters or the houses. There is a focus on Hermione, the main young heroine, and her pursuit of knowledge in order to overcome all obstacles and gain power. The author, Janet Croft, has a Master of Library Science and alongside her higher education teaching career she is the editor of Mythlore, a peer-reviewed academic journal, that focuses on mythology and fantasy.
What might go unnoticed, and is only fully revealed in this episode of the stories, is that Severus Snape exposes himself to be the tragic hero of the story. All of Snape’s characteristics of a tragic hero happened long before the story of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. As we see, when his whole story is shown to us, is that Snape’s tragic flaw was his love for Lily Potter. He met Lily Potter as a young child, before either of them attended Hogwarts. He was instantly in love with Lily.
Moonlighters is a trilogy of bestselling novels written by award winning novelist Terri Blackstock. The first novel in the Moonlighters trilogy was Truth Stained Lies first published in 2013. The series of novels are generally regarded as Christian Fiction. The Moonlighters series of novels are about the women of the Cramer family who moonlight as amateur sleuths, working to resolve mysterious murder mysteries that involve their loved ones. The series of murders range from the killing of the protagonist’s husband, wrongful conviction of a brother, and a relationship with a man that turns out to be a drug dealer and possible killer.
The fantasy genre and religious allegory have vast differences, but can intertwine with each other. According to Children’s Literature Classics, the fantasy genre features “Events (that) occur outside the ordinary laws that operate within the universe” (Children’s Literature Classics). Magic is central to the genre, and often involves journeys and quests. According to John H. Timmerman, fantasy literature provides a parallel reality that gives readers a renewed awareness of the world around them. “There is an enormous and unquenchable thirst in humankind for precisely this opportunity to pause.
For example, the comic does not feature drag racing or any other form of motor vehicle competition by the different characters. Similarly, the comic book does not have vampire gals as part of the storyline. It only contains an exploration of the life in Victoriana. This was a mythical planet earth, where all forms of fiction were considered as the truth and characters had the ability to intersect indiscriminately. This meant that they had the ability to team up with a view of undermining all reprehensible schemes unbelievable techniques.
They frequently involve supernatural beings or events. Examples of myths include ‘Ancient Rome’ and ‘The myth of King Midas and his golden touch’. The Fairy Tale genre consists of old-style, fictional stories that are written for children and normally involve a variety of make-believe characters and creatures (e.g. fairies, elves, talking animals, giants or witches) and often a bit of magic as well. They usually describe a fanciful story line which often happened long, long ago.
Rowling’s use of formula, plot, characterization, theme, and symbolization make her works worthy of study in a college literature class. The Harry Potter series is a series of seven books that tell the story of Harry Potter, and his friends, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger. Together
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II *Spoiler Alert* With the last ever hard cover Harry Potter book being released on the 31st of July (which is in fact Harry’s Birthday) the world has gone crazy for this series once again. The author J.K Rowling teamed up with Broadway Director Jack Thorne and Broadway Play Writer John Tiffany to write this book but it really isn’t a book. It is the script for a theatre play which has been presented at Palace Theatre, London and I can expect many muggles around the world would like to see it hit the stage in their local city. However, this isn’t the only new release to be part of the Harry Potter Series with 3 new e-Books being released on Pottermore, a website owned by Rowling’s herself. If the wasn’t enough for the much loved book and film saga another movie is also being released this