Gryffindor Theme Of Courage

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The courage in Harry’s heart that is created during his childhood is apparent when he entered the magical world. He has such empathy for others because he grew up in obscurity that causes him to stand up and confront those that are bullied and made fun of. He sees the need to help people because no one else did when Harry needed help which is why he made himself as the one to step in and defend Neville when Malfoy steals the Remembrall (158). Harry does not let Malfoy just get away with it, he sacrifices Gryffindor’s house points and breaks the rules in order to get the Remembrall from him. Furthermore, Harry’s courage shows when Malfoy is making fun of Ron and telling Harry to choose his friends wisely by saying “I think I can tell who the
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