Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Identity Essay

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Identity is how humans make it in the ‘adult’ world, and also in also in the fictional world. Over the years, fictional stories have become more realistic. Honestly, fictional stories have are a great way of allowing people to fantasize of a better humanistic identity. In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling, the main charter Harry Potter faces many obstacles. Some of those obstacles include his friends and family and others include his wellbeing. Harry is a dedicated wizard whose parents were murdered by Voldemort when he was young. His whole life he has been beating Voldemort from being murdered himself. In this book we are told his beloved professor Dumbledore has passed and now Harry and his friends have to unfold the Deathly Hallows with little to no clues. In the beginning of the story, the reader can gather that Harry is very close to his friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. Dumbledore leaves Ron, Hermione and Harry each a gift in his last will and testament to help destroy the Horcruxes. When Harry and his friends are trying to figure out how to destroy the Horcruxes, they take turns wearing it to keep it safe. The Horcruxes necklace leaves…show more content…
Dumbledore knew all this time Harry would need to be killed by Voldemort at the right time because when Voldemort murdered Harry’s parents part of his soul went into Harry since he was the closest living thing. Harry feels so betrayed. Dumbledore was supposed to be his mentor. He treated him like family. Harry has no idea how to even feel. He has never been so crushed in his life. For once in his life he feels defeated. When Harry is at death’s door he has one last conversation with Dumbledore. Voldemort thinks Harry is dead and announces it but soon finds out he is wrong…tables turned and Harry kills
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