Harry Potter Research Paper

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Since the 1990’s, J.K. Rowling has been known as one of the most prestigious authors. This is due to the fact, she has written seven of the most inspiring and relatable fictional novels in the series known as Harry Potter. As with every book ever written, the whole Harry Potter series consists of themes. To add, themes are timeless messages the author sends to the reader through the book. Specifically, the third book in the series Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban possesses the theme of Good vs Evil. To shape the theme of Good vs Evil, there are three strong individuals that have symbolized this and they encompass Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort. To begin with, Hermione Granger is the first character that contributes in a good way to the theme of Good vs Evil in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Especially, in this novel Hermione was known to ultimately find her inner self. This novel has a coming of age aspect in regards to her character. On another note, …show more content…

Voldemort himself killed Harry’s parents due to the fact, they were trying to protect Harry. On another note, Lord Voldemort does not make a physical appearance in the third novel, but shows up in a painting in one of the scenes of the movie. Saying that, he is mentioned multiple times in the book for various reasons. “They [in regards to Harry’s parents] didn’t die in a car crash! said Harry, who found himself on his feet” (Rowling, 36). This quote was from Harry talking to his muggle family about his parents due to the fact he knows the truth about what happened to them and everyone was trying to tell him otherwise. As a whole, Lord Voldemort did not make an appearance in the third novel, but in the end, makes an impact on Harry and the majority of the characters in the series in a negative

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