The Sorcerer's Stone Sparknotes

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The Trio’s Brains You often hear of the trio when you hear about the name Harry Potter, most people just look at Harry Potter but what about his friends who helps him along the way? Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley were important assets to the trio, but Hermione Granger was the brains of the trio. I got Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone for a school christmas exchange gift, and I started reading it and found great interest in it. When I started reading this, I was not into read any types of books at all but as I progressed in this book, I began to find a love for reading. In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter finds out he is a wizard, and must face a series of challenges during his first year at Hogwarts, but he would …show more content…

Their friendship did not start until the three of them were about to get in trouble. Hermione stepped up and confronted: “Please, Professor McGonagall - they were looking for me … I thought I could deal with it on my own -- you know, because I’ve read all about them.” (Rowling page 177). On Halloween, a troll “broke” into the school and was released into the girls bathroom where Hermione was. After the three of them went through a series of disagreements. Professor McGonagall and other teachers went over to get rid of the troll but instead find Harry, Ron and Hermione there with the troll knocked out. Instead of all three getting in trouble, Hermione stood up and said it was her fault. Ever since that moment those three have been inseparable and loyal. Towards the end of the book, J.K. Rowling had the trio face a series of challenges to obtain the Sorcerer’s stone. Hermione told Harry: “‘Harry - you 're a great wizard, you know.’ ‘I 'm not as good as you,’ said Harry, very embarrassed, as she let go of …show more content…

Hermione Granger uses logic in order to help figure things out. When Harry, Ron, and Hermione get into different situations. After Ron Weasley, Harry Potter, and Hermione Granger got into the trouble with the troll, Ron Weasley and Harry Potter thought it would of been a better idea to go find out more information. Hermione declined: “‘I hope you’re pleased with yourselves. We could all have been killed – or worse, expelled. Now, if you don’t mind, I’m going to bed.’” (Rowling page 162). Hermione Granger knew that it could have been a bad idea that something else could happen to get them into trouble so she used her logic to say she was going to go to bed instead. Well down looking for the sorcerer 's stone, Harry and Hermione had to get past a riddle with potions. Hermione confirmed: “‘Of course not,’ said Hermione. ‘Everything we need is here on this paper.’” (Page 286). Hermione Granger knew from the moment she read the riddle on the piece of paper that they would not need supplies to get through the gate to get the sorcerer 's stone. She used her logic to know that she would know which potion to drink to advance and which potion she would need to be able to get back through to the school. She showed that you just needed to read the paper carefully. Hermione Granger is logical because she looks on the bright sides of things and the way she can quickly analyze different types of situations.
Hermione Granger is a loyal friend, quite intelligent, and very logical. Hermione

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