Internal Conflict In Harry Potter

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Being in danger can bring out who somebody really is, whether they stay and fight or just run away. In this novel like any other of the Harry Potter series, Harry is faced with another problem. But he doesn't just shy away and accept defeat. He and his two friends Ron and Hermione waste no time trying to figure out what's going on in their school. They understand that that if they want Hogwarts to stay open then its up to them.
Harry and his friends are always together, which is a good thing because they need to work together if they wanna figure this out. “Instead he contented himself with scrawling a note to Ron: Let's do it tonight. Ron read the message, swallowed hard, and looked sideways at the empty seat usually filled by Hermione. The
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Harry is a very powerful wizard, especially for his age. Lots of people know who he is, the baby who got away from Voldemort. The lightning shaped scar that he has on his forehead is famous. But Harry uses his wizarding skills for good, he is loyal to his school and his friends. Which means that he is always willing to put up a fight for them, no matter how dangerous or scary it could be. Harry experiences some internal conflict again, he feels like he will become corrupt with power, just like Tom Riddle. Exactly,' said Dumbledore, beaming once more. 'Which makes you very different from Tom Riddle. It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities. (P.333) Dumbledore is telling Harry that his choices is what makes him different. Just because he has the same power doesn't mean he will make the same mistakes. Harry sticks up for what is right and for what he believes in, which is a good reason why he helps save Hogwarts. Even though he was breaking school rules and was told several times not to interfere, he still did. “I seem to remember telling you both that I would have to expel you if you broke any more school rules,' said Dumbledore. Ron opened his mouth wide in horror. 'Which only goes to show that the best of us must sometimes eat our words,' Dumbledore went on, smiling.(P.330-331)” Dumbledore knew that they…show more content…
The author J.K Rowling does a good job of revealing her theme throughout the novel. Rowling sends her message out throughout the novel, with all of the obstacles and challenges Harry and his friends go to. But they stay together and figure things out, they never gave up on eachother. In the end it all came together and they helped out Hogwarts. Personally I agree with this topic because when people are in danger or when something bad is going to happen people usually shut down, but the strong people stand up and fight. Harry dark arts teacher Mr. Lockhart always ran away when exposed to danger, he wasn't the way that people thought he was. The topic of being in danger reveals who somebody truly is, this is displayed throughout the novel. It shows that Harry and his friends are the bravest in the school, because they stay
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