Jk Rowling Literary Analysis Essay

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J. K. Rowling
Jennipher Maddela
English 12 Honors
January 22nd, 2018
Part One of Literary Analysis
“Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light”, Joanne Rowling once said. J.K Rowling is a well known author throughout the world, mostly known for her work in writing the series of Harry Potter. She is one author whose fame did not come easy for her. She is a dedicated hard worker who started her career in a different way. Her story is something not many people know about. It’s worth the share because it shows how you can overcome anything.
Joanne Rowling was born in Yate, United Kingdom on July 31st, 1965. Her name is many is J.K Rowling because she had adopted her grandmother's name Kathleen, which is what the K stands for but she doesn’t have a middle name. She had a calming childhood with her parents and her sister
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Friendship a theme displayed that truly develops the book. The main characters or friendship bond is Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione. When Harry first entered the school and was isolated. He didn’t know anyone but rapidly found himself a large group of friends. There, in that group, he found Ron and Hermione who became his closest friends. In hogwarts it's important to build relationships fast in order to deal with difficult classes and especially homesickness. When Harry is in a predicament he always has Ron and Hermione by his side helping him out. For example to reach the Mirror of Erised the only way it would happen was with Harry’s friends. Other prime examples for how Harry needed his friend to survive was when there was a challenge of the giant wizarding chess given by Professor McGonagall. As well as the challenge of potions from Professor Snape. The friendship created with Harry, Ron and Hermione saves life and helps him keep Voldemort away from seeking the Sorcerer's
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