The Concept Of Magical Magicism On Harry Potter And The Philosopher Stone And Matilda

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The main objective of this study is to find out and compare the concept of magical realism on Harry potter and The Philosopher Stone and Matilda. Parents always want to see their children live in happily. But in these both the protagonists suffer out of their parents and people from outside. They also get help from their teachers and friends. They do anything through magic, adventures to save their life from the evil people and those who against them. They learn magic as much as experience and knowledge as possible to prepare for the future and defeat the bad witches and bad people. They involve themselves in adventures in the hope that they will obtain the happiness. In addition to Harry Potter, the successful novel and film adaptation and merchandise are ranging from toys to games to clothes, a wealth of popular and academic works discussing the phenomenon that is Harry Potter has been published over recent years- to varying degrees of acclaim. Some critics praise potter author J.K.Rowling for successfully negotiating the fine line between being ‘both utterly original and part of a literary lineage’ (caselli, 168). Rowling invents something altogether new, or has she merely recycled what had been done and successfully so, by others before her? Effectively, though, this debate misses the most important aspects of Rowling’s success. Harry Potter and Matilda wish for arrival, shy and insecure, make some lifelong friends, take on the school bully and break some of the school

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