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He was tutored at home with his siblings and didn't go out very much. The only times he really got to go out was when the family went home to Greece or to one of the other Amazon nations.
Themis lifted her head blinking her wide silver blue eyes. In a few years you'll even join me.
Just don't let Asteria and Leto push you around. They are younger than you. Harry leaned gently against his sister shoulder. For being so young they were complete and utter terrors.
It's the wizard blood you see. You just won't start getting bigger until you're a bit older. If clouds could talk Harry thought that they would sound like Themis.
His sister was a very calm person and rarely raised her voice. The few times he had seen Themis angry had been terrifying.
Her teeth had elongated and her terrible fangs had descended, her fingernails had become razor sharp claws and for a moment it had seemed like her face had even become bird like.
The memory still made Harry shiver sometimes. She wrapped a warm arm around his shoulders. Maybe Hogwarts could be his chance to escape his annoying younger siblings.
We'll see when they turn eleven. Walking over to the trunk she reached in and pulled out a book.
Coming back over to the bed she held it out to Harry. Harry took the book gingerly. Eleven years old and Harry still felt as small as he had when he was nine.
For a few brief moments the other night he had felt like a giant when he had gotten his letter.
He had crowed and danced around the manor waving his letter in triumph. Asteria had tried to push him down the stairs at one point but had been stopped by a firm slap on the back of her head by Themis.
During the past two years his younger sisters had matured slightly but Asteria was still a royal pain in the backside.
Harry couldn't wait to go to Hogwarts and get away from his sisters. Clinging tightly to Themis' hand he allowed himself to be lead through the crowds of Diagon Alley.
He had never really been here before. Usually his mother only took them shopping in Amazon run places. She had said though that for Hogwarts they had to come here.
They were headed to Gringotts to retrieve some money left to him by his real parents. While his mother had always cared for him and seen to his every need she thought he might like the independence of having his own spending money now that he was going off to school.
Harry couldn't wait for school. Finally he would get to learn proper magic. Up until this point his education had been limited to history and arithmetic and languages and other boring subjects.
Amazonian magic was different from wizarding magic. It was more ancient and arcane relying heavily on chanting, focusing stones and a general skill at what wizards called wandless magic.
This meant that you had to memorize an incantation perfectly and know it well enough that you could cause it to happen by just saying the word.
The most talented could do it just be thinking that word strongly enough. Harry had too much wizard and giant in his blood for that though.
He would have to get a wand first and learn magic the wizard way before he could move on to wandless magic. It was a bit disappointing but all that seemed like a distant memory as he stared in awe at Diagon alley.
He heard whispers about broomsticks and Quidditch teams as they moved through the street. His family didn't follow Quidditch but he was aware of it.
He couldn't wait to get on a broomstick. It must be wonderful to fly. Themis had one but she never used it.
It just sat in her closet during vacations and occasionally Harry would take it out and marvel at it.
It seemed to be tilted and when he paused to stare at it a bit longer Themis quickly yanked him along.
He stumbled but he started walking again following after his sister. Entering the bank he flinched away from the stares of the goblins.
There was something unnerving about them. Standing at the end of the long row of goblins was a tall man in a long brown overcoat with large bushy black hair.
He seemed to be having a private conversation with the head goblin. Hagrid turned slowly when he heard his name called and gasped in surprise.
His eyes quickly went to Harry who was clinging to Themis hand. He got a watery look about his face as he smiled widely and stepped forward.
I haven't seen you since you was a baby," there was nothing but kindness and warmth in Hagrids voice as he bent slightly over to get a better look at the boy.
The man reminded him of some of the Amazonian men who had a bit too much giant in them. They always seemed to be extra big and extra hairy.
His mother looked down up at Hagrid and smiled what he considered to be her politician's smile. It was the one where the warmth never quite reached her eyes.
You undoubtedly do not remember him but he brought you to me when you were a baby. He is the keeper of keys and grounds at Hogwarts.
Are you here on business Hagrid? Aurora's eyes were sharp as they took in every subtle nuance from how Hagrid stood to the state of his beard.
They seemed to dart around mentally cataloguing items for later consideration. Hagrid coughed into his hand and nodded.
Aurora nodded slowly and reached into a bag producing a small key. She handed the key to Themis who took it without even blinking. I must pop over and pick up one or two items for the consulate and I was wondering if you could help my children with getting Harry's money from his vault.
Looking nervous for a moment Hagrid found he couldn't stand the terrifying weight of Aurora's stare. She had always seemed like a nice polite girl when she had been at Hogwarts but there had always beeen something a bit unsettling about her.
Turning Aurora strode out of the bank and Hagrid released a breath he hadn't realized he had been holding. Looking down at the children he did his best to smile.
Hagrid stepped back up to the head goblin and pulled a grubby letter out of his pocket. Hagrid then looked down at Themis who stepped forward with Harry still hiding slightly behind her.
Here is his key," She placed the key in front of the goblin in a very matter of fact manner. The goblin nodded and waved a hand.
Hagrid, Themis and Harry followed the goblin. When they were finished in the vaults of Gringotts the trio returned to the surface where Aurora was waiting patiently for them.
But before you all go there is one thing I'd like to do. The group followed Hagrid over to a shop that was advertising back to school specials on the sale of owls.
Harry had never really had a pet before. Traditional Amazonian pets weren't allowed in England. When they went back to Greece he got to enjoy the large cat like creatures that lounged about the in the village, the family's ferocious hunting dogs and the small songbirds that were typically kept as pets but in England they didn't have so much as a goldfish.
When Themis had started at Hogwarts she had gotten a small black owl for delivering mail that seemed to follow his sister around at home like a tiny shadow.
Hagrid walked over to a cage and selected a large snowy white owl. He carried it proudly to the counter exchanging a few coins with the storeowner.
Walking over to Harry he held the owl out to Harry. Haven't really gotten you anything in the past eleven years so I hope this makes up for that.
For the first time Harry stepped out of his sister's shadow and took the owl from Hagrid. It was something that was really is. Sure he had plenty of his own possessions at home but this felt like it was something that was truly his in a way that nothing else had before.
Something untouched by the overwhelming presence of his relatives. Good luck with your shopping. A few weeks later Harry was again following his sister and mother this time though it was through the busy London train station.
He had his ticket clutched tightly in his hand and was practically bouncing with excitement. His trolley was loaded down with his trunk, his owl Hedwig and his various packages for the start of term.
His mother had given him a few special packages that she told him not to open until he got to school and some train treats. Themis was just a few steps ahead of him and kept looking back over her shoulder to check on him.
The younger siblings had stayed home with father. Harry really didn't know what he thought of his father.
The man seemed more like a shadow than a person. He was there, quietly looking after things but when compared with his mother's overwhelming personality and presence he seemed to barely exist.
As they approached a barrier between platforms nine and ten Harry saw a family of red heads gone in through a magical door with a red headed matriarch shouting orders.
He thought for a moment it might be another Amazon family, perhaps with a bit too much siren blood, but there were too many boys and they all seemed too small.
For some unexplained reason Amazons always had more girls than boys. His mother strode through the barrier on the heels of the ginger family and Harry followed right after his sister.
On the other side of the barrier the red headed woman was talking to his mother and the two twin boys were smiling widely at his sister.
Harry paused for a moment and took in the sight that was the Hogwarts express it looked wondrous. The large black and red steam engine seemed like something out of a dream.
At the far end of the platform he saw another family of pale, light haired people and wondered for a moment if they had too much veela as well but dismissed the thought.
His eyes kept drifting around taking in the crowd of children around one boy and another boy about his age with a woman he assumed was the boy's grandmother.
She was far too old to be his mother. He seemed to be looking for something amongst his luggage. Mother had on another one her fake smiles again.
The one that she used when she wanted people to think she was genuinely interested. Themis waved a hand at Harry and gestured for him to follow her to one of the train doors.
The twin boys followed after Themis. Themis easily lifted her own trunk off the trolley and lifted it onto the train. The two boys appeared next to Harry's trunk.
The other boy came over and helped Harry lifted his trunk onto the platform. It was heavier than he thought it would. He was used to having his family lift heavy things for him.
Even his little sisters were physically stronger than him. Sometimes he doubted the families' assertion that he had giant blood. Reaching up a sleeve Harry wiped some of the sweaty hair out of his eyes exposing his scar.
The twin's eyes instantly zeroed in on it. Harry took a small step back looking up for help from his sister who appeared in the door of the train.
Harry snapped to action quickly hopping down to the platform and handing the owls up to his sister who disappeared again into the depths of the train.
Suddenly a voice called for they twins. They gave him one last look before running off. Harry's mother came walking over slowly with a raised eyebrow.
She leaned one hand casually on the trolley as Themis appeared back in the train doorway. This surprised Harry, as usually his mother didn't show a lot of physical affection to her children.
She nodded at Themis before she turned and walked away. Bring the last of your things. Grabbing his small packages he took his sister's hand.
She led him back to an empty compartment at the end of the train. Themis had already put away their trunks and let the owls out of their cages.
The little black owl known as Cerberus had sat itself on top of its cage and puffed itself out, even at its most fluffed it was still barely a third of the size of Hedwig who seemed mostly interested in preening her feathers.
Themis collapsed back into a seat stretching her legs out and pulling out a schoolbook. She immediately set to the task of reading ignoring Harry.
This suited Harry just fine as he contented himself with looking out the train window. Harry could see the red headed twins talking with their mother.
They got on the train just before it started moving. The younger sister ran after the train waving excitedly.
As the train settled into a clanking rhythm Harry settled back into a content posture. He had devoured the book his sister had given him two years ago.
He knew so much about Hogwarts and he couldn't wait to get there. Harry had never felt like he fully belonged with his family.
Sure he loved them but something always seemed slightly off and he thought perhaps at Hogwarts he would find what he was missing. Story Story Writer Forum Community.
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Swinging his hands Hagrid nodded quickly. Themis," The girl looked up at her mother. One pointed at it, Harry wasn't sure which.
Harry reached up a hand to wipe at his forehead hoping they weren't staring at the scar. Hand me the owls Harry," Themis held out her hands for both cages.
End Chapter 1. In Chapter 2 - train adventures, sorting and other exciting times at Hogwarts. The author would like to thank you for your continued support.
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The point at which the mystery is unravelled marks the series' shift from foreboding and uncertainty into open conflict. Voldemort's plan to have Crouch use the tournament to bring Harry to Voldemort succeeds.
Although Harry manages to escape, Cedric Diggory , the other Hogwarts champion in the tournament, is killed by Peter Pettigrew and Voldemort re-enters the Wizarding World with a physical body.
In response to Voldemort's reappearance, Dumbledore re-activates the Order of the Phoenix , a secret society which works from Sirius Black's dark family home to defeat Voldemort's minions and protect Voldemort's targets, especially Harry.
Despite Harry's description of Voldemort's recent activities, the Ministry of Magic and many others in the magical world refuse to believe that Voldemort has returned.
In an attempt to counter and eventually discredit Dumbledore, who along with Harry is the most prominent voice in the Wizarding World attempting to warn of Voldemort's return, the Ministry appoints Dolores Umbridge as the High Inquisitor of Hogwarts and the new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher.
She transforms the school into a dictatorial regime and refuses to allow the students to learn ways to defend themselves against dark magic.
Hermione and Ron form " Dumbledore's Army ", a secret study group in which Harry agrees to teach his classmates the higher-level skills of Defence Against the Dark Arts that he has learned from his previous encounters with Dark wizards.
Through those lessons, Harry begins to develop a crush on the popular and attractive Cho Chang. Juggling schoolwork, Umbridge's incessant and persistent efforts to land him in trouble and the defensive lessons, Harry begins to lose sleep as he constantly receives disturbing dreams about a dark corridor in the Ministry of Magic, followed by a burning desire to learn more.
An important prophecy concerning Harry and Lord Voldemort is then revealed,  and Harry discovers that he and Voldemort have a painful connection, allowing Harry to view some of Voldemort's actions telepathically.
In the novel's climax, Harry is tricked into seeing Sirius tortured and races to the Ministry of Magic. He and his friends face off against Voldemort's followers nicknamed Death Eaters at the Ministry of Magic.
Although the timely arrival of members of the Order of the Phoenix saves the teenagers' lives, Sirius Black is killed in the conflict.
Harry and his friends are relatively protected from that danger at Hogwarts. They are subject to all the difficulties of adolescence — Harry eventually begins dating Ginny, Ron establishes a strong infatuation with fellow Hogwarts student Lavender Brown , and Hermione starts to develop romantic feelings towards Ron.
Near the beginning of the novel, lacking his own book, Harry is given an old potions textbook filled with many annotations and recommendations signed by a mysterious writer titled; "the Half-Blood Prince.
With war drawing near, Harry takes private lessons with Dumbledore, who shows him various memories concerning the early life of Voldemort in a device called a Pensieve.
These reveal that in order to preserve his life, Voldemort has split his soul into pieces, used to create a series of Horcruxes — evil enchanted items hidden in various locations, one of which was the diary destroyed in the second book.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , the last original novel in the series, begins directly after the events of the sixth book. Lord Voldemort has completed his ascension to power and gained control of the Ministry of Magic.
Harry, Ron and Hermione drop out of school so that they can find and destroy Voldemort's remaining Horcruxes. To ensure their own safety as well as that of their family and friends, they are forced to isolate themselves.
A ghoul pretends to be Ron ill with a contagious disease, Harry and the Dursleys separate, and Hermione wipes her parents' memories and sends them abroad.
As the trio searches for the Horcruxes, they learn details about an ancient prophecy of the Deathly Hallows, three legendary items that when united under one Keeper, would supposedly allow that person to be the Master of Death.
Harry discovers his handy Invisibility Cloak to be one of those items, and Voldemort to be searching for another: the Elder Wand, the most powerful wand in history.
At the end of the book, Harry and his friends learn about Dumbledore's past, as well as Snape's true motives — he had worked on Dumbledore's behalf since the murder of Harry's mother.
Eventually, Snape is killed by Voldemort out of paranoia. The book culminates in the Battle of Hogwarts.
Harry, Ron and Hermione, in conjunction with members of the Order of the Phoenix and many of the teachers and students, defend Hogwarts from Voldemort, his Death Eaters, and various dangerous magical creatures.
Several major characters are killed in the first wave of the battle, including Remus Lupin and Fred Weasley , Ron's older brother.
After learning that he himself is a Horcrux, Harry surrenders himself to Voldemort in the Forbidden Forest, who casts a killing curse Avada Kedavra at him.
The defenders of Hogwarts do not surrender after learning of Harry's presumed death and continue to fight on. Harry awakens and faces Voldemort, whose Horcruxes have all been destroyed.
In the final battle, Voldemort's killing curse rebounds off Harry's defensive spell Expelliarmus , killing Voldemort. An epilogue "Nineteen Years Later" set on 1 September  describes the lives of the surviving characters and the effects of Voldemort's death on the Wizarding World.
In the epilogue, Harry and Ginny are married with three children, and Ron and Hermione are married with two children. Rowling , Thorne and director John Tiffany.
The script was released on 31 July The play's official synopsis was released on 23 October .
It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn't much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband, and father of three school-age children.
While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted.
As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places.
Rowling expanded the Harry Potter universe with several short books produced for various charities. Proceeds from the sale of these two books benefited the charity Comic Relief.
The book was published internationally on 4 December In , Rowling launched a new website announcing an upcoming project called Pottermore.
The main purpose of the website was to allow the user to journey through the story with access to content not revealed by JK Rowling previously, with over 18, words of additional content.
In September , the website was completely overhauled and most of the features were removed. The site has been redesigned and it mainly focuses on the information already available, rather than exploration.
The Harry Potter novels are mainly directed at a young adult audience as opposed to an audience of middle grade readers, children, or adults.
The novels fall within the genre of fantasy literature , and qualify as a type of fantasy called " urban fantasy ", "contemporary fantasy", or " low fantasy ".
They are mainly dramas, and maintain a fairly serious and dark tone throughout, though they do contain some notable instances of tragicomedy and black humour.
In many respects, they are also examples of the bildungsroman , or coming of age novel,  and contain elements of mystery , adventure, horror , thriller , and romance.
The books are also, in the words of Stephen King , "shrewd mystery tales",  and each book is constructed in the manner of a Sherlock Holmes -style mystery adventure.
The stories are told from a third person limited point of view with very few exceptions such as the opening chapters of Philosopher's Stone , Goblet of Fire and Deathly Hallows and the first two chapters of Half-Blood Prince.
Clare's and the Naughtiest Girl series, and Frank Richards's Billy Bunter novels: the Harry Potter books are predominantly set in Hogwarts , a fictional British boarding school for wizards, where the curriculum includes the use of magic.
The Harry Potter stories feature medieval imagery and motifs drawn from the King Arthur stories. Hogwarts resembles a medieval university-cum-castle with several professors who belonging to an Order of Merlin; Old Professor Binns still lectures about the International Warlock Convention of ; and a real historical person, a 14th century scribe Sir Nicolas Flamel , is described as a holder of the Philosopher's Stone.
Many of the motifs of the Potter stories such as the hero's quest invoking objects that confer invisibility, magical animals and trees, a forest full of danger and the recognition of a character based upon scars are drawn from medieval French Arthurian romances.
Arnden and Lorenz wrote about the similarity between the Arthurian romances, where Camelot is a place of wonder and safety, and from where the heroic knights must venture forth facing various perils, usually in an enchanted forest; and Hogwarts, likewise a wondrous safe place, where Harry Potter and friends must periodically venture forth from to the magical forest that surrounds Hogwarts.
Like an Arthurian knight, Harry receives advice and encouragement from his mentor, Albus Dumbledore, who resembles both Merlin and King Arthur, but must vanquish his foes alone.
Both Percival and Potter are however outsiders in the places that they belong, unfamiliar with the rules of knighthood and magic, but both show extraordinary natural abilities with Percival proving himself an exceptional fighter while Potter is an excellent player of Quidditch.
Each of the seven books is set over the course of one school year. Harry struggles with the problems he encounters, and dealing with them often involves the need to violate some school rules.
If students are caught breaking rules, they are often disciplined by Hogwarts professors. The stories reach their climax in the summer term , near or just after final exams , when events escalate far beyond in-school squabbles and struggles, and Harry must confront either Voldemort or one of his followers, the Death Eaters , with the stakes a matter of life and death — a point underlined, as the series progresses, by characters being killed in each of the final four books.
According to Rowling, a major theme in the series is death: "My books are largely about death. They open with the death of Harry's parents.
There is Voldemort's obsession with conquering death and his quest for immortality at any price, the goal of anyone with magic.
I so understand why Voldemort wants to conquer death. We're all frightened of it. Rowling stated that " Harry Potter books have always, in fact, dealt explicitly with religious themes and questions" and that she did not reveal its Christian parallels in the beginning because doing so would have "give[n] too much away to fans who might then see the parallels.
Hermione Granger teaches Harry Potter that the meaning of these verses from the Christian Bible are "living beyond death. Living after death", which Rowling states is "one of the central foundations of resurrection theology " and that these bible verses "epitomize the whole series".
In the seventh novel, Harry speaks with and questions the deceased Dumbledore much like a person of faith would talk to and question God.
Academics and journalists have developed many other interpretations of themes in the books, some more complex than others, and some including political subtexts.
Themes such as normality , oppression, survival, and overcoming imposing odds have all been considered as prevalent throughout the series.
Rowling has also been praised for her nuanced depiction of the ways in which death and violence affects youth, and humanity as a whole.
Rowling said that, to her, the moral significance of the tales seems "blindingly obvious". The key for her was the choice between what is right and what is easy, "because that In , Rowling was on a crowded train from Manchester to London when the idea for Harry suddenly "fell into her head".
Rowling gives an account of the experience on her website saying: . I simply sat and thought, for four delayed train hours, and all the details bubbled up in my brain, and this scrawny, black-haired, bespectacled boy who did not know he was a wizard became more and more real to me.
Rowling completed Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in and the manuscript was sent off to several prospective agents.
She elected to use J. Rowling Joanne Kathleen Rowling , using her grandmother's name as her second name because she has no middle name.
The series has been translated into 80 languages,  placing Rowling among the most translated authors in history.
The first volume has been translated into Latin and even Ancient Greek ,  making it the longest published work in Ancient Greek since the novels of Heliodorus of Emesa in the 3rd century AD.
Some of the translators hired to work on the books were well-known authors before their work on Harry Potter , such as Viktor Golyshev , who oversaw the Russian translation of the series' fifth book.
The Turkish translation of books two to seven was undertaken by Sevin Okyay , a popular literary critic and cultural commentator.
This led to more and more copies of the English editions being sold to impatient fans in non-English speaking countries; for example, such was the clamour to read the fifth book that its English language edition became the first English-language book ever to top the best-seller list in France.
The United States editions were adapted into American English to make them more understandable to a young American audience. In December , Rowling stated on her web site, " will be the year when I write the final book in the Harry Potter series.
The book itself was finished on 11 January in the Balmoral Hotel , Edinburgh, where she scrawled a message on the back of a bust of Hermes.
It read: "J. Rowling herself has stated that the last chapter of the final book in fact, the epilogue was completed "in something like ".
On 28 March , the cover art for the Bloomsbury Adult and Child versions and the Scholastic version were released. In September , Rowling mentioned in an interview that she might go back to make a " director's cut " of two of the existing Harry Potter books.
For cover art, Bloomsbury chose painted art in a classic style of design, with the first cover a watercolour and pencil drawing by illustrator Thomas Taylor showing Harry boarding the Hogwarts Express, and a title in the font Cochin Bold.
These covers were created by first Cliff Wright and then Jason Cockroft. Due to the appeal of the books among an adult audience, Bloomsbury commissioned a second line of editions in an 'adult' style.
These initially used black-and-white photographic art for the covers showing objects from the books including a very American Hogwarts Express without depicting people, but later shifted to partial colourisation with a picture of Slytherin's locket on the cover of the final book.
Fans of the series were so eager for the latest instalment that bookstores around the world began holding events to coincide with the midnight release of the books, beginning with the publication of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
The events, commonly featuring mock sorting, games, face painting, and other live entertainment have achieved popularity with Potter fans and have been highly successful in attracting fans and selling books with nearly nine million of the The final book in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows became the fastest selling book in history, moving 11 million units in the first twenty-four hours of release.
The word Muggle has spread beyond its Harry Potter origins, becoming one of few pop culture words to land in the Oxford English Dictionary.
Both MuggleCast and PotterCast  have reached the top spot of iTunes podcast rankings and have been polled one of the top 50 favourite podcasts.
Some lessons identified in the series include diversity, acceptance, political tolerance, and equality. Surveys of over 1, college students in the United States show that those who read the books were significantly different from those who had not.
Readers of the series were found to be more tolerant, more opposed to violence and torture, less authoritarian, and less cynical.
Although it is not known if this is a cause-and-effect relationship, there is a clear correlation, and it seems that Harry Potter's cultural impact may be stronger than just a fandom bond.
Many fan fiction and fan art works about Harry Potter have been made. In March , "Harry Potter" was the most commonly searched fan fiction subject on the internet.
The sport Quidditch , played by characters in the Harry Potter series, was created in and is played worldwide including at universities such as Harvard University , Yale University , and Washington University in St.
The popularity of the Harry Potter series has translated into substantial financial success for Rowling, her publishers, and other Harry Potter related license holders.
This success has made Rowling the first and thus far only billionaire author. The great demand for Harry Potter books motivated The New York Times to create a separate best-seller list for children's literature in , just before the release of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
By 24 June , Rowling's novels had been on the list for 79 straight weeks; the first three novels were each on the hardcover best-seller list.
Together, Amazon. Early in its history, Harry Potter received positive reviews. On publication, the first book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone , attracted attention from the Scottish newspapers, such as The Scotsman , which said it had "all the makings of a classic,"  and The Glasgow Herald , which called it "Magic stuff.
By the time of the release of the fifth book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the books began to receive strong criticism from a number of literary scholars.
Byatt authored an op-ed article in The New York Times calling Rowling's universe a "secondary secondary world, made up of intelligently patchworked derivative motifs from all sorts of children's literature Michael Rosen , a novelist and poet, advocated the books were not suited for children, as they would be unable to grasp the complex themes.
Rosen also stated that "J. Rowling is more of an adult writer. His overall view of the series was negative — "the Potter saga was essentially patronising, conservative, highly derivative, dispiritingly nostalgic for a bygone Britain," and he speaks of "a pedestrian, ungrammatical prose style.
Le Guin said, "I have no great opinion of it. When so many adult critics were carrying on about the 'incredible originality' of the first Harry Potter book, I read it to find out what the fuss was about, and remained somewhat puzzled; it seemed a lively kid's fantasy crossed with a 'school novel,' good fare for its age group, but stylistically ordinary, imaginatively derivative, and ethically rather mean-spirited.
By contrast, author Fay Weldon , while admitting that the series is "not what the poets hoped for," nevertheless goes on to say, "but this is not poetry, it is readable, saleable, everyday, useful prose.
Wilson praised the Harry Potter series in The Times , stating, "There are not many writers who have JK's Dickensian ability to make us turn the pages, to weep — openly, with tears splashing — and a few pages later to laugh, at invariably good jokes We have lived through a decade in which we have followed the publication of the liveliest, funniest, scariest and most moving children's stories ever written.
Charles Taylor of Salon. While he conceded that she may have "a valid cultural point — a teeny one — about the impulses that drive us to reassuring pop trash and away from the troubling complexities of art,"  he rejected her claims that the series is lacking in serious literary merit and that it owes its success merely to the childhood reassurances it offers.
Taylor stressed the progressively darker tone of the books, shown by the murder of a classmate and close friend and the psychological wounds and social isolation each causes.
Taylor also argued that Philosopher's Stone , said to be the most light-hearted of the seven published books, disrupts the childhood reassurances that Byatt claims spur the series' success: the book opens with news of a double murder , for example.
Stephen King called the series "a feat of which only a superior imagination is capable," and declared "Rowling's punning, one-eyebrow-cocked sense of humor" to be "remarkable.
Sameer Rahim of The Daily Telegraph disagreed, saying "It depresses me to see 16 and 17 year-olds reading the series when they could be reading the great novels of childhood such as Oliver Twist or A House for Mr Biswas.
What that says about the adults who are fanatical fans I'm not sure — but I suspect in years to come people will make a link between our plump, comfortable, infantilising society and the popularity of Potter.
There is ongoing discussion regarding the extent to which the series was inspired by Tolkien 's Lord of the Rings books.
Although Time magazine named Rowling as a runner-up for its Person of the Year award, noting the social, moral, and political inspiration she has given her fandom ,  cultural comments on the series have been mixed.
Washington Post book critic Ron Charles opined in July that the large numbers of adults reading the Potter series but few other books may represent a "bad case of cultural infantilism", and that the straightforward "good vs.
He also argued "through no fault of Rowling's", the cultural and marketing "hysteria" marked by the publication of the later books "trains children and adults to expect the roar of the coliseum, a mass-media experience that no other novel can possibly provide".
Librarian Nancy Knapp pointed out the books' potential to improve literacy by motivating children to read much more than they otherwise would.
Agreeing about the motivating effects, Diane Penrod also praised the books' blending of simple entertainment with "the qualities of highbrow literary fiction", but expressed concern about the distracting effect of the prolific merchandising that accompanies the book launches.
Research by the National Endowment for the Arts NEA has found no increase in reading among children coinciding with the Harry Potter publishing phenomenon, nor has the broader downward trend in reading among Americans been arrested during the rise in the popularity of the Harry Potter books.
The trouble is that one Harry Potter novel every few years is not enough to reverse the decline in reading. Jennifer Conn used Snape's and Quidditch coach Madam Hooch's teaching methods as examples of what to avoid and what to emulate in clinical teaching,  and Joyce Fields wrote that the books illustrate four of the five main topics in a typical first-year sociology class: "sociological concepts including culture, society, and socialisation ; stratification and social inequality ; social institutions ; and social theory ".
From the early s onwards several news reports appeared in the UK of the Harry Potter book and movie series driving demand for pet owls  and even reports that after the end of the movie series these same pet owls were now being abandoned by their owners.
Rowling to issue several statements urging Harry Potter fans to refrain from purchasing pet owls. Jenny Sawyer wrote in Christian Science Monitor on 25 July that the books represent a "disturbing trend in commercial storytelling and Western society" in that stories' "moral center [sic] have all but vanished from much of today's pop culture Rowling's towering achievement lacks the cornerstone of almost all great children's literature: the hero's moral journey".
Harry Potter, Sawyer argues, neither faces a "moral struggle" nor undergoes any ethical growth, and is thus "no guide in circumstances in which right and wrong are anything less than black and white".
She also noted the "deeper magic" by which the self-sacrifice of Harry's mother protects the boy throughout the series, and which the power-hungry Voldemort fails to understand.
In an 8 November Slate article, Chris Suellentrop likened Potter to a "trust-fund kid whose success at school is largely attributable to the gifts his friends and relatives lavish upon him".
Noting that in Rowling's fiction, magical ability potential is "something you are born to, not something you can achieve", Suellentrop wrote that Dumbledore's maxim that "It is our choices that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities" is hypocritical, as "the school that Dumbledore runs values native gifts above all else".
In , coinciding with the release of the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, a series of articles were written about Private Harry Potter of the British army.
His grave, located in the British cemetery in Ramla , Israel , began to receive curious visitors leading the Ramla Municipality to list it on their website.
In , an article written by Diana C. Mutz compares the politics of Harry Potter to the Donald Trump presidential campaign. She states that 3 themes throughout the books are widely predominant '1 the value of tolerance and respect for difference; 2 opposition to violence and punitiveness; and 3 the dangers of authoritarianism.
The books have been the subject of a number of legal proceedings , stemming from various conflicts over copyright and trademark infringements.
The popularity and high market value of the series has led Rowling, her publishers, and film distributor Warner Bros. The books also aroused controversies in the literary and publishing worlds.
From to , Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone won almost all the UK awards judged by children, but none of the children's book awards judged by adults,  and Sandra Beckett suggested the reason was intellectual snobbery towards books that were popular among children.
In , shortly before the publication of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , the previous three Harry Potter books topped The New York Times fiction best-seller list and a third of the entries were children's books.
The newspaper created a new children's section covering children's books, including both fiction and non-fiction, and initially counting only hardback sales.
The move was supported by publishers and booksellers. Doubtfire and proven experience with directing children as influences for their decision.
After extensive casting , filming began in October at Leavesden Film Studios and in London itself, with production ending in July Just three days after the film's release, production for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets , also directed by Columbus, began.
Filming was completed in summer , with the film being released on 15 November Columbus declined to direct Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban , only acting as producer.
Due to the fourth film beginning its production before the third's release, Mike Newell was chosen as the director for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , released on 18 November Production began in January and the film was released the following year in July In March , Warner Bros.
Horn announced that the final instalment in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , would be released in two cinematic parts: Part 1 on 19 November and Part 2 on 15 July Production of both parts started in February , with the final day of principal photography taking place on 12 June Rowling had creative control on the film series, observing the filmmaking process of Philosopher's Stone and serving as producer on the two-part Deathly Hallows , alongside David Heyman and David Barron.
Philosopher's Stone was the highest-grossing Harry Potter film up until the release of the final instalment of the series, Deathly Hallows Part 2 , while Prisoner of Azkaban grossed the least.
Opinions of the films are generally divided among fans, with one group preferring the more faithful approach of the first two films, and another group preferring the more stylised character-driven approach of the later films.
Obviously films have restrictions novels do not have, constraints of time and budget; I can create dazzling effects relying on nothing but the interaction of my own and my readers' imaginations".
A new prequel series consisting of five films will take place before the main series. A number of other non-interactive media games and board games have been released such as Cluedo Harry Potter Edition , Scene It?
Harry Potter and Lego Harry Potter models, which are influenced by the themes of both the novels and films. There are thirteen Harry Potter video games, eight corresponding with the films and books and five spin-offs.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone went on to become one of the best-selling PlayStation games ever. Objectives usually occur in and around Hogwarts , along with various other magical areas.
The story and design of the games follow the selected film's characterisation and plot; EA worked closely with Warner Bros.
The last game in the series, Deathly Hallows , was split, with Part 1 released in November and Part 2 debuting on consoles in July The two-part game forms the first entry to convey an intense theme of action and violence, with the gameplay revolving around a third-person shooter style format.
Interactive Entertainment. In , Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment opened its own Harry Potter themed game design studio, by the name of Portkey Games ; before releasing Hogwarts Mystery in , developed by Jam City.
All seven Harry Potter books have been released in unabridged audiobook versions, with Stephen Fry reading the UK editions and Jim Dale voicing the series for the American editions.
The script was released as a book at the time of the premiere, with a revised version following the next year. It takes place at the same time of the book series but focuses on the " Puffs ," who only wish to be in as much glory as Mr.
However, Puffs soon transferred to a more prominent off-broadway space, New World Stages where it played from July 17, - August 18, Soon after, a production was performed at The Entertainment Quarter in Sydney, Australia for a limited run.
Since then, the rights to the show has been released including a junior version through Samuel French, Inc.
A Patreon link was included in the bio of the livestream and all the proceeds from the event went to Queens Feeds Hospitals.
The proceeds from this event went to the New York Humaine Society. The proceeds went to the Ali Forney Center.
All of these readings were performed over Zoom and broadcast live on YouTube. The land officially opened to the public on 18 June Other rides include Dragon Challenge , a pair of inverted roller coasters , and Flight of the Hippogriff , a family roller coaster.
It includes a re-creation of Diagon Alley and connecting alleys and a small section of Muggle London. The flagship attraction is Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts roller coaster ride.
The Making of Harry Potter is a behind-the-scenes walking tour featuring authentic sets, costumes and props from the film series.
The attraction is located at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden , where all eight of the Harry Potter films were made.
Warner Bros. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the series of novels. For other uses, including related topics and derivative works, see Harry Potter disambiguation.
For the character in the series, see Harry Potter character. For the film adaptations, see Harry Potter film series. For the franchise as a whole, see Wizarding World.
Fantasy literature series by J. Further information: Fictional universe of Harry Potter. Main article: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. See also: J.
Main article: Harry Potter influences and analogues. Main article: Harry Potter in translation. Further information: Harry Potter fandom.
See also: List of best-selling books. Main article: Harry Potter film series. Main article: Fantastic Beasts film series. Main article: Harry Potter video games.
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