Harry Potter Essay Topics

Harry Potter

There are so many things one has to do to be considered a hero. For instance, the stereotypical hero is strong, handsome, and does something spectacular like saving someone’s life or a scientific breakthrough. However, not all heroes have to have these traits. Harry Potter is not a stereotypical hero by any means. He isn’t… View Article

Harry Potter and Culture Industry

Harry Potter – this name is familiar with all the age groups in the world today and the reason behind it is well known to all of us. The Harry Potter book series written by a single mother J. K. Rowling, who wouldn’t have imagined in her wildest dreams that a story she thought of… View Article

Harry Potter’s Influence on Society

“It’s important to remember that we all have magic inside us.” (J.K. Rowling, scholastic book fair promotion, October 1999) One of the most influential novels of this generation is the Harry Potter Saga. Since the first book was published in 1997 these novels take you on a breath-taking adventure through witch-craft and wizardry. How has… View Article

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

In this essay, I would like to evaluate the first helping of the Harry Potter movie-series which was shown worldwide in 2001. Specifically, I am referring to the movie entitled “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”. The movie is an adaptation of J. K. Rowling’s novel of the same title, which chronicles the childhood adventures… View Article

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

If you have read the books you will be glad to know that major key moments are intact. Much is missing however I will not dwell on that. The focus is on how well the movie plays out and for me it rolls wonderfully through thrills, excitement, drama and need I not forget romance: towards… View Article

Animal and Color Symbolism in Harry Potter Series

An Investigation of J.K. Rowling’s Utilization of Animal and Color Symbolism in Her Harry Potter Series Many consider symbolism the most important factor in comprehending the knowledgeable realm. “Symbols and metaphors extend into the realm of everyday language and figures of speech” (Biedermann VII). In turn, the Harry Potter novels of J.K. Rowling are extensively… View Article

My Unforgettable Incident

For approximately 15 years I have been lived in this hurdle-filled world, there is one incident that I can never forget, and that is the time when I fortuitously entered a ladies’ public toilet. To instigate, I was watching Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Part 2 with my family at Alamanda, Putrajaya. My brother and I… View Article

Fantasy Vs. Reality in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Fantasy stories are commonly used to represent a particular reality that is present and visible in the society. As one of the best-selling fantasy novels in history, J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone introduces one of the most loved and traditional hero in the persona of Harry Potter. Harry is an ordinary… View Article

Harry Potter

Harry Potter is a series of seven novels written by the British author J. K. Rowling. The books is the chronicle adventures of awizard, Harry Potter, and his friends Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School. The main story concerns Harry’s quest to overcome the Dark wizard Lord Voldemort,… View Article

We Live in an Unheroic Age

Ladies and Gentlemen, I am here today to convince you that we do not live in an unheroic age. It is clear to me that whether we like it or not, and we can deny it all we want, there will always be heroes in some shape or form. I hope that by the end… View Article

Harry Potter and Brittish Culture

Since the release of the first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (titled Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in the United States) in 1997, the books have gained an immense popularity and commercial success worldwide. They have collectively sold more than 300 million copies and have been translated into more than 63 languages…. View Article

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

First published in England in 1997 as Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the book quickly became wildly popular. The next year saw its publication in the United States, this time titled Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, receiving critical acclaim and several awards. I would rate this book 9 on a scale of 10…. View Article

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone: From Book to Film

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was the first of seven book series by J. K. Rowling first published on July 1997. It is about the adventure of an eleven-year-old boy who grew up with his aunt and uncle and later discovers that he comes from a family of witches and wizards. The film adaptation… View Article

Harry Potter And The Order Of the Phoenix

J. K. Rowling is the author of the Harry Potter books series that began with the book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone while Warner Bros. owns the rights to produce the movies based upon the book series. The latest outing of the movie version of the book series is the adventure filled “Harry Potter… View Article

The Harry Potter Novels: A Controversial Issue

If accusations of promoting witchcraft and being in league with demonic forces sound like seventeenth century fare, it is because that is where such accusations belong. And yet such claims have been levied against “Harry Potter” author J. K. Rowling since the first of her wildly popular books came to the attention of some more… View Article

In Support of Liberalism In Harry Potter

In the series of books written about Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling, liberalism and civil rights are a major point of concern. In the early books, there are allusions to the idea that different types of people, wizards, should be treated differently. There are direct corollaries between the Harry Potter books and the 1960s… View Article

The Hero Cycle in the Harry Potter Series

Although Harry Potter is a product of the 21st century, he still has the necessary components of the romantic hero. The mystical circumstances surrounding his birth, his underdog state before receiving unlimited power, the mark of the chosen on his forehead, his status in the wizard community as the future savior – these qualities are… View Article

Childrens literature

Child development was broken down into four theories. These theories focused on intellectual and cognitive development as well as social development and moral judgment development. Theoretical models can be applied to children’s literature by different kinds of books. Children in the younger ages enjoy books like Dr. Seuss the cat in the hat or The… View Article

Percy Jackson book report

The book is funny and witty, effortlessly matching old mythology and tradition with modern culture in a way that makes the book engrossing and unpredictable. There is talk of gods having affairs with mortals, and quite a bit of married gods having affairs with other gods. In the following book report, I will first introduce… View Article

Girls Just Want To Have Fangs

Girls Just Wanna Have Fangs, written by Sady Doyle, is a harsh criticism of Stephanie Meyers writing style in the Twilight series as well as praise for women and their ability to launch products into global success. Finding someone to argue that the Twilight series is a well written, sophisticated and exceptional could be an… View Article

Harry Potter Movie Review

Harry Potter is an average 11-year-old boy who has lived with the Dursley family ever since his parents died in a car crash. For some reason the family has always mistreated him. On his 11th birthday a giant man named Rubeus Hagrid hands him a letter telling him that he has been accepted as a… View Article

Commemorative Speech

In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban we were introduced to Sirius Black, a character who would change the Harry Potter world, as all readers would know it. I would like to commemorate his memory; not only because he did pass in Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix, but also because he… View Article