In the fifth book, harry potter and the Order of the Phoenix, harry must confront the newly resurfaced Voldemort. 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. She transforms the school into a dictatorial regime and refuses to allow the students to learn ways to defend themselves against dark magic. 18 With Ron and Hermione's suggestion, harry forms " Dumbledore's Army a secret study group aimed 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 interests 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.
Harry comes to know that both Lupin and Black were best friends of his father and that Black was framed by their fourth friend, peter Pettigrew, who had been hiding as Ron's pet rat, Scabbers. 16 In this book, a recurring theme throughout the series is emphasised in every book there is a new Defence Against the dark Arts teacher, none of whom lasts more than one school year. Voldemort returns During Harry's fourth year of school (detailed in Harry potter and the goblet of Fire harry is unwillingly entered as a participant in the Triwizard tournament, the a dangerous yet exciting contest where three "champions one from each participating school, must compete with each. This year, harry must compete against a witch and a wizard "champion" from overseas visiting schools beauxbatons and Durmstrang, as well as another Hogwarts student, causing Harry's friends to distance themselves from him. 17 Harry is guided through the tournament by their new Defence Against the dark Arts professor, Alastor "Mad-eye" moody, who turns out to be an impostor one of Voldemort's supporters named Barty Crouch,. 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.
Harry also learns about the innate ability of his to speak the snake language parseltongue is rare and often associated with the dark Arts. When Hermione is attacked and petrified, harry and Ron finally piece together the puzzles and unlock the Chamber of Secrets, with Harry destroying the diary for good and saving Ginny, and also destroying a part of Voldemort's soul. The end of the book reveals Lucius Malfoy, draco's father and rival of Ron and Ginny's father, to be the culprit who slipped the book into ginny's belongings and introduced the diary into hogwarts. The third novel, harry potter and the Prisoner of azkaban, follows Harry in his third year of magical education. It is the only book in the series which does not feature lord Voldemort in any form. Instead, harry must deal with the knowledge that he has been targeted by sirius Black, his father's best friend, and, according to the wizarding World, an escaped mass murderer who assisted in the murder of Harry's parents. As Harry struggles with his reaction to the dementors dark creatures with the power to devour a human soul and feed on despair which are ostensibly protecting the school, he reaches out to remus Lupin, a defence Against the dark Arts teacher who is eventually. Lupin teaches Harry defensive measures which are well above the level of magic generally executed by people his age.
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14 15 Harry also encounters the school's potions master, severus Snape, who displays a conspicuously deep and abiding dislike for dissertation him, the rich brat Draco malfoy whom he quickly makes enemies with, and the defence Against the dark Arts teacher, quirinus quirrell, who later turns. He also discovers a talent of simple flying on broomsticks and is recruited for his house's quidditch team, a sport in the wizarding world where players fly on broomsticks. The first book concludes with Harry's second confrontation with Lord Voldemort, who, in his quest to regain a body, yearns to gain the power of the Philosopher's Stone, a substance that bestows everlasting life and turns any metal into pure gold. 14 The series continues with Harry potter and the Chamber of Secrets, describing Harry's second year at Hogwarts. He and his friends investigate a 50-year-old mystery that appears uncannily related to recent sinister events at the school. Ron's younger sister, ginny weasley, enrolls in her first year at Hogwarts, and finds an old notebook in her belongings which turns out to be an alumnus's diary, tom Marvolo riddle, later revealed to be voldemort's younger self, who is bent on ridding the school.
The memory of Tom Riddle resides inside of the diary and when Ginny begins to confide in the diary, voldemort is able to possess her. Through the diary, ginny acts on Voldemort's orders and unconsciously opens the "Chamber of Secrets unleashing an ancient monster, later revealed to be a basilisk, which begins attacking students at Hogwarts. It kills those who make direct eye contact with it and petrifies those who look at it indirectly. The book also introduces a new Defence Against the dark Arts teacher, gilderoy lockhart, a highly cheerful, self-conceited wizard with a pretentious facade, later turning out to be a fraud. Harry discovers that prejudice exists in the wizarding World through delving into the school's history, and learns that Voldemort's reign of terror was often directed at wizards and witches who were descended from Muggles.
After the introductory chapter, the book leaps forward to a time shortly before harry potter's eleventh birthday, and it is at this point that his magical background begins to be revealed. Despite harry's aunt and uncle's desperate prevention of Harry gleaning about his powers, 14 their efforts are in vain. Harry meets a half-giant, rubeus Hagrid, who is also his first contact with the wizarding World. Hagrid reveals himself to be the keeper of keys and Grounds at Hogwarts as well as some of Harry's history. 14 Harry learns that, as a baby, he witnessed his parents' murder by the power-obsessed dark wizard Lord Voldemort, who subsequently attempted to kill him as well.
14 Instead, the unexpected happened: Harry survived with only a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead as a memento of the attack and Voldemort disappeared soon afterwards, gravely weakened by his own rebounding curse. As its inadvertent saviour from Voldemort's reign of terror, harry has become a living legend in the wizarding World. However, at the orders of the venerable and well-known wizard Albus Dumbledore, the orphaned Harry had been placed in the home of his unpleasant Muggle relatives, the dursleys, who have kept him safe but treated him poorly, including confining him to a cupboard without meals. Hagrid then officially invites Harry to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and wizardry, a famous magic school in Scotland that educates young teenagers on their magical development for seven years, from age eleven to seventeen. With Hagrid's help, harry prepares for and undertakes his first year of study at Hogwarts. As Harry begins to explore the magical world, the reader is introduced to many of the primary locations used throughout the series. Harry meets most of the main characters and gains his two closest friends: Ron weasley, a fun-loving member of an ancient, large, happy, but poor wizarding family, and Hermione Granger, a gifted, bright, and hardworking witch of non-magical parentage.
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As Harry develops through his adolescence, he learns to overcome the report problems that face him: magical, social and emotional, including ordinary teenage challenges such as friendships, infatuation, romantic relationships, schoolwork and exams, anxiety, depression, stress, and the greater test of preparing himself for the confrontation. 10 Each novel chronicles one year in Harry's life 11 during the period from 1991 to 1998. 12 The books also contain many flashbacks, which are frequently experienced by harry viewing the memories of other characters in a device called a pensieve. The environment Rowling created is intimately connected to reality. The British magical community of the harry potter books is inspired by 1990s British culture, european folklore, classical mythology and alchemy, incorporating objects and wildlife such as magic wands, magic plants, potions, spells, flying broomsticks, centaurs, and other magical creatures, the deathly hallows, and the. While the fantasy land of Narnia is an alternate universe and the lord of the rings ' middle-earth a mythic past, the wizarding world of Harry potter exists in parallel within the real world and contains magical versions of the ordinary elements of everyday life. 13 The world only accessible to wizards and magical beings comprises a fragmented collection of overlooked hidden streets, ancient pubs, lonely country manors and secluded castles invisible to the muggle gpa population. 9 Early years When the first novel of the series, harry potter and the Philosopher's Stone (published in America and other countries as Harry potter and the sorcerer's Stone ) opens, it is apparent that some significant event has taken place in the wizarding World. The full background to this event and Harry potter's past is revealed gradually through the series.
7 The success of the books and films has allowed the harry potter franchise to expand, with numerous derivative works, a travelling exhibition that premiered in Chicago in 2009, a studio tour in London that opened in 2012, a digital platform on which. Rowling updates the series pollution with new information and insight, and a pentalogy of spin-off films premiering in november 2016 with Fantastic beasts and Where to find Them, among many other developments. Most recently, themed attractions, collectively known as The wizarding World of Harry potter, have been built at several Universal Parks resorts amusement parks around the world. Contents Plot Further information: Fictional universe of Harry potter The central character in the series is Harry potter, a boy who lives in Surrey with his aunt, uncle, and cousin - the dursleys - who discovers, at the age of eleven, that he. 8 The wizarding world exists parallel to the muggle world, albeit hidden and in secrecy. His magical ability is inborn and children with such abilities are invited to attend exclusive magic schools that teach the necessary skills to succeed in the wizarding world. 9 Harry becomes a student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and wizardry, a wizarding academy in Scotland and it is here where most of the events in the series take place.
by two major publishers, Bloomsbury in the United Kingdom and, scholastic Press in the United States. A play, harry potter and the cursed Child, based on a story co-written by rowling, premiered in London on t the palace Theatre, and its script was published by little, brown. The original seven books were adapted into an eight-part film series by warner Bros. Pictures, which is the third highest-grossing film series of all time as of February 2018. In 2016, the total value of the harry potter franchise was estimated at 25 billion, making Harry potter one of the highest-grossing media franchises of all time. A series of many genres, including fantasy, drama, coming of age, and the British school story (which includes elements of mystery, thriller, adventure, horror, and romance the world of Harry potter explores numerous themes and includes many cultural meanings and references. 5 According to rowling, the main theme is death. 6 Other major themes in the series include prejudice, corruption, and madness.
Ron weasley, all of whom are students. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and wizardry. The main story arc concerns Harry's struggle against, lord Voldemort, a dark wizard who intends to become immortal, overthrow the homework wizard governing body known as the. Ministry of Magic, and subjugate all wizards and muggles (non-magical people). Since the release of the first novel, harry potter and the Philosopher's Stone, on, the books have found immense popularity, critical acclaim, and commercial success worldwide. They have attracted a wide adult audience as well as younger readers, and are often considered cornerstones of modern young adult literature. 2, the series has also had its share of criticism, including concern about the increasingly dark tone as the series progressed, as well as the often gruesome and graphic violence it depicts. As of February 2018, the books have sold more than 500 million copies worldwide, making them the best-selling book series in history, and have been translated into eighty languages.
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