then i think hes only 8, he wouldn't know any better but in the book he finds out the truth in his like last 30 minutes of his life. He was being brainwashed he was a naive 8 year old. you wanna believe your father is your super hero, even though Bruno’s father thought he was doing right he was 100% wrong. Bruno was blind to what his father has been doing to poor men, women, children, and even babies. Killing people just because of their race.
The film revolves around Sauron and his evil army that, try and get the ring from Frodo. Sauron created the one ring to rule them all, all of his evil and cruelty was endowed in the ring. Once he wears the ring he becomes invincible and is immune to human attacks. There was a great battle for middlearth and at the time it looked like the evil force is wining, until Islidor, son of the king, cut off Saurons finger with the ring witch destroyed him and his followers. Thousands of years past and the ring found itself in the hands of Bilbo Bagins, eldest member of the Bagins family.
In Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone, Harry's life is far from normal when he finds out that his family is very well know in the wizard world. He undergoes many challenges and engages in his first battle with Lord Voldemort, the evil villain that killed his parents. Harry Potter is an eleven year old boy with brown hair and an enjoyable and loving personality that is misinterpreted by many people. He lived with his skinny and fatigue aunt Petunia, and his obese uncle Vernon . And not to forget their fat son Dudley .
Even more surprising he finds out he is more famous than he could even imagine in this new world, for he is the “Boy Who Lived”. Harry survived an attack when he was only a baby, with a single lightning bolt scar on his forehead, when his parents died protecting him. This attack was by the greatest dark wizard “He Who Must Not Be Named”, Lord Voldermort, who was a on a power streak across the country, but that night he lost all his powers and fled. Harry goes to school at Hogwarts under the supervision of Albus Dumbledore, the headmaster, and meets his two best friends, Hermione Granger, a muggle born [someone with non-magical parents] who’s brilliant and Ron Wesley, the seconded youngest redhead from a family of nine. Harry goes through his seven years at Hogwarts squashing Lord Voldermort attempt at gaining back his po... ... middle of paper ... ...s searched on Google “Harry Potter vs. Twilight” millions of arguments, saying which book is better pop up.
In the novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, J.K Rowling introduces her main character, a 11-year old British wizarding student, Harry Potter. Harry is described to have jet-black hair, green eyes, and to be pale, skinny, and bespectacled. While Harry was still and infant, he was responsible for the downfall of a dark and powerful wizard, as a result his name is known to everyone wizarding world. In the novel, despite all the fame and admiration he has, Harry only recently finds out he is a wizard, and that he is famous. Therefore Harry feels burdened and insecure with all the attention he is receiving, and at the end of the novel, he proves himself to be an incredible wizard.
For the first eleven years of his life Harry didn't even know that magic existed or even that he was extremely famous in a whole nother world. Harry when he turned eleven found out that he was magical went to school and has been on vacations. For his second year at school harry got into arguments with his school enemy Draco Malfoy. Harry has two best friends who will stick with him through just about anything and they are Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley. Harry when he goes into the chamber of secrets has to face the man that gave the scar on his head years ago to a charm and that Voldemort.
His reckless behavior towards Harry throughout the series, and his questionable hiring of teachers, allow us to see that even Dumbledore, a wizard seen as First Class Order of Merlin perfection, is a very flawed human being. Bibliography Rowling, J. K. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Bloomsbury Publishing, 1997. Lyon, Eric. “Why Does Dumbledore Ignore Harry in the Fifth Book?” Quora, 2 Sept. 2016, www.quora.com/Why-does-Dumbledore-ignore-Harry-in-the-fifth-book.
Each battle have their own purpose and struggles, each one comes with its own feeling of obligation, fame, and struggle. In the book Beowulf there is a demon named Grendel who kills thirty men a night for the past twelve years and nobody is willing to go up against him until now. Beowulf has the strength of thirty men and volunteers to fight Grendel only to discover what seemed easy came with more struggles than anticipated. As the great king Shield passed away Hrothgar took over for Shield and reigned as king. Wanting to build a monument for his success Hrothgar builds a mead-hall he calls Heorot.
His teacher, Professor Trelawney, sees a Grim in the bottom of Harry’s cup. The Grim stands for death. His classes then carry on as usual for a little while. Then on Halloween night, Sirius Black breaks into the castle in search of Harry but doesn’t find him. After the holidays, Harry gets trained to fight the Dementors because they affect him the most.
Voldemort will always be more powerful than Harry, though he never will have the support and strength that Harry had from his friends. This is how Harry was able to defeat the Dark Lord. According to Voldemort,"There is nothing worse than death"(Harry Potter and the order of the phoenix 814; ch. 36). Dumbledore tells him differently, "You are quite wrong.