Chamber Of Secrets Essays

  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets The 2nd book in the Harry Potter series is about Harry and strange happenings going on in Hogwarts. Soon after Harry and his friends arrive after Hogwarts, a message is written on a wall in blood that says "enemies of the heir, beware, the chamber has been opened." Harry is found near the sight so people suspect he was the one who dun it. Throughout this book, Harry, Hermione, and Ron are constantly looking for the chamber of secrets, and who might have

  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets The title of my book is Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. It is written by J.K. Rowling. I really liked this book. This book is a fiction book. That of course means it’s not true. Harry Potter is a twelve-year-old boy whose parents were killed by Voldemort. Harry has a scar shaped like a lighting bolt on his forehead. He has black hair, like his father, and green eyes, like his mother. Ron Weasley is a red haired, freckled faced boy. Ron is Harry’s

  • Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets

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    Monday: Patterns and Paradox One of the reoccurring events that takes place in the beginning of the book include Harry's desire to hear from his friends. He has gone a couple of months without receiving word, or owl post, from any of his fellow wizards. He is reminded several times that he seems to have no outside friendship from his home. With his encounter with Dobby, the house elf, Harry cannot help but feel left out and unwanted. This feeling is added to by the hatred that his foster family

  • Critical Review of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by JK Rowling

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    the Chamber of Secrets-J.K.Rowling) The good of Harry and his allies overpowers the bad in Voldemort “Ginny!” said Mr. Weasley, flabbergasted. “Haven't I taught you anything? What have I always told you? Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can’t see where it keeps its brain?” The good of Harry and his allies overpowers the bad in Voldemort. Throughout the Harry Potter series J.K. Rowling takes a fantasy and teaches a lesson through 7 books. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

  • Harry Potter Chamber Of Secrets

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    Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets Book Report Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Harry Potter is now twelve years old and still staying with his Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon. He is located at number four Privet Drive. He is about to take on another amazing year at his school, Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry. He can't help but that who he is affects the relationship with his legal guardians who are Muggles (nothing to do with magic at all). Harry is a talented kid in one's

  • The Banning of Harry Potter at Omaha Christian Academy

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    experienced in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by novelist J. K. Rowling. This fanciful and entertaining tale has taken the youth of the nation by storm, and its sales have only been surpassed by the book’s sequels, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Unfortunately, not all children are welcome to enjoy the magic of J.K. Rowling’s literature. Because the books discuss witchcraft and wizardry, some parents and teachers have assumed that the

  • J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter

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    J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter Harry Potter is an orphaned boy whose parents were attacked and killed by the evil wizard, Lord Voldemort. The boy survived the horrible slaying, which left him with a lightning bolt scar on his forehead. He lives with his disagreeable uncle and aunt and unpleasantly selfish cousin during summer months. The boy attends the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he learns about potions, flying on a broomstick, and fighting off the evil Lord Voldemort

  • Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets Essay

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    In the book Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling. The book’s about how Harry Potter finds out that the chamber of secrets is open and that there is a monster that is petrifying people. Harry needs to find out who opened the chamber, and who or what is petrifying people. J.K. Rowling uses a lot of description to create the setting, build a mood, and build suspense. The author uses description to create the setting. A piece of evidence from the text is when Harry Potter arrives

  • Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets Analysis

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    INRODUCTION I have chosen to work on Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K Rowling for several reasons. Primarily, the book provides a various number of interesting challenges for the translator. Also, it contains several cultural markers; its text is abundant of references from other popular books for children. For instance, we can notice innumerable aspects from mystery and adventure series written by Enid Blyton within the world of Harry. The writer also uses her acquaintances of French

  • Comparison: Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets

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    books so far are; Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, and Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix. These three books contain the most action packed adventures, that I am now captivated by. The first book that caught my attention was Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets. In this book Harry fought a giant snake. The snake, which was controlled by Lord Voldemort, attacked Harry with rigorous speed through the chamber. Just as Harry thought he was going to

  • Anxiety In Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets

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    "Depression is the inability to construct a future" was once said by a psychologist, Rollo May. Around three-hundred and fifty million people around the world are going through the contend of depression. Many have convinced themselves that the imminent of happiness is unattainable due to the possibility of that happiness can be detracted from an individual as if they are enslaved to their own sadness. To make matters more difficult, anxiety is combined with depression. Some people may have anxiety

  • Albus Dumbledore's The Chamber Of Secrets By J. K. Rowling

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    “It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities” (Rowling 333). This quote, from the beloved character Albus Dumbledore in the book The Chamber of Secrets by author J.K. Rowling, counsels young wizard, Harry Potter, about the importance of true character. Throughout the Harry Potter series, Harry struggles with internal conflict about whether his powers are meant for good or evil. Dumbledore assures Harry his powers are intended for good because of the choices

  • Deception In Harry Potter And Chamber Of Secrets, By J. K. Rowling

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    Deception is a trait that is found in human nature, and it is important to realize the difference from lies and reality. In the novel Harry Potter and Chamber of Secrets, written by J.K. Rowling, the characters Dobby, Harry Potter, and Tom Riddle all have deceptive traits that mislead true intentions. Dobby appears to be sabotaging Harry as he repeatedly attempts to drive Harry away from Hogwarts, but is doing so for the his safety and admiration for Harry. Harry faces uncertainties of his placement

  • Symbolism of Dumbledore's Office in Harry Potter

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    Professor Albus Dumbledore’s office is one that Harry Potter is excited to see in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. The office is described as: “a large and beautiful circular room, full of funny little noises” (154). Throughout the description of the office, Rowling focuses on two characters: the Sorting Hat and Fawkes the Phoenix. The Sorting Hat is depicted as a tattered and old hat; while Fawkes looks sickly and dying. Rowling’s detailed description of the appearance of

  • A Summary Of The Story Of Harry Potter

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    Harry’s bag and everything is covered with ink, except for the diary. Harry thinks that is very strange, so he writes something in it. “My name is Harry Potter”. And suddenly the book starts writing back. It tells harry about the opening of the chamber of secrets 50 years ago. The book tells it is Hagrid who did it then.

  • The Importance Of Satanism In The Harry Potter Series By J. K. Rowling

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    one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:12-13). Hermione and Ron were always by Harry’s side. Through saving Hermione from the troll, through trying to save the sorcerer’s stone, through saving Ginny from the Chamber of Secrets, all tasks that could have severely injured or killed them, were all done together because they couldn’t have done it without the help

  • Themes and Rhetorical Devices of Harry Potter

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    An important rhetorical device that appears throughout the entire Harry Potter series is symbolism. There are many names and items that stand for something else and many are introduced in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. First, Harry’s scar represents the true love parents have for their children and how they are willing to do anything, including being killed, in order to save them. Next, the Mirror of Erised shows a person their truest desires and everything he or she would want in life. Thirdly

  • My Favorite Character Essay

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    A favorite character can come from different types of media. For me it takes a lot to remember a character in any form of media. It takes even more for me to love a character. During my childhood I would read constantly, most of the books to me are just a blur now. There are a few characters I can recall but unfortunately none really captured my imagination the way the characters JK Rowling made. They are the most dynamic characters I have had the bliss to grow up with. While the main protagonist

  • Education In Jk Rowling

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    Joanne Rowling better known as JK Rowling is an inspiration to many because of the obstacles she overcame in her life which is portrayed throughout her novels. Growing up she lived in a house with her parents and siblings that were similar to what is described in her books. They didn 't have a lot of money growing up and it was very hard on all of them. She was born in Yates and moved a lot making it hard to make friends, but in the midst of all of it, she met Harry Potter who seemed to make things

  • Bldungsroman Motif In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

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    Bildungsroman Motif in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone contains the upbeat spirit of adventure. Exploring the use of the bildungsroman motif, this book contains a mood of innocence and self-discovery as Harry starts out in his novel as a naïve victim. The root of his troubles lies in having to endure family problems, which results in a lack of identity. However, upon being introduced to a different world, Harry starts to break