Draco Malfoy Essays

  • The Two Face of Draco Malfoy

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    the Harry Potter series, that role is assumed the sole purpose of Draco Malfoy’s character, but when both characters are, further analyzed one can see that might not be true. The many differences between the characterization of Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter in J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter book series can portray Draco only as Harry’s literary foil; however, when the overall story arch of the Harry Potter series is considered Draco can also double Harry through the expectations and outside pressures

  • My Favorite Character Essay

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    get much time in the book yet captured my attention. He is Draco Malfoy. Draco was not my favorite character when I was first reading the books he was the bully, yet as the story progressed so did my view of him. He is not a loved protagonist and even his creator was surprised by Draco’s fame. Draco at the begging of the series was a very flat antagonist character, yet near the end he grew in to a more dynamic character. What makes Draco one of my favorite characters is that I can understand his

  • Professor Severus Snape's Defense Against The Dark Arts

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    Professor Severus Snape was well known for being Hogwarts’s potion master and teacher for “Defense Against the Dark Arts”. The name Severus may remind you of the word “severe”. In Latin, it means “stern”. It fits Professor Snape perfectly! He never seems to have a smile on his face especially in the classroom. His voice is very monotonous and he keeps a straight face. Professor Snape is always very harsh with Harry and mostly all of the students. His teaching ways are also quite stringent. Before

  • Come back to me

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    sleeping around her except Draco. She stood up very silently and went to him. She put her hand to his shoulder and he turned his head around and smiled a little at her. ''We will find him Draco. I promise you.'' Hermione wispered to him ''Are you sure Hermione? Are you sure that my father is inoccent?'' He asked her with a hurt look. ''Yes Drake. I am absolutelly sure about that.'' Hermione answered him and wiped the few tears awas from his face. 'Thank you Mia!'' Draco answered her and hugged her

  • 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

  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone: Book vs Movie

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    many characters that the movie didn’t. Some of these characters include: Peeves, Irma Prince, Piers Polkiss, Professor Binns, Augusta Longbottom, Hermes, Pomona Sprout, Madam Malkin, Ronan, Terry Boot, Padma Patil, Hannah Abbott, Narcissa Malfoy, Lucius Malfoy, and Bane. Peeves is a poltergeist and in the book he had a very important role of being a nuisance to students and teachers by throwing water balloons at them and making rude comments towards them. By not including Peeves in the movie the

  • A Summary Of The Story Of Harry Potter

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    letter from his mother in which she says that she is very angry. The quiddisch training starts again and Harry have to wake up early... ... middle of paper ... ...ished. They drink it and they change into other persons. They go and search for Draco Malfoy. They find him, and they talk with him. But he is not the heir of Slytherin. When they return, they see that Hermione changed into a cat. They bring her to the hospital wing. When they have lessons again, they hear someone screaming. They go and

  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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    Granger is Harry and Ron’s other friend. She has muggle parents. She has bushy brown hair. She is the smartest witch in her class. Ginny Weasley is Ron’s younger sister. She is in her first year at Hogwarts. Draco Malfoy is Harry, Ron, and Hermione’s worst enemy. He is from a pure blood family. Draco is in Slytherin’s house. The time of the book is now. It takes place in London, England. It also takes place at a school called Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry Potter is not a normal boy

  • Harry Potter

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    self-conscious of what others think, dealing with bullies overcoming obstacles and living up to people’s standards are all situations that we deal with in our everyday life and all those situations can be found throughout the book. For example Draco Malfoy, plats an insolent, and unpleasant student at Hogwarts who is constantly challenging and bullying Harry. Harry is also somewhat of a celebrity, being the son of two prestigious and intelligent wizards. He is constantly trying his best to prove

  • Media Techniques in "Harry Potter"

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    Harry Potter is a story about an orphan child going to a school for wizards. The main characters in the story are Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger and Draco Malthoy. The story is aimed at children or young people. At the start of the sequence the lights go out. This creates am evil atmosphere and indicates that something is going wrong. The sound of the train stopping suddenly alerts the audience that something is going to happen. There is also a tense or creepy atmosphere created by

  • Harry's Encounter with Aunt Marge and the Knight Bus

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    1) Who upsets Harry while he is downstairs and why? Harry is upset at his Aunt Marge, who had just been picked up by his Uncle Vernon. Not only does she dislike Harry and vice-versa she decides to bring up his parents and how they died. She calls them foolish for dying in a car accident to the annoyance of Harry 2) Describe the bus Harry boards onto. Harry boards onto a bus known as the “Knight Bus”. It has a teenage conductor by the name of Stan Shunpike and the driver is Ernie Prang. The bus itself

  • The Similarities And Differences Of Harry And Malfoy And Harry James Potter

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    One of the most famous book and movie series is Harry Potter. They follow the life of a young wizard and his battle with a dark wizard named Lord Voldemort. Harry meets some friends and some foes along his journey one being Draco Malfoy. Draco and Harry quickly become rivals. Though they may be rivals there are many similarities and differences they share. Harry James Potter is the main character. He was born to James and Lilly Potter a half-blood family. Half-bloods are families that have both

  • Raco Malfoy Monologue

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    Draco Malfoy laid his hands on the wet, silver rail, staring across the endless landscape. The rain trickling in the background, the icy winds piercing his pale skin. He couldn't do it, he couldn't do it, those four words repeating in his head, over and over again. How could he? It was impossible, having to murder someone, even Dumbledore. But, even so, Dumbledore never did him wrong, he may have favoured Potter and his friends, but regardless, he still should him kindness. No, he couldn't do it

  • Philosopher's Stone Movie Vs Book

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    escaping by some means. Later, whenever harry touches turns to ash and harden into rock. Harry passes out before he saw Quirrell die.Another different Harry Potter is discovering fluffy. In novel, Harry, Ron, Hermione and Neville were ripped off by Draco Malfoy to leave their dormitory at night to attend wizard's

  • Monologue For Brave New World

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    “Draco, seriously. Come on now, come on. You are dragging your feet on purpose. All of us need to sit down like rational adults and talk about the problem—” “We merely had lunch together, Hermione. If those disgusting cold sandwiches truly counted as a meal. Oh, and rather hurriedly in order to get back to our offices, I might add. That and Weasley’s unreasonable ranting might have caused some indigestion, but Astoria has no reason to suspect me—us—of impropriety. No, I don’t believe for a moment

  • Harry Potter Outcasts

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    (Rowling 5: 25%). The first thing the reader needs to know to understand the relevance of this scene is that Hogwarts has four houses, two of which are Gryffindor and Slytherin. Ron is a Gryffindor which are stereotyped to be "light." Meanwhile, Draco Malfoy is a Slytherin, once again, stereotyped to be not only "dark," but purebloods as well. Since the time the founders of Hogwarts retired, Gryffindor and Slytherin have been in a fued. Unfortunately for Slytherin, the other houses, Hufflepuff and

  • Slytherin Persuasive Essay

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    villains, but the heroes as well. If you do recall, Harry Potter himself is a true Slytherin, but chose Gryffindore himself, because he was influenced by some redheaded poor boy with a cold sandwich and a biased opinion. Also, if you'll recall, Draco Malfoy turned out to be a good guy in the end, and his mother, another Slytherin, saved Harry's life. Harry, the true Slytherin, the chosen one, who saved the life of his enemy. Please tell me, what true Gryffindore did that? The answer: None. Another

  • Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

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    J.K. Rowling, Joanne Kathleen Rowling an English writer born July 1965 at Yate General Hospital in England (Rowling). Mrs. Rowling grew up in Chepstow, Gwent where she went to a school called Wyedan comprehensive (Rowling). Joanne left her hometown of Chepstow for Exeter University, where she earned a French and Classics degree her course including one year in Paris (Rowling). As a postgraduate she moved to London and worked as a researcher at Amnesty International among other jobs (Rowling). Joanne

  • The Similarities Between Elf And The Hero's Journey

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    Joseph Campbell developed a thorough explanation and guideline for hero mythology, how it is created and set up. This is called the Hero's Journey and it contains 12 steps, each describes the way a hero becomes/is created. Much like this transformation, redemption mythology follows a pattern with tactics similar to the Hero's Journey. These two sets of rules are both alike and different from each other. One obvious similarity is not only the fact that both ideas contain "steps," but they follow

  • Compare And Contrast Harry Potter Book And Book

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    It seems like every year Hollywood does a motion picture interpretation of a novel and although the movie may become a box office hit, the novel will always be much more detailed and in depth. Movie producers and directors try to fit an entire book filled with the tiniest of details into approximately an hour and thirty minutes of entertainment, therefore are forced to cut out many important details. For instance, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” a children’s literature novel written by J