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  • Characterization of Protagonist
  • Characterization of Antagonist
  • Theme
  • The protagonist, Harry Potter, is a flat and dynamic character. At the beginning of the story, he is shy, but throughout the story goes through a transformation into a more confident person,
  • "Perched atop a high mountain on the other side, its windows sparkling in the starry sky, was a vast castle with many turrets and towers" (111). 
  • The antagonist is Voldemort, he is a flat and static character.  He is destructive and hateful, and he is that way through the entire story, he never changes.
  • "Harry had taken one step toward it when a slithering sound made him freeze where he stood. A bush on the edge of the clearing quivered... Then, out of the shadows, a hooded figure came crawling across the ground like some stalking beast"(256). 
  • With bravery comes good consequences. Harry fought of Voldemort, which took a lot a bravery considering most people were afraid to say Voldemort's name. In return, Gryffindor won the house cup.
  • "-and you mustn't go wandering around the school at night, think of all the points you'll lose Grifindor if you're caught" (154). 
  • Shhhhhh!
  •  This is a use of imagery that the author used when the new students arrived upon Hogwarts for the first time. It shows how beautiful Hogwarts was, but also how the characters felt as they came upon it.
  •  This quote represents suspense because the reader is left not knowing what the noise is and it gets more suspenseful throughout the quote. Harry and the others could be in a lot of danger, it could be a life or death situation.
  •  This represents irony because Gryffindor was about going to lose the house cup because of them losing 150 points for sneaking around. The ironic part is that the sneaking around lead them saving everyone by defeating Voldemort. By defeating Voldemort they got just enough points to win the house cup.
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