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  • HARRY POTTER
  • Harry Potter is a round character due to the complexity of his personality. He shows bravery through sacrifice, and is known for being dauntless, however is also sly and cunning in many different ways. He changes profoundly throughout the story, learning more about love and how it is truly the most important type of magic
  • PROTRAGONIST
  • SYMBOLISM - DEATHLY HALLOWS
  • VOLDEMORT
  • There are many things that led to Voldemort's state of being evil, some of which may make the reader feel remorse for him. His past attributing to his now dark personality leads to Voldemort being a round character, as he is a fully developed realistic villain, with a motive and a backstory. Thus, Voldemort is a round Character. His opinions stay the same throughout the story, how infamy outweighs love. This concludes that Voldemort is a staic character
  • ANTAGONIST
  • THEME
  • OUTWEIGHS
  • SYMBOLISM - SILVER DOE
  • Lily's patronus (a magical source of light taking shape of any animal based on your happiest memories to ward off dementors) is a silver doe. At the end of the book, Snape shows the readers that his patronus is also a doe, symbolising his astonishing love for Lily. wThus, the silver doe is a direct symbol of love.
  • Severus Snape had a friend named Lily Evans. He had fallen in love with her, however so did a boy named James Potter. Lily chose James and gave birth to a young boy named Harry Potter. Severus then became professor Snape,
  • (the triangle),that if worn, you immediately turn invisible. resurrection stone (the circle), which can be used to bring any deceased being back to life, and lastly, the elder want (the line). a wand which is so powerful that it can defeat the owner's opponent in any duel. Harry, Ron, and Hermione are asked which of the three they would choose, and their choices definitely reflected their personality. Hermione chose the invisibility cloak which, according to the legend worked out for the owner most compared to the others, showing how Hermione is the more intelligent and strategic one. Harry chose the ressurection stone, making sense because he is the most damaged out of the three as he has lost many loved ones. And Ron, who was always jealous of Harry being famous, chose the elder wand.
  • The Deathly Hallows are a legend, consisting of the invisibility cloak.
  • Rowling compares The extent of Harry's care for Ginny and his need for her to be protected with Acid so the reader has an idea of Harry's love for Ginny.
  • SIMILE
  • "But he thought of Ginny, and fear bubbled up inside of him like Acid"
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