Theme Anybody can have the courage and bravery to do the impossible
I'm ready to die
In the forbidden forest Harry finds the resurrection stone and uses it to see his mother, father, Lupin, and Serius. He doesn't know if he will be able to go on, knowing that he's about to die. His family reminds him of his courage and bravery and with all the love in his heart, he sacrifices himself to protect everyone else.
Foreshadowing "Modeled fittingly enough, upon the head of the beautiful Rowena Ravenclaw. 'Wit beyond measure is a man's greatest treasure!'" (404).
That's the Lost Diadem of Rowena Ravenclaw
What is this?
At the beginning of the series, we learn that Voldemort murdered both of Harry's parents. Although Voldemort does kill people for no reason, he had a reason to kill Harry. In a prophecy it stated that a boy born in the end of July would eventually overcome Voldemort, assuming it was Harry he sent off to kill him and nothing could stop him.
Suspense "Voldemort had raised his wand. his head tilted to one side, like a curious child, wondering what would happen if he proceeded. Harry looked back into the red eyes"
Harry started as just the boy that lived under the stairs, he didn't even know the wizarding world existed. But when he started at Hogwarts, the only thing people saw was his courage. His bravery gave him the ability to kill Voldemort, which no one thought could ever be done.
Setting "Bill and Fleur's cottage stood alone on a cliff overlooking the sea, its walls embedded with shells and whitewashed. It was a lonely and beautiful place."
When Harry, Ron, and Hermione go to see Luna's odd father, they find a sculpture with a tiara worn by Rowena Ravenclaw. They later learn that the real tiara is one of the Horcruxes they must find and destroy. The tiara is briefly introduced to the readers before we know it's importance.
J.K. Rowling created suspense when Harry was about to die in the Forbidden Forest. As a reader, I felt uncertain what was going to happen and I was very anxious because I couldn't stand the thought of Voldemort killing Harry once and for all.
This quote shows the readers what the cottage was really like. When reading this in the book, it was easy to get a clear image of the scene.