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5 Fans' devotion to and expertise on Potter make these novels especially In one moment not in the novel, the fourth film has Dumbledore telling Harry that “ the. Since the arrival of the primary novel, Harry Potter and the J.K. Rowling – HP Book 5 – Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Hey, guys Back with me with one of my favorite books, Harry Potter Last time I have uploaded Harry Potter Novel with Indonesian Language. If you want to.
In this world of PlayStations, MTV, and, yes, instant messaging, it's a welcome and long-overdue breath of fresh air. However, that also explains the real dichotomy of opinion regarding the Order of the Phoenix. Many of the reviewers who are passionate in their dislike about the book are those that have not yet been through the teen angst that Harry is experiencing remember, all of these books, and especially this one, look at the world through Harry's eyes , or they are going through it themselves and it may be hitting just a little too close to home for comfort.
Both of these perspectives are quite valid ones, and just further illustrate why the Potter series has been wildly successful - people see these characters as not only realistic truly a great accomplishment for a fantasy book series, BTW , but relatable as well.
People must realize that in this book, the fifth of a seven-book series, Harry must have all of his worldview questioned and torn down, in a sense, so that he can be ready for the final, climactic battle with Voldemort that is sure to follow in one of the last two novels. The old adage, "what doesn't kill you will make you stronger," certainly applies to this novel. Harry doesn't know who, or what, to trust or believe in - from the authorities at the Ministry of Magic who certainly do NOT trust him , to his birth and surrogate parents in the first fifteen pages of the book, we learn all sorts of revelations about Aunt Petunia's true relationship with her sister Lily, Harry's mother , to even Professor Dumbledore who Harry believes is hiding something from him - and he's right.
His entire world, from his ties to his surrogate family on 4 Privet Drive, to his friendships with Ron and Hermione and Hagrid, to his romance? And as a backdrop to all of this, he is learning a lot of terrifying things about just how closely he is inextricably tied to He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.
"Harry Potter and the Philosopher`s Stone" Why is this novel so successful?
But, again, this also makes sense, because Harry is also maturing, and we are with him. In this context, it makes perfect sense for this novel to be the longest, and most complex, of the entire series to date. I, for one, cannot wait for "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" to come out and shed even more light on Harry's transformation into the great wizard he was born to be.
This was a truly well crafted masterpiece, well paced and expertly told.
It has been a bit of an academic study over the years to follow this series, and I'm not talking about the story of a boy wizard; to see the evolution of a writer from the first to the last is amazing. Truly the writer has grown in her skills right along side the enchanting characters she created. This newest book is devoid of her usual explosions of information followed by lagging chapters of monotony. This book has a pace and polish unseen in previous installments.
Rowling has crafted an expert tale of intrigue, suspense, coming of age and excitement. She has learned how much is too much She wove a tapestry that drew me to the end of the book and left me excited for the final chapter. The difficult themes that naturally arise in a fictional world plunging into a war of good and evil are traversed with a delicate touch.
She hits on the ideas of romance, betrayal, and death with a skill of a master weaver. She has left hints and tidbits through the story and buttoned up all the story concepts into one final thread that leads to the next book. More than any other of the Harry Potter series, this book left me thoroughly satisfied.
I traveled the emotional rollercoaster happily and when the ride was over I wanted to run back to the line and wait for another go. Those who have not yet caught the Harry Potter fever should know Truly a triumph deluxe! The internal continuity of the series impresses me in this, the third Harry Potter book. Characters and events that may have been mentioned in passing in earlier books take on new meaning, lending a new sense of depth to the work as a whole.
Note to adults: don't presume that these are "children's books" in any way, except that children will enjoy them as much as older folk.
The main characters may not even be teenagers yet, but that makes the story no less appealing. At age 42, I find these to be some of the most enjoyable fiction I've found in years. My tastes usually aren't picked up by the mainstream, but this is one best-selling series I'm happy to have discovered. Harry Potter just gets better in each book. When I start reading it, I can't put it down.
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Ron and Hermione must be the best friends in all of literature, people that I would like to call friends. This book is for kids and adults. I know this will be a great series and I hope J K Rowling writes a hundred of them, or more. As the trio searches for the Horcruxes, they learn details about an ancient prophecy of the Deathly Hallows, three legendary items that when united under one Keeper, would supposedly allow that person to be the Master of Death.
Harry discovers his handy Invisibility Cloak to be one of those items, and Voldemort to be searching for another: the Elder Wand, the most powerful wand in history. At the end of the book, Harry and his friends learn about Dumbledore's past, as well as Snape's true motives — he had worked on Dumbledore's behalf since the murder of Harry's mother. Eventually, Snape is killed by Voldemort out of paranoia.
The book culminates in the Battle of Hogwarts. Harry, Ron and Hermione, in conjunction with members of the Order of the Phoenix and many of the teachers and students, defend Hogwarts from Voldemort, his Death Eaters, and various dangerous magical creatures. Several major characters are killed in the first wave of the battle, including Remus Lupin and Fred Weasley , Ron's older brother.
After learning that he himself is a Horcrux, Harry surrenders himself to Voldemort in the Forbidden Forest, who casts a killing curse Avada Kedavra at him. The defenders of Hogwarts do not surrender after learning of Harry's presumed death and continue to fight on. Harry awakens and faces Voldemort, whose Horcruxes have all been destroyed. In the final battle, Voldemort's killing curse rebounds off Harry's defensive spell Expelliarmus , killing Voldemort.
An epilogue "Nineteen Years Later" set on 1 September  describes the lives of the surviving characters and the effects of Voldemort's death on the Wizarding World.
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In the epilogue, Harry and Ginny are married with three children, and Ron and Hermione are married with two children. Rowling , Thorne and director John Tiffany. The script was released on 31 July The play's official synopsis was released on 23 October  It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn't much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband, and father of three school-age children.
While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted.
As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places. In-universe books See also: J. Proceeds from the sale of these two books benefited the charity Comic Relief. The book was published internationally on 4 December The main purpose of the website was to allow the user to journey though the story with access to content not revealed by JK Rowling previously, with over 18, words of additional content.
The site has been redesigned and it mainly focuses on the information already available, rather than exploration. The novels fall within the genre of fantasy literature , and qualify as a type of fantasy called " urban fantasy ", "contemporary fantasy", or " low fantasy ".
They are mainly dramas, and maintain a fairly serious and dark tone throughout, though they do contain some notable instances of tragicomedy and black humour. In many respects, they are also examples of the bildungsroman , or coming of age novel,  and contain elements of mystery , adventure, horror , thriller , and romance. The books are also, in the words of Stephen King , "shrewd mystery tales",  and each book is constructed in the manner of a Sherlock Holmes -style mystery adventure.
The stories are told from a third person limited point of view with very few exceptions such as the opening chapters of Philosopher's Stone , Goblet of Fire and Deathly Hallows and the first two chapters of Half-Blood Prince.
Clare's and the Naughtiest Girl series, and Frank Richards's Billy Bunter novels: the Harry Potter books are predominantly set in Hogwarts , a fictional British boarding school for wizards, where the curriculum includes the use of magic. Hogwarts resembles a medieval university-cum-castle with several professors who belonging to an Order of Merlin; Old Professor Binns still lectures about the International Warlock Convention of ; and a real historical person, a 14th century scribe Sir Nicolas Flamel , is described as a holder of the Philosopher's Stone.
Harry struggles with the problems he encounters, and dealing with them often involves the need to violate some school rules. If students are caught breaking rules, they are often disciplined by Hogwarts professors. The stories reach their climax in the summer term , near or just after final exams , when events escalate far beyond in-school squabbles and struggles, and Harry must confront either Voldemort or one of his followers, the Death Eaters , with the stakes a matter of life and death — a point underlined, as the series progresses, by characters being killed in each of the final four books.
They open with the death of Harry's parents. There is Voldemort's obsession with conquering death and his quest for immortality at any price, the goal of anyone with magic.
I so understand why Voldemort wants to conquer death. We're all frightened of it. Living after death", which Rowling states is "one of the central foundations of resurrection theology " and that these bible verses "epitomize the whole series". In the seventh novel, Harry speaks with and questions the deceased Dumbledore much like a person of faith would talk to and question God.
Themes such as normality , oppression, survival, and overcoming imposing odds have all been considered as prevalent throughout the series.
Rowling has also been praised for her nuanced depiction of the ways in which death and violence affects youth, and humanity as a whole.
The key for her was the choice between what is right and what is easy, "because that Rowling gives an account of the experience on her website saying:  I had been writing almost continuously since the age of six but I had never been so excited about an idea before. I simply sat and thought, for four delayed train hours, and all the details bubbled up in my brain, and this scrawny, black-haired, bespectacled boy who did not know he was a wizard became more and more real to me.
Rowling completed Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in and the manuscript was sent off to several prospective agents.
Publishing history The novelist, J. She elected to use J.
Rowling Joanne Kathleen Rowling , using her grandmother's name as her second name because she has no middle name. The first volume has been translated into Latin and even Ancient Greek ,  making it the longest published work in Ancient Greek since the novels of Heliodorus of Emesa in the 3rd century AD.
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The Turkish translation of books two to seven was undertaken by Sevin Okyay , a popular literary critic and cultural commentator. This led to more and more copies of the English editions being sold to impatient fans in non-English speaking countries; for example, such was the clamour to read the fifth book that its English language edition became the first English-language book ever to top the best-seller list in France.
The book itself was finished on 11 January in the Balmoral Hotel , Edinburgh, where she scrawled a message on the back of a bust of Hermes.
It read: "J. On 28 March , the cover art for the Bloomsbury Adult and Child versions and the Scholastic version were released. These covers were created by first Cliff Wright and then Jason Cockroft. These initially used black-and-white photographic art for the covers showing objects from the books including a very American Hogwarts Express without depicting people, but later shifted to partial colourisation with a picture of Slytherin's locket on the cover of the final book.
The events, commonly featuring mock sorting, games, face painting, and other live entertainment have achieved popularity with Potter fans and have been highly successful in attracting fans and selling books with nearly nine million of the The word Muggle has spread beyond its Harry Potter origins, becoming one of few pop culture words to land in the Oxford English Dictionary.
Both MuggleCast and PotterCast  have reached the top spot of iTunes podcast rankings and have been polled one of the top 50 favourite podcasts. Surveys of over 1, college students in the United States show that those who read the books were significantly different from those who had not.
Readers of the series were found to be more tolerant, more opposed to violence and torture, less authoritarian, and less cynical. Although it is not known if this is a cause-and-effect relationship, there is a clear correlation, and it seems that Harry Potter's cultural impact may be stronger than just a fandom bond.
In March , "Harry Potter" was the most commonly searched fan fiction subject on the internet.Okey, sebelumnya saya telah membagikan seri ketiga novel Harry.
Publishing history The novelist, J. Most importantly, Dumbledore and Harry work together to uncover the full and complex story of a boy once named Tom Riddle the boy who became Lord Voldemort. I can't wait until the 4th book comes out, which is supposed to be called Harry Potter and the Quidditch World Cup! After all, much enjoyment may come from a film that highlights facets of a novel we had not considered, or that makes us see the work anew. Overthrow the wizard regulating body known as the Ministry of Magic, and subjugate all wizards and muggles.
After Uncle Vernon has opened the door to check on him and then closed it again, Harry sits up and ducks under his sheets once more. If the fifth and especially the fourth films work best for knowing audiences who can fill in the gaps , then the first two films should work best for unknowing audiences who, unfamiliar with the plot, may tolerate the slow pace , and the third should please both knowing and unknowing audiences.