J.K. Rowling in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone represents women empowerment by appearing to adhere to male stereotypes. Through the characters of Hermione Granger and Professor McGonagall, Rowling expressed the best characteristics for women in the contemporary society. Both Hermione and Prof. McGonagall play assisting roles to the male…
J.K. Rowling’s works of literature have profoundly inspired and informed many people’s opinions and ambitions. Her best-selling “Harry Potter” series has helped young readers develop emotional and social skills. Heilman contends that, aside from the Bible, “The “Harry Potter” novels have hit more people around the world than any other…
The term “Harry Potter” refers to a series of fictional books that portray the life and experiences of a young wizard named Harry Potter, especially his friendships with Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley (Vezzali, Loris, et al. 105). The three are pupils at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry….
JK Rowling’s portrayal of women empowerment in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone seems to stick to gender expectations. Rowling articulated the desired qualities for women in modern culture through the roles of Hermione Granger and Professor McGonagall. Hermione and Professor McGonagall all play supporting roles in the male characters….
J.K. Rowling’s life is expressed in her most famous piece of art, Harry Potter. In specific, the friendship between Rowling and the characters in her novel is publicly and subtly mirrored in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” in the characters and plots in the novel. Rowling is the author…