Harry Potter, in a nut shell.


Three kids repeatedly find out a secret about the wizard world they live in. The inquisitive little buggers persistently break rules and manage to defeat whomever is causing trouble, usually to do with the baddie Voldemort. After seven books, a lot of fantastical imagery, all following this same basic plot line, they finally defeat him, and they live happily ever after.

Genius.

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Classical Studies student, who likes vegetarianism, animals, feminism, and dislikes monetarism and capitalism. For shorter spats of Nobodysaknowitall: Follow @MegannWright
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4 Responses to Harry Potter, in a nut shell.

  1. Robyn says:

    I do not agree with this Megan. D:

  2. Robyn says:

    An awful lot of very dark symbolism ;D

    • Oh yeah, forgot about the moral messages portrayed in a really generic manner. Only difference being they are wizards. The story is so very repetitive, it looks as if she only kept on writing until she realised they had to defeat Voldemort at some point.

      They are back at school.
      Something Bad happens.
      Oh my, it is Voldemort again.
      Turns out someone in Hogwarts is messing around with him.
      Harry and co win a battle, but not the war!

      X6

      They finally win the war.
      The End.

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