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Independent Novel Summary - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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Independent novel summary

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Janelle Smith Hon English 7th period

Harry potter and the deathly hallows is a complex book focused on good vs. evil. There are many characters each different in many ways. Throughout the book Harry is on a quest on his own to face his destiny. Along the way he is faced with numerous troubles and barriers that he and two others must get around, or face. Harry finds out more information about his life than he ever has and will have to face the biggest challenges of his life throughout this book.

Throughout the book there is a significant difference in sides. First, there's the death eaters and lord Voldermort. They symbolize and are the evil in the story. They commit unspeakable crimes. An example would be killing unsuspecting children and wizards and witches who get in their way, simply don't please them or get in their way. Voldermort crossed the line way past evil. He gave up his soul by creating making Horcruxes. Horcruxes tears a part of your soul away.

Main characters are Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ronald Weasley. Harry is the center of the entire series. He has to concentrate on finding the Horcruxes because without them Voldermort can't die until all seven are destroyed. Hermione is a non-magic born wizard. She embarks on the mission with Harry to find the Horcruxes. Ronald is referred to as Ron throughout the book. He is a full wizard but shamed by the death eaters because his father handles muggle affairs. Ron also joins Harry on the quest to find the Horcuxes.

Along the way to battle his destiny Harry has to conquer numerous barriers. One of the main thing that helped him throughout the story is the deathly hallows. In my analysis they will be more clearly, defining its power and purpose.



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