Harry Potter Essay
For example, when Draco calls Hermione and a “filthy little mudblood” Harry has no idea what that means (112).Through this readers can see how innocent Harry actually is.Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is book number four in Rowling's series.Although Harry does not fit Campbell's Hero Cycle exactly, there are enough elements of this cycle to call Harry Potter a hero.Readers also see in the second novel that Harry has many doubts in himself, he still lacks confidence; likely caused by years of abuse by the Dursleys.
Readers also see that Harry is just as righteous in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets as he was in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.
First, Harry's departure begins with his call to adventure when his name comes out of the Goblet of Fire.
Harry crosses the threshold by participating in the Triwizard Tournament.
Rowling clearly shows readers how Harry feels about his fame when tries to refuse to take a picture with Lockhart and even more so when his image in the picture refuses to stay in the image; leaving Lockhart to pose alone.
Two major themes Rowling writes about in the novel are class and prejudice.