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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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Jade Bennett

on 10 March 2013

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By: Jade Bennett Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Plot Teaser Antagonist, Protagonist, and Major Characters Major Characters: Sirius Black, Albus Dumbledore, Serverus Snape, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Rubeus Hagrid, and Remus Lupin Theme Symbolism Two symbols in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix are the two-way mirror and the knife that is capable of opening any lock. Both of these objects were given to Harry by his godfather, Sirius Black. These two objects symbolize how much Sirius cares about Harry. They show how Sirius is willing to assist Harry no matter what the situation is. Reaction I found Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Written by J.K. Rowling) a very interesting book. Her use of figurative language is extremely powerful compared to some of the other books I've read by a variety of different authors. This book is full of suspense and is very entertaining. Recommendation Favorite quote from the book "Now you mention it," said Hermione happily, "d'you know . . . I think I'm feeling a bit . . . Rebellious." (Page 634) Recommendation I would recomend people around thirteen to fourteen years old to read this book. The reason why is because all throughout the series, there are multiple difficult words that most young kids wouldn't understand. Plus, kids of a younger age might not quite understand the plot. It was also help if the reader has read the previous books instead of jumping right to this one becuase if they did, they most likely wouldn't understand what was going on throughout the book. Antagonist: Dolores Umbridge Protagonist: Harry Potter Life is not defined by death. "Indeed, your failure to understand that there are things much worse than death has always been your greatest weakness." (Page 814)
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