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The archetypes in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
Transcript of The archetypes in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
An archetype is a stereotypical example of a person or thing.
The characters in "The Sorcerer's Stone" have very distinct personalities, their can easily be identified by the noticeable habits they entertain.
The Wise Old Man
The Best Friend
The Shape shifter
Draco verbally abuses and threatens his chosen target, Harry potter and his friends.
His posse Crabbe and Goyle, though not very intelligent are there as a wall of muscle to back up his threats.
He does not tolerate weakness in anyone, including himself.
Fred and George Weasley
Unusual birth circumstances caused by a traumatic event leads him on an the path to adventure.
He fought a troll to defend Hermione and defeated Lord Voldemort while he was hiding in Professor Quirrell's body.
While attempting to prove himself he discovers he has a talent for flying.
Kind and wise, Dumbledore offers guidance and advice.
He cautions Harry to use Lord Voldemort's name so that he will not harbor an irrational fear.
Though a philosopher Dumbledore seems to have some very odd quirks, like offering candies to anyone who arrives in his office.
He is the main antagonist in Harry Potter.
So feared no one will use his name, he is instead referred to as "He who will not be named.
He is the reason for our hero's awful living conditions.
Ron is Harry's first friend and he provides a comic relief in Harry's life.
Always a helpful side-kick Ron joins Harry in defeating the troll in the bathroom.
His loyalty is shown when he sacrifices himself so that Harry may go on to defeat the trials.
Professor Quirrell appeared as a very jumpy and superstitious man. However he is a false ally.
He can also count as a literal shape shifter, considering he had Voldemort sticking out of the back of his head.
Irritable and always degrading towards his students talents or intelligence Professor Snape is not well liked amongst the student population in Hogwarts.
Seen as a minor enemy of the protagonist he hardly ever smiles or socializes.
Easily finds faults in everything and punishes the hero for disrespect even though the event did not occur.
Always looking for humor in bad situations, the Weasley twins provide comic relief during the darker parts of the book.
When Harry becomes nervous for his very first quidditch match they attempt to reassure by joking with him.
Meaningless jokes, pranks, and games are their trademarks.
Always able to investigate situations rationally, Hermione is Harry's other very intelligent friend.
Hermione is different because she is always wishing for new information she is eager to face new challenges with her magic and her logic.
"A list of character
"Muggles guide to Harry Potter/characters." Aug 29
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
Scholastic, 1997. Print.
"Mentors provide heroes with motivation, inspiration, guidance, and training".
Hagrid does all of these things for the young Harry Potter while also simply being there for support.
A timeless classic:
Rags to Riches
Harry Potter, orphan, lonely and miserable living with his aunt and uncle. However once he reaches his 11th birthday he embarks on an adventure into a new world of magic and myth. Growing up with nothing Harry learns his parents left him rich but with an ominous omen. Harry is the only one able to defeat, He-who-must-not-be-named.