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The Tale of the Three Brothers
by J.K. Rowling The story was written
within the story of Harry Potter Three brothers use magic to make a bridge
Death offers them each one wish
First brother wishes for powerful wand
Second brother wishes to bring back the dead
Third brother wishes for a way to leave that place without being followed Characters:
Death
Eldest Brother
Middle Brother
Youngest Brother Summary Setting
A lonely winding road
No set place Language
Told like a children's story
Simple
Eerie Symbols
The Elder Wand
The Resurrection Stone
The Cloak of Invisibility
The river It is rumored that Rowling intended the Peverell brothers to represent Lord Voldemort, Severus Snape, and Harry Potter. The story is used as a clue for Harry. Professor Dumbledore left the story for Harry to figure out what he needs to do to defeat Lord Voldemort. The tone of the story is very dark and creepy.
It is a children's story but it makes one feel
forlorn and nervous, because it centers around
death. The theme of the story definitely centers around death. It focuses on how each individual person copes with it. Some try to overpower death, others fear it and try to run from it. But some accept death for what it is. The End
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