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Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
Transcript of Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
Movie to Book Comparison
The Chamber of Secrets,
it's Harry Potter's second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry is visited by a house elf named Dobby warning him he mustn't return to the school, but Harry had to go back, Hogwarts was his home. When Harry arrived at school bad things started to happen, The legendary Chamber of Secrets had been opened, and muggle-borns were being petrified, any day someone was going to die. It's up to Harry and his friends to figure it out, and save the school.
Point Of View:
Over all I would give the movie a 3/5.
I said this because while some parts were accurate, there were VERY many inaccuracies.
I think they did pretty good as far as the characters, The had all of the extremely important characters but they didn't add in all of the minor characters which is why I'd give the movie a 3/5.
The Movie has the same overall plot, Although they cut out some important details and even an entire important scene, Which is why I don't think they did a very good job on the movie. I would rate the plot from book to movie at about a 2/5.
Presentation By: Sidney Marie Carlson
The rest of the Weasley's
This book is told in the 3rd person limited view; as shown in this quotation,
"The voice was growing fainter. Harry was sure it was moving away- moving upward. A mix of fear and excitement gripped him as he stared at the dark ceiling; how could it be moving upward? Was it a phantom, to whom stone ceilings didn't matter?"
(Rowling page 137)
Professor Gilderoy Lockhart
The main type of conflict
" 'However,' said Dumbledore, speaking very slowly and clearly so that none of them could miss a word, 'you will find that I will only
have left the school when none here are loyal to me. You will also find that help will always be given at Hogwarts to those who ask for it.' " (Rowling page 264)
I think this quote is not only really important to this book but the entire series as well. I think it shows us that Dumbleore is wise, and noble.