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Transcript of Harry Potter
Harry is the main protagonist of the novel who turns 17 in the beginning of the book. Harry is a curageous and determined young wizard who has decided not to return to Hogwarts school, instead pursuing a quest that Dumbledore left him to find and destroy Horcruxes. These are magical items that are keeping Voldemort. Harry is consistently faithful to his quest throughout the book, though he struggles with self-doubt and wonders whether Dumbledore truly loved him.
He is Harry's best friend and companion for most of the book. Ron is the same age as Harry and has also left Hogwarts to accompany Harry on his quest. He displays bravery, resourcefulness, and loyalty to Harry, though he also has to overcome his own immaturity and his self-doubt at playing second fiddle to Harry. He is in love with Hermione Granger and they eventually get married.
She is Harry and Ron's classmate and companion. She also eventually becomes Ron's girlfriend and later wife. Hermione is the smartest and most focused out of the group, and her intensive planning and exhaustive research she puts into the quest has helped a lot of times. She is also very resourceful under pressure, rescuing the group from scrapes in very thoughtful and farsighted ways. Hermione is muggle-born or a mudblood (which is an offensive term meaning a witch or wizard born to non-magical parents.
The former headmaster of Hogwarts. He was Harry's friend and mentor, until his death in the previous book. Dumbledore is an extremely intelligent and farsighted individual. He has laid out plans for Harry's quest very thoroughly, but he is very cryptic in his commands. Because of that Harry comes to doubt his wisdom. Dumbledore's character and accomplishments come under attack throughout the course of the book because of a biography written by Rita Skeeter. Also Dumbledore found the Order of the Phoenix, a group of witches and wizards dedicated to fighting Voldemort.
The man who killed Dumbledore, and a professor at Hogwarts, who later becomes headmaster. Before killing Dumbledore, Snape had been both a member of Dumbledore's Order of the Phoenix and one of Voldemort's Death Eaters. Dumbledore steadfastly believed Snape to be spying for him against Voldemort, and Voldemort believed Snape to be his spy against Dumbledore. Though numerous members of the Order and the Death Eaters suspect Snape of being a traitor to their respective causes, Snape's true loyalties are a mystery throughout most of the series.
A young Auror and member of the Order of the Phoenix. She hates her first name and insists on being called simply Tonks. She marries Remus Lupin and has a son by him.
Harry's former Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher and good friend. Lupin is a werewolf and member of the Order of the Phoenix. He marries Nymphadora Tonks and becomes a father. He was also one of James Potter's best friends.
The Minister of Magic who replaced Cornelius Fudge. Like his predecessor, Scrimgeour is too obtuse or too cowardly to oppose Voldemort outright, and he does not trust Dumbledore or Harry. He is killed when Voldemort takes over the Ministry and installs his own puppet.
Alastor "mad eye" moody
Alastor is an Auror and a member of the Order of the Phoenix. Moody is heavily scarred from his battles with Dark wizards and wears a magic eyeball that's always in motion. He was killed protecting Harry in the beginning of the book.
A student in Harry's class, who for most of the series has been a pathetic weakling. He wasn't able to perform magic properly or remember his lessons. In previous novels we learn that his parents were Aurors who were tortured and driven insane by the Death Eater Bellatrix Lestrange. In this novel, he transforms himself into the heroic leader of Dumbledore's Army and the underground resistance to Snape, filling Harry's role in his absence.
Luna's father, who shares her intrest in unusual things. Xenophilius wears and odd triangular symbol resembling an eye which is the symbol for the Deathly Hallows.
A classmate of Harry who belongs to Ravenclaw House. Like other Ravenclaws, Luna is hightly intelligent and perceptive, but also rather dreamy. She is a trusted friend of Harry, Ron and Hermione and a member of Dumbledore's Army.
A famous wandmaker that is Ollivander's only real rival.
A famous wandmaker that made Harry and Voldemort's wands. He told both of them about wandlore.
He is the former house-elf of the Malfoys who Harry freed from Lucius. He helps Harry greatly throughout the novel.
The bitter and unkempt house-elf at number 12 Grimmauld Place. He eventually becomes friends with Harry, Ron and Hermione.
The Weasley Family
Ron's obnoxious and outspoken aunt, who knows all the old rumours about Dumbledore's past. She provided the tiara for the wedding between Fleur and Bill.
He is the father of the Weasley family, and an employee of the Ministry of Magic. Arthur has always had a fondness for and curiosity about the Muggle world, which has kept him from advancing very far in his career at the Ministry. When Voldemort's Death Eaters take over the Ministry, his safety is imperiled as well even though his family is of 'pure' blood status. His family in the book are considered blood traitors.
Fred and George Weasley
Ron's older brothers who are identical twins that few people can tell apart. They are highly mischievous and trouble causing but loyal to Harry. This is because they were both in Griffindor and that Harry gave them his triwizard tournament winnings to start a joke shop called Weasley's wheezers.
Ron's mother, who is in charge of the large Weasley family. She is very motherly to Harry and often strict.
Ron's younger sister and the only female in the Weasley family. She was formerly Harry's girlfriend. Ginny is a member of Dumbledore's Army and has proven herself a tough and resilient ally even before getting together with Harry. Harry broke up with Ginny when he realized that no one would be safe with him as long as Voldemort is alive.
He betrayed his family and continued working for the ministry but near the end of the book he came to his senses and helped fight in the battle at Hogwarts.
He is the oldest of the Weasley brothers. He lives in a cottage by the sea (shell cottage) and he marries Fleur Delacour.
The most powerful dark wizard who ever lived. He has been recently restored to his body and full powers after fourteen years when he was revived in a previous book. When Harry was one year old, Voldemort murdered Harry's parents and tried to kill Harry, but his curse rebounde upon him and tore his soul from his body, and made him lose most of his powers. Voldemort comes to control the Ministry of Magic and causes the death of untold numbers of Muggles and wizards. He is obsessed with figuring out why Harry keeps defeated him or slipping out of his grasp and will stop at nothing to find a way to kill harry.
She is one of Voldemort's most loyal, trusted and fearsome followers, whom Voldemort freed from Azkaban prison. She is the sister of Narcissa Malfoy and aunt to both Draco Malfoy and Nymphadora Tonks.
He was a powerful Dark wizard, second only to Lord Voldemort in his destructiveness. Dumbledore defeated Grindelwald in a famous duel in 1945 where he got his wand.
Formerly but briefly the head of Hogwarts, she is now a senior member of the Ministry of Magic. Umbridge is throughly evil, delighting in punishing others and using rules and regulations to persecute people, though she is apparently not one of Voldemort's Death Eaters. She is in charge of finding and punishing Mudbloods for the Ministry.
The aggressive and deceitful tabloid journalist who tormented Harry and his friends two years earlier during the Triwizard Tournament. Skeeter has recently published a tell-all biography of Dumbledore. She doesn't directly harm Harry but her biography upsets Harry and makes him doubt Dumbledore.
He is one of Voldemort's followers, and the father of Harry's classmate, Draco. Lucius was a very wealthy and powerful man during Voldemort's absence, but now Voldemort routinely abuses and humiliates him for not being loyal enough to find and help Voldemort when he was exiled from his body
Harry's former classmate and nemesis through much of the series. Draco is a very bad boy but he is still innocent in the sense that he never murdered anyone of comitted a henious crime.
A student at Hogwarts. He is also one of Draco's followers and is extremely thick.
Like his team mate, Goyle, he is incredibly thick. In this book, he accidently kills himself.
The setting of the story is set in present time and is located in the Wizarding World.
Harry, Ron and Hermione visited the ministry so they could steal Umbridge's locket which was a horcrux.They use the polyjuice potion to turn into ministry employees, and they have a very close call with some dementors.
Ministry of Magic
Harry and Hermione come here to investigate about the Horcruxes and the past of Dumbledore, but Harry and Hermione are nearly killed by Voldemort's snake, Nagini.
Harry, Ron and Hermione came here and stole a Horcrux from Bellatrix's vault. They had to get past many security measures in order to do so. They were also the first people to ever break into the bank, but had to ride a dragon to escape!
The story took place here when Bill and Fleur were getting married. It was also the safehouse where Harry was supposed to be transferred to. Harry, Ron and Hermione were supposed to stay here for safe keeping but they left on a journey to find and destroy the Horcruxes.
Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry
Harry, Ron and Hermione and the rest of the wizards against Voldemort fought and duelled here while Harry, Ron and Hermione found and destroyed Horcruxes. Voldemort and many others were kiled here, including Tonks, Lupin, and Fred Weasley.
12 Grimmauld Place
This is where Harry, Ron and Hermione planned to steal the locket from umbridge. They stayed in this house a great deal of time planning how to enter the Ministry of Magic undetected.
The tone of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in ominous, emotional, suspenseful.The book is very ominous because at times it has a very grave tone to match the situation Harry is in. This book, being the last in it's series was a very heart wrenching book as characters you knew and loved died or became injured.They all knew the meaning of self sacrifice and they all did whatever it took to bring Voldemort down.The suspense is this book is riveting because their main details of the book that was foreshadowing and not fully elaborated one. "I open at the close" (Rowling) This quote shows how ominous and suspenseful the book is becuase of it's amazing foreshadowing.
The setting of the story is set in present time and is located in the Wizarding World.
Man Versus Self
The conflict of Man versus Self is present thorughout the book as Harry must fight against his doubts of Dumbledore. Throughout the book Harry is confused and has so many questions for Dumbledore and begins to question if he even loved him. In the end of the book he overcomes all his doubts and is ready to complete the mission that Dumbledore left for him.
Man Verus Man
Man Versus Nature
Man Versus society
Man Versus Supernatural
The conflict of Man versus Man is the main conflict of the entire series. The struggle between Voldemort and Harry is the main driving force behind the entire plot. The two characters are linked very closely, as Harry is the Seventh Horcrux which means he has art of Voldemort's soul inside of him. Voldemort in turn has the blood of Harry from when he was resurrected earlier in the series. This links the characters closer than any other two wizards, and their link is the reason for the prophecy in the book. "Neither can live, while the other survives" (Rowling)
Harry, Ron and Hermione must battle the elements when they are on their own and on the run. They must deal with the elements as they sleep outside in a tent and are forced to fend for themselves surviving off of the land; although it's a bit easier as they have magical abilities.
This conflict is minor but is shown by the Ministry of Magic chasing after and attempting to capture Harry and his friends.
Harry Potter And
The Deathly Hallows
This theme is present in this book because Harry has to fight against the supernatural magic of the Horcruxes and the Deathly Hallows.
In the beginning of the book Harry Potter is just turning 17. This is the age he becomes recognised as a full wizard and loses the "trace" a type of magic the Ministry of Magic uses to keep track of underage magic. He must be moved from his current whereabout to a new location, the Burrow: becuase he is no longer protected by his mum's magic once he turns 17 or no longer calls Privet Drive his home. So the Order must move him quickly for as soon as he steps out of the boundary lines for his home he is no longer protected; and Voldemort might attack at any minute.
Harry, now at the house of Ron and a full wizard, must plan their journey of destroying the Horcruxes. It is here that Harry hears rumours about Dumbledore in the obituaries, from Aunt Muriel, and from Rita Skeeter's biography which makes him doubt that he even knew Dumbledore and who he really was. Harry, Ron and Hermione receive the Snitch, Deluminator, and book from Dumbledore's will. Although they now have the items which Dumbledore has left them, they don't know what to do with them. They make progress on their quest, recovering the sword of Godric Gryffindor, the locket, the Hufflepuff Cup and the Lost Diadem of Rowena Ravenclaw.
The most dramatic point in a something is the Climax and for this book that was when Harry saw Dumbledore talking to Snape in the Pensieve and learns that Dumbledore planned Harry's death. He has mixed emotions about this but he stops doubting Dumbledore and fully trusts him. It's his courage and bravery that saves the day in the end.
Harry doesn't die when Voldemort fires his killing curse at him because of the magical protection in his blood that is now in Voldemort as well. He learns that Dumbledore really loved him when he passed out from the killing curse and talked with Dumbledore at 'King's Cross without any trains'. After Harry defeats Voldemort because his own killing curse fails and rebounds back at him every one has mixed emotions. Joy for finally defeating Voldemort and sorrow for their dead loved ones.