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Transcript of Harry Potter
Lily, Harry's mother, gives her life for him to survive
Harry is raised as the "sacrificial lamb."
In the end he ultimately realizes that he must die so that everyone else can be saved and survives.
Voldemort will do anything for immortality
Harry is not afraid of his mortality
Harry is the "Christ figure"
Voldemort's death leads to the salvation of all
Snape strongly dislikes Harry
At the same time, he protects Harry
In The Goblet of Fire, Harry's blood is used to bring Voldemort back into physical form
in The Deathly Hallows, Voldemort can not fully kill Harry since some of his blood is still in Voldemort
Campbell's Hero's Journey
Call to adventure: Hagrid takes Harry to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
Crossing the Threshold: Platform 9 3/4
Tests and Trials: living with the Dursley's, Quidditch Games, professors
Ultimate Ordeal: "Only one can live, while the other survives"
Victory: killing Voldemort
Return Home: marrying Ginny and sending children to Hogwarts
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Hero: acceptance of fate, courage
Wise man/mentor: Dumbledore
Shadow: Voldemort has a part of his soul inside of Harry, but is also another body externally
Harry's Scar: tests and trials, connection with Voldemort, prophecy as Chosen One, sacrifice
Intolerance of "inferior" races
Title and blood lines are extremely important.
Persecution of "inferior" races such as half-bloods or muggles (People with no magical abilities).
Hermione, daughter of muggles, shows to be the brightest witch of her time.
Harry, along with fighting evil, goes on to fight for the persecuted.
In the end he is victorious over evil, and an age without prejudicis set to begin