Harry Potter and I go as far back as when J. K. Rowling enriched our reading lives with her first book about “the boy who lived”. I was instantly hooked on the exhilarating story that (dare I admit) I’m still addicted to. But what I value most are the rich characters that remarkably portray the realities of our human condition and social interplay! Think about it. If you’ve read the series, don’t you know wisdom packed Dumbledore, a derelict Draco, an intellectual Hermoine, or a loving, home cookin’ Mrs. Weasley in your own life? Not only do I know these kinds of characters, I interact with them routinely.
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