Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Essay | Harry Potter

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Summary: Essay discusses the character of Harry Potter from the novel "Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix."
This quote is from the part of the book where Harry is returned to the wizard world from his parent's house, and no one will tell him anything about what is going on, so he is blaming it on his friends. This quote shows how Harry Potter has become very self-centered and egotistical because of what he had done. He feels that he is above everyone else, and he will be able to do anything that others can do better. He is still young, but he feels that he is old and wise from his experiences, but he is not. This attitude will later get him into trouble later when he decides that he does not need the help of Professor Snape to save his god-father who is not in trouble.

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In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, I can identify with the character Sirius...

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