The Lord of the Rings Essay | Fantasy in "Lord of the Rings" and "Harry Potter"

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Fantasy in "Lord of the Rings" and "Harry Potter"

Summary: Essay explains the aspect of fantasy and how it is used in books such as "Lord of the Rings" and "Harry Potter."
Fantasy is a type of genre that allows the reader to experience a place or world unlike any they have before. Fantasy lifts all our ideas of reality, and allows us to be a part of experiences that we would otherwise have no chance of taking part in. In both Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings, the reader is given a window into magical worlds unlike ours. These worlds are make believe, but both Tolkien and Rowling add so much detail that these worlds become as real as walking down the street.

In Harry Potter, the reader is introduced to the Harry, the hero of the novel. Having a hero as the main character of the story is an idea that is frequent in many fantasy novels. In this story, Harry is an unlikely hero from the beginning. Rowling...

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