Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Essay | Harry Potter's Fifth Year

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Harry Potter's Fifth Year

Summary: Plot summary and the author's opinions of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" by J.K Rowling.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix has been the longest (870 pages) and the most intense book of the Harry Potter series, and J.K Rowling has pulled it off again. Harry's adolescence in the book begins in the same place, the Dursley's house. The Dursley's, who are Harry's guardians, are afraid because of Harry's magical abilities. Even though Harry has sunken in anger, he is delighted to keep them believing.

Harry's problems don't end there. Everything begins at Hogwarts. Harry is back for his 5th year in the school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Since Harry believes Lord Voldemort is back, he is mistreated by a handful of students who won't accept what the "Chosen One" states. Only some professors and classmates support him. Mistreatment of students is not the only conflict Harry goes throughout this book; he also struggles with the book's villain, Dolores...

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