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Character Growth in the "Harry Potter" Series

Summary: In J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," magic and fantasy is used to present Harry Potter with many challenges and obstacles that he must overcome. As he meets these challenges, he learns many important life lessons such as independence and self-confidence.
In almost every book the main characters, especially the protagonist, face obstacles and issues throughout the story. These problems can be physical, emotional, spiritual, and educational. As these characters progress throughout the story, they overcome these obstacles and they grow as people. Also, the reader learns about the character and themselves by relating to these experiences. J.K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, introduces different challenges, personal and physical, to the main character, Harry Potter. Some of these problems are inspired by Rowling's personal experiences in her own life. According to the biography on her website, in 1990, as she was traveling back to London on a train she created the first idea of Harry Potter (JK 2). While composing her manuscript for what was then called, "Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone," several life changing events occurred which were...

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