Quidditch Through the Ages Setting

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The setting of this book is within the fantasy world Rowling created for Harry Potter and his friends; a place where witches and wizards engage in all sorts of magic, including games that involve the use of magical broomsticks and that engage players with extraordinary powers. When J. K. Rowling brought Harry Potter and his friends to life, she created a world in which the rules of logic no longer exist. Because children of all ages found themselves immersed in Rowling's magic world, she embellished that world with enough details to sustain the magic. The setting of this book therefore, as well as its companion book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, is in the imagination. Rowling takes readers back into Harry's imaginary world, to the library of the Hogwarts' school, and to places such as Moose Jaw, Saskachewan, the home of Canada's three most...

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