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Barfield, Steven, "Fantasy and the Interpretation of Fantasy in Harry Potter," in Topic: The Washington and Jefferson College Review, Vol. 54, Fall 2004, p. 30.

Bloom, Harold, "Can 35 Million Book Buyers Be Wrong? Yes," in the Wall Street Journal, July 11, 2000, p. A26.

Byam, Paige, "Children's Literature or Adult Classic? The Harry Potter Series and the British Novel Tradition," in Topic: The Washington and Jefferson College Review, Vol. 54, Fall 2004, pp. 7-13.

Byatt, A.S., "Harry Potter and the Childish Adult," in New York Times, July 7, 2003, p. A13.

Christian Broadcasting Network, www.cbn.com (June 4, 2005).

Diffendal, Lee Ann, "Questioning Witchcraft and Wizardry as Obscenity: Harry Potter's Potion for Regulation," in Topic: The Washington and Jefferson College Review, Vol. 54, Fall 2004, p. 60.

Hensher, Philip, "A Crowd-Pleaser But No Classic" in Spectator, Vol. 292, June 28, 2003, pp. 30-31.

Leonard, John, "Nobody Expects...

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