Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Setting & Symbolism

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The Prophecy

A glass sphere with Harry’s and Voldemort’s name on it, the prophecy is in two parts and foretells that either Harry will kill Voldemort, or the other way around. There is no way one can live with the other on the same earth

Blood

Ties of family and sacrifice are very evident in this novel. Because of Lily Potter’s sacrifice and love for Harry, he was saved, and he is still protected through her blood that runs in Aunt Petunia’s veins. The issue of purebloods, half bloods, and mud-bloods are also further explored here. The two most powerful characters of the book are half bloods: Harry and Voldemort.

Quidditch

The Quidditch matches are scenes that divide the Houses and also Ron’s eventual triumph. When he first plays, he is ridiculed and plays badly. At the last match, he is a hero...

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