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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Themes

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The Fight Between Good and Evil

A very strong theme in all of the Harry Potter books is the fight between good and evil. The author portrays these as real forces personified by Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort. Harry is less dramatic and more discreet, but his powers are much stronger than he could imagine.

Voldemort is terrible, threatening, and frightening. Just the thought of him, immobilizes the vast majority with terror. Voldemort's power increases proportionally to the terror he inflicts. He feeds off others' fear and weakness. Evil attracts cowardly and ambitious souls. Wormtail grovels to the Dark Lord and even cuts his own hand off in sacrifice. This wicked wizard could not survive without sapping the life from others. His followers cannot see this, for evil is blinding. It lives off the baser feelings in life.

Just by standing up to the evil and confronting it, Harry...

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