Our next Quibble of the week was written by MuggleNet staff member, Noah Fried, who supervises our Editorial and Fan Art Sections. In this new piece, which you can read right here, Noah has combed through our favorite book series gathering evidence in order to defend a certain theory he has recently devised. And being curious about his findings ourselves, we chose to indulge him with a featured post this week.
"While not actually claiming that Harry Potter was raped, per se," Noah writes, "I explore in my essay how the language J.K. Rowling used in several key moments of her text seems to denote both the staging and consequences of it, which brings me to some rather radical (but text-based) conclusions."
His conclusions, you will find, are rather unheard of. They provoke discourses of gender politics and sexuality-themes that are generally not noted by fans who scrutinize the Harry Potter series.
Here at MuggleNet, and especially in our Editorials Section, we encourage all kinds of book interpretations and debate, so if you would like to comment on this essay and others head over to the MuggleNet Quibbler right here. If you would like to send us a quibble of your own, to possibly be featured on the Home Page like this one, make sure to browse our writing tips and rules for submission.