Although Grindelwald and Voldemort both have similar goals, J.K. Rowling has managed to make them into distinctly different villains.
When Rowling chooses not to write from Harry’s perspective, she skillfully uses a variety of narrative perspectives to create mystery and intrigue for her readers.
The new explanation on J.K. Rowling’s website of how she moves between fictional worlds sounds like the age-old memory technique used by Romans, memory athletes, and detectives.
While the Dursleys were trying to squash the magic out of him, Harry may have saved himself through pure cluelessness, mediocrity, and a desire to be different.
Harry is certainly a hero, but sometimes his heroic acts end up causing more harm than good.
In order to appreciate “Harry Potter”, you may need to first appreciate the United Kingdom’s lovable quirks.