If wizards live longer than Muggles, why do they get married so young?
Author: Sophia Jenkins
The women in “Harry Potter” don’t wait around for men to make the first move – which is good news, since if they did, nothing would ever happen.
Harry’s fight to produce a Patronus, and the ways he self-sabotages, mirror my own struggle with depression.
Lupin may not be an expert at fighting his own Dementors, but he’s still willing to mentor Harry in his struggle against their powers.
Divination becomes front and center in “Crimes of Grindelwald,” which leads to the question: Do we trust in prophecies?
Although Grindelwald and Voldemort both have similar goals, J.K. Rowling has managed to make them into distinctly different villains.