There is nothing from the “Harry Potter” novels to suggest that all Gryffindors have to be morally virtuous people, despite the way J.K. Rowling portrays the House. If we eliminate this expectation, then the argument can be made that Peter Pettigrew was a true Gryffindor.
How did Dumbledore defeat Grindelwald and gain the Elder Wand’s loyalty? In this article, I suggest that Dumbledore used the Sorcerer’s Stone to gain an advantage in his duel against Grindelwald.
In this article, I consider whether J.K. Rowling’s portrayal of the Ministry of Magic can be taken as a cautionary tale of what can happen when a society values fear over love.
“Half-Blood Prince” is my favorite book from the “Harry Potter” series, but as a movie, it disappointed. These are my thoughts on why it’s the worst “Harry Potter” movie.