In this most recent editorial found within the comfortable confines of The Three Broomsticks, our favorite editorialist – affectionately known as hpboy13 – has come up with a clever discussion on the Headmasters of Hogwarts and what we should come to expect, or hope to see, within the new Fantastic Beasts film series.
Category: Three Broomsticks
I’m somewhat ashamed, but I didn’t read The Cuckoo’s Calling as soon as it came out. I was wary of being disappointed as I had been by Casual Vacancy. But I am beyond thrilled to say that Cuckoo’s Calling is a return to form for Jo, a spectacularly written mystery that utterly engrossed me!
In this latest investigation, hpboy13 attempts to unearth the question of whether or not there were clear forms of aid along the way, helping the trio throughout Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.
Over the course of the Harry Potter series, author J.K. Rowling has created some iconic, and let’s face it, kick-ass female characters like Hermione Granger, Luna Lovegood, Molly Weasley, Nymphadora Tonks, Ginny Weasley, and Minerva McGonagall. But are these women the norm or the exception in the Wizarding world?
One of the more intriguing presents Harry receives on his seventeenth birthday is a book titled Twelve Failsafe Ways to Charm Witches. It’s a present from Ron, who’s gotten it from Fred and George for his own birthday five months earlier. He tells Harry, “Explains everything you need to know about girls. If only I’d had this last year I’d have known exactly how to get rid of Lavender and I would’ve known how to get going with…” (DH113) But what are these twelve mystery tips exactly?