It’s been a terrible weekend, and no one has the answers. But among the pages of our favorite books are reminders of the kinds of people we want to become when the unthinkable happens.
I’m bad at dating and enjoy living dangerously. So I’m marking the week of my two-year anniversary with my boyfriend by taking all the dating advice given in the “Harry Potter” books. Will we still be together by the end of the week?
Hoping the wisdom of Dumbledore could truly heal my life, I decided to apply his advice completely out of context, by making flash cards to consult whenever I reached a tough choice. What could possibly go wrong?
Today, I will be reflecting on the third chapter of the book, which discusses what the author of our beloved series, J.K. Rowling, said about Book 7 before it was even published. I’ll be going through each of the points in the chapter to see if what JKR led us to believe actually occurred.
Did J.K. Rowling write Harry Potter as a form of herself, or did she model herself into many different characters? Read further to see our reasons why Harry is a fictional version of JKR!