Now, I’m not suggesting you should split your soul into seven pieces, but if you do, make them a little more difficult to find and way more original.
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In response to yesterday’s essay, explaining how Harry survived the Killing Curse through Voldemort carrying his blood and Lily’s protection, staff member Noah examines the magic involved in Horcruxes and love protection spells.
by hpboy13 Abstract: Hello, dear readers! Let me apologize profusely for my prolonged absence. But I am now back in New York, back to having access to the US paperbacks (which is what page...
To be killed permanently and absolutely, the entirety of a person’s soul must be destroyed. When part of it lies hidden in a Horcrux, it is impossible to kill the witch or wizard without...
The etymology of the word seems to be this: a combination of “hors” from the French “dehors” meaning outside and “crux” meaning “essence.” Thus, a Horcrux is a device for keeping your soul (the...
Horcruxes or Hallows? Snape: good or evil? Harry: live or die? Four years ago today we got the answers
At midnight on July 21, 2007 “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” was released worldwide by “Bloomsbury Publishing” in the UK, “Scholastic” in the US, and “Raincoast Books” in Canada.
Over 15 million copies were sold in the first 24 hours shattering the previous record of 9 million by “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”.
Another detailed looked at “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2” has been released today over on “Yahoo!”.