These are cases of women supporting women, something we hope to see more of in literature and popular culture as a positive example for girls of all ages.
Snape = a bully in the “friend zone”? Maybe… But those topics are off-limits here. We’re continuing our look at other things that make Snape a cautionary tale.
I think it’s fair to say that Dudley Dursley was not the nicest child, but why was he that way? Does he have any redeeming qualities?
Severus Snape is talented at many things, and never letting go of a grudge is definitely one of them. Here’s what we can learn from his terrible example.
Are you a well-established magical mischief maker? How about a wizarding history nerd? Either way, these newly published letters from the very first Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes employee are sure to catch your attention.
Oh, Snape. You’ve got so many issues. We’re continuing our dive into his lesser-discussed flaws to unpack the nuances of the post-series Snape debate.
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” really missed an opportunity to canonize what would have been a much-adored same-sex relationship.
How Attending College During a Pandemic Is Similar to the Events of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”
How are the events of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” similar to college life during a pandemic? There might be more comparisons than you think.
Happy birthday, Professor Snape! Everyone knows he can be a bully, but we’re diving into his lesser-discussed flaws to unpack the next chapter of the great Snape debate.