From white deer to references to the Forest of Dean, early Arthurian texts can shine a light on the doe Patronus scene in “Deathly Hallows.”
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From Dennis Potter to Harry Potter, the Forest of Dean may pull its significance from screenwriters, Arthurian legend, and the author’s own childhood.
Just like BTS, Harry is also ready to bash his one true hater: the one and only Lord Voldemort. Let’s put our wands up and let the mic drop!
Take a 360-degree virtual tour of Gloucester Cathedral and the Forest of Dean, and experience the magic of some of the most memorable “Harry Potter” scenes!
July is National Baked Beans Month. Don’t campers usually take beans with them? Ergo, I embark upon a challenge to forage inside my pantry to make meals as the trio would’ve done.
For Harry, dreams and reality are interconnected in his desire for family.