Episode 24 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” explores how “Harry Potter” has more in common with Arthurian legend than wizards and magic swords.
Tagged: King Arthur
Albus Dumbledore has more in common with the famous Merlin than a cloak and beard. Their similarities extend to their weaknesses, difficulties, and eventual dooms.
Chivalry is a Gryffindor quality, but the Knights of the Round Table are more complex than that. What would happen if they were to exchange their helms for the Sorting Hat?
A loyal companion with lots of brothers, a quick temper, and faltering judgment – Ron Weasley isn’t so different from a certain Knight of the Round Table. But Ron gets himself a much happier ending.