Why does Dumbledore give Gryffindor so many House points? Could it be connected to McGonagall’s huge point deduction? hpboy13 analyzes and responds to this fan theory.
Read on to find out how Umbridge turns Hogwarts into a prison by using Michel Foucault and Jeremy Bentham’s model of the panopticon.
As the countdown to November and “Crimes of Grindelwald” continues, we’re left with heaps of questions left by the trailer. Why is Newt going to France? What will await him there, and could it be a link to the “Harry Potter” series?
Hermione Granger’s parents are relatively unknown. So in honor of Dentist’s Day, I wanted to look into them.
If a wand’s allegiance changes when it is defeated, then who is the master of Voldemort’s wand now? Hpboy13 explores the question of one of the most powerful wands in the wizarding world.
hpboy13 once again blows our minds by pointing out some serious foreshadowing – this time with how the items at Borgin and Burkes give us clues to what goes down in “Half-Blood Prince”.
Here’s a theory: What if the objects Harry sees in Borgin and Burkes foreshadow events in the rest of the series?
Jeffrey Jerome Cohen’s essay “Monster Theory: Reading Culture” presents several theories that are useful when examining a monstrous figure from text, film, or history. One of these theories is particularly applicable to the character of Lord Voldemort.
The character of Ginny Weasley tends to leave readers wanting more. Could her character have been improved by one small plot change?