– In Chapter 33 of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, a newly resurrected Voldemort summons his Death Eaters and begins monologuing in typical villain fashion. – Today’s prompt is “Voldemort refers to...
Both Voldemort and the Beast of the Unknown are driven by their primary goal of keeping their souls safe.
Dumbledore made both good and bad choices, so what type of character does that make him? We’re exploring the headmaster’s office to learn more.
Although there are a bunch of heroes in the “Harry Potter” universe, there are also a lot of villains too. Whom do you think is the cruelest?
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” presented a possible evil Cedric, but how could such a drastic change happen?
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.
Those of us with a passion for “Potter” can certainly agree that Lord Voldemort is as sinister as they come. Here are 7 reasons we love to hate him.