Harry Potter

Abstract Harry Potter


Roni Natov’s Harry Potter and the Extraordinariness of the Ordinary (2001) is determined as the story of fiction that is based on the magical imaginations. This story was published in 1997 by J. K.

Rowling as the first book of Harry Porter. After that, a series in different parts were made on the basis of Harry Porter’s novel. The story of Harry Porter was adopted in different ways such as movies, comic books, novel etc.

In this way, under the novel of Harry Potter, the story of Harry Porter who was an 11-year-old boy and lost his parents in its childhood was defined in which Harry started its journey at the age of 11 at which children start serious study for preparing the adult life.

After that, Harry went Hogwarts for its magic study. In addition, the main concern of this story is to define that sin cannot win at any cost in each world such as real world or the magical world and it was described through the war between Harry and Voldemort.

Furthermore, J. K. Rowling also mentioned in its novel that Albus Dumbledore was the main person who helped Harry Porter at the end of his life as well as after his death in this story. With the help of this novel, it is also determined that in this battle between Harry and Voldemort,

Harry lost his everything besides its friends who always support him at every stage of life. The author argues that this story is more relevant with the magical world that is more preferable by children that is why Harry Porter is one of the best series in present time.

In addition, it is also argued by the author that this is an interesting story for the readers as while studying this story, they feel that they in other world. In support of this, it is also mentioned that Harry Porter based on imaginary world but its story motivates the people to fight against evils.

Key Words: Harry Potter, Voldemort, Albus Dumbledore, Hogwarts, Wizards, wound, muggles.


Natov, R. (2001). Harry Potter and the Extraordinariness of the Ordinary. The lion and the unicorn25(2), 310-327.


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