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Harry Potter Analysis: From Somewhere

The meaning of the deaths in Harry Potter:

James and Lily: To establish the storyline  as well as to show orphans of war.

Cedric Diggory: To show Voldemort’s mercilessness. 

Sirius Black: To show Harry’s lack of guidance/parental figures. 

Albus Dumbledore: To show the death of a great leader can’t stop a war.

Hedwig: To show the end of Harry’s childhood. 

Mad-eye: To show the death of a soldier.

Dobby: To show that even the smallest of creatures can die a hero’s death.

Fred Weasley: To show that there are some deaths you just can’t get over. And that’s okay. 

Tonks and Remus Lupin: To reestablish orphans of war. 

Colin Creevey: To show that the good die young, even when they aren’t supposed to.

Severus Snape: To show that you can always change your ways. Always. 
I knew I had to sure this. 

Until tonight dudes and dudettes! 🙂

Id. Alter-ego. Ego.

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