Reasons to Read Again Harry Potter Books – In case you were unaware, there are two types of Harry Potter readers. Those who have read Harry Potter once and those who return to his books again and again. But do you know what? There is really only one type of reader of the Harry Potter books: the one who rereads them. And within this category are also those who have only read the books once, but do not know what they are losing by rereading. Whatever age they are.
So we are going to try to contribute our grain of sand and we are going to review, based on old interviews with JK Rowling, small details of each of the books that, surely, will arouse the curiosity of those who have only read only once. the saga. And maybe we’ll drop some delicious miscellany that the most veteran fans of the books didn’t know about. We have come up with 30 curiosities,And we promise you that all of them make you want to pick up the books again (if only to leaf through a few excerpts).
harry potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
Rowling took five years to finish the first book and plot the plot of the remaining six. In the first book he discarded no less than 15 chapters, one of which had a Muggle who betrayed the Potters, one had a character called Pyrites, whose name means “golden fools” and they met Sirius in front of the house of the Potter. Pyrites was a servant of Voldemort. The very, very early projects had the Potters living on a remote island, and Hermione’s father watching an explosion in the sea. He sailed and found their bodies in the ruins of his home. The first book was very dark, and Rowling has even said that the entire saga was condensed in those 15 chapters.
Why re-read Harry Potter book 1?
Jo thinks that the scene where Voldemort appears on the back of Quirrell’s head is “one of the creepiest things” he has written in the entire saga.
The ‘Mirror of Erised’ chapter in Book 1 is one of Rowling’s favorite chapters in the entire series. “The Mirror of Erised is completely drawn from my own experience of losing a parent.”
Rowling says that “The key things happen in book two. Nobody knows how important those things are … yet. There are a lot of things there. And I know how difficult it was to get all of this without drawing too much attention to the clues.”
Why re-read Harry Potter book 2?
Books 2 and 4 are his favorites overall, which is strange, because “they were the hardest to write.” The Chamber of Secrets is especially proud of the final scene of the rescue.
The story of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince “was once, in the very distant past, a possibility for the ‘Chamber of Secrets.'” Certain crucial pieces of information in book six were originally planned for the ‘Chamber of Secrets, but very soon (in the first draft of the House) I realized that all this information deserved a separate book, and also this information had to appear later. The ‘Chamber’ contains some very important clues for the end of the series. “
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Remus Lupine is Rowling’s favorite character. If you ask him which Hogwarts professor he would have wanted for his daughter, it is clear to him: Lupine. But it is also that he assures that the scenes of Lupine in the Prisoner of Azkaban are among his favorite scenes, although this third book is not one of his favorites.
Why re-read Harry Potter book 3?
The choice of Lupine as a lycanthrope is not trivial. “It seems that all kinds of superstitions surround bloodborne diseases, probably due to the taboos surrounding the blood itself. The wizarding community is as prone to hysteria and prejudice as the Muggle, and the character of Lupine. It gave me the opportunity to examine those attitudes, “the author explained in several interviews.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is so long because Rowling realized that in the middle of the plot that had taken her so long to design was “a big hole.” He has never revealed what that failure was, but perhaps by reading the book you will see what parts he wants to reinforce, something you did not notice on your first reading. The book has become the heart of the series. If you remove it, so many things don’t make sense …
Why re-read Harry Potter book 4?
Rowling wrote Chapter 9 of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 13 times.
Harry is very well protected until the end of this book, which marks, according to Rowling, the end of an era for him.
Harry, Ron and Hermione each have to solve a problem. “Harry faces his fame, he really faces him for the first time because they have put him in this situation where, for the first time, he will have the weight of outside interest. So that’s scary. […] Ron has to Dealing with his jealousy, he has become friends with the most famous child of his year and that is not easy, it is not easy to be in that situation. And in Hermione political consciousness is awakened “.
The Goblet of Fire was originally going to be called “The Doomspell Tournament” or “The Triwizard Tournament”. Rowling chose ‘Goblet of Fire’ “because it is closer to the central theme of the entire series.”
“What is very important to me is when Dumbledore says that you have to choose between what is right and what is easy. This is the setup for the next three books. They will all have to choose, because what is easy often not okay, “Rowling says
Does something happen between Ron and Hermione during the last half of the book? JKR: “Yes, something is ‘happening’ … but Ron still doesn’t realize it … normal for a boy,” Rowling said in an interview at the time.
Natalie McDonald is the only real person mentioned in all seven novels. The real Natalie was a young woman suffering from leukemia whose mother wrote to Rowling’s editors in the UK. The letter was sent to JKR, who received it after returning from vacation. She did respond, but unfortunately they read her emails a day after Natalie passed away. Natalie’s mother and JK have become friends ever since.
Among his favorite bits of the saga is the final chapter.
At the end of the book, Lily should come out of Voldemort’s wand first, then James. JKR originally wrote this correctly, but her American editor told her she was on the wrong track, so she changed it.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
We discovered very, very significant information about Harry’s mother in two books in the series: Books 5 and 7. Do you know what Rowling thought of this book when she was writing it? “I’m writing children’s books so you need to be a ruthless killer.”
Why re-read Harry Potter book 5?
See if you can answer this question dear dear: why doesn’t Dumbledore try to kill Voldemort at the end of book five?
The book was a “turning point” for Neville.
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Sirius’s death was not arbitrary. When it comes to arguments, Harry needs to “go it alone and giving him too much support makes his job too easy.”
Rowling “always planned for [Harry] to want to be an Auror.”
Rowling brought back her sister’s “grumpy” adolescence in real life when she was writing scenes for Harry.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
In this book, finally, the answers begin. There are no more questions, there are no more clues. “When people have finished reading this book, they will really know what to expect in book seven and I think I will give very clear indications of what Harry will do next,” Rowling said back in the day.
Why re-read Harry Potter book 6?
In book six, the wizarding world is at war again and Harry has to master his feelings to be useful.
This book is where Harry spends the least time on Privet Drive.
We have used this argument before, but we recover it: what happens in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was about to be part of ‘Chamber of Secrets’. Hence, it is an important book in the saga. There is a link between the two books: a discovery of Harry in the Chamber heralds something that is discovered in the Prince.
There are new potions.
None of the pureblood families are actually “pure”; they just remove Muggles and Squibs from the family tree. The number of families that can claim to be pure is decreasing as they find it increasingly difficult to perpetuate themselves.
Writing a part of Book 6 made Rowling claim that a part of Book six made her rub her hands “with diabolical glee” more than once in sheer delight. What passage is she referring to? Come, reread.
Neville has a “major role in the last two novels and the fight against Voldemort.” You have to relive that. Long live Nevilla! (The things that we can come to identify with the generation of the 70).
Draco grows up in this book.
At least one of the remaining horcruxes is pretty easy to guess if you’re a careful reader, according to Rowling.
Ron’s hormones go haywire.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Ugh, in case someone has not read the books, because these types of articles can fall in the eyes of a neophyte, we do not want to make a big spoiler. Because the book surprises in the end. Really. How a book has to surprise.
Why re-read Harry Potter book 7?
Because if you’ve gotten this far, it’s because we’ve already convinced you. The best: the saga, really, ends here. The true fan knows that there will be no book 8 or need to. The journey is over.
Rowling only wants you to think of one thing when you read this book: “scar.” It’s what she was thinking about when she was writing it.