Harry potter and the sorcerers stone book essay
LET'S SUMMARIZE - HARRY POTTER & THE SORCERER'S STONE (Harry Potter Book 1)
Essays on Harry Potter and The Sorcerer'S Stone
My favourite series and possible favourite book of all time are the Harry Potter series by J. Before I write this review can I just say that I'm not a fantasy reader. The first book is Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The story starts with Number 4 Privet Drive about a boy called Harry Potter who lives in the cupboard under the stairs of a house owned by Mr and Mrs Dursley with their overly spoiled son called Dudley. In the fist quarter of the book it shows how Harry begins to receive letters which are addressed to him, in his cupboard and at the top of the letter a crest show the letters S,G,R AND H embellished with a snake, a griffin, an eagle and a badger.
RSS Feeds. Harry Potter is an orphan boy who has lived with his aunt, uncle and cousin, the Dursleys, since he was a baby. He was left on their doorstep after the death of his parents, and the Dursleys have begrudgingly taken care of him ever since, but have not been very kind. Harry has longed in his heart for more, but never in his wildest dreams did her imagine what was about to happen. On his 11th birthday, Harry receives a letter informing him of his acceptance at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The Dursleys had lied to Harry all his life, so he had no idea that his parents were wizards and so is he. Once ensconced within the ancient walls of the Hogwarts castle, Harry feels more at home than he ever has before.
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