Harry Potter and the Order of Pheonix
This is the fifth book about the little wizard Harry Potter and the series is becoming more and more popular. But why is it so, why does the world loves this little magical boy? In my report I will try to find the answer to those questions. Mostly the book is written to amuse and entertain readers, but it also includes some interesting ideas. Once again the famous writer describes how it is to be different, misunderstood. A report on this book includes three major aspects: theme, style and value.
One aspect of the book is its theme. It is hard to find some underlying idea or meaning in a book where the action plays the main role. This is a story about a group of people who are different from the rest of the society. In this case- they are the students of a wizard school. The main idea is that we have to live with our differences and we should even be proud that there is something that differs us from the others. …
- Harry Potter and the Order of Pheonix
- J.K.Rowling "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows"
- The theme of war in Ernest Hemingway’s novel “Farewell to arms”
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