Continued from Women In Harry Potter (Part III) The next woman on my list is Narcissa Malfoy. Younger sister of Bellatrix Lestrange, wife of Lucius Malfoy and mother of Draco Malfoy. She is cunning, calculative, manipulative and one hell of a classy woman. She is often described as haughty and disdainful of others. Her opinions … Continue reading Women In Harry Potter (Part IV)
Note: This article is part of the series ‘Is Harry Potter A Series For Kids?’ Continued from Women In Harry Potter (Part II) The duel between Bellatrix Lestrange and Molly Weasley is one of the most iconic moments in the Battle of Hogwarts. One of the most defining moments in the battle, it is the … Continue reading Women In Harry Potter (Part III)
Note: This article is part of the series ‘Is Harry Potter A Series For Kids?’ Continued from Women In Harry Potter (Part I) That brings us to the most whimsical character in the whole series. Luna Lovegood. A lot of adjectives like dreamy, vague, serene, happy can be used to describe her. She is different … Continue reading Women In Harry Potter (Part II)
The morning of February Fourteenth dawned clear and bright. For many it was a very special day but for me, it was just another day. I was supposed to wake up early in the morning because I had to study as my exams are approaching. I hate waking up early. The only time I am … Continue reading Relationship goals
“Professor Quirrell, in his absurd turban, was talking to a teacher with greasy black hair, a hooked nose and sallow skin” And this how we are introduced to the character of Severus Snape whom we all loved to hate. Over the course of around 4,224 pages* we developed a relationship with each character. My personal … Continue reading Remembering Severus Snape
"After all this time?" "Always," said Snape RIP Alan Rickman. Sir, your portrayal of Severus Snape was truly inspiring.