Continued from Of bullies and tyrants (Part I) James Potter, though he was great and a brave man, often bullied Severus Snape mercilessly. I am not saying that Snape was a perfect person in any sense. Initially he was as nasty as any of the other Death Eaters. It was only later that he mended his … Continue reading Of bullies and tyrants (Part II)
Note: This article is part of the series 'Is Harry Potter A Series For Kids?' Bullying is something which many of us have faced in our lives. Bullies, they exist everywhere. In so-called high societies and also in lowest of low classes. Especially in today's age of internet, a bully could be anyone... That cute … Continue reading Of bullies and tyrants (Part I)
“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.