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Reading Harry Potter : critical essays /

edited by Giselle Liza Anatol.

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Names: Anatol, Giselle Liza,
Published: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2003.
Series: Contributions to the study of popular culture, no. 78
Topics: Children - Books and reading - English-speaking countries. | Children's stories, English - History and criticism. | Fantasy fiction, English - History and criticism. | Potter, Harry (Fictitious character) | Wizards in literature. | Magic in literature. | Rowling, J. K. - Criticism and interpretation. | Rowling, J. K. - Characters - Harry Potter.
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Archetypes and the unconscious in Harry Potter and Diana Wynne Jones's Fire and Hemlock and Dogsbody / Alice Mills -- Harry Potter and the magical looking glass : reading the secret life of the preadolescent / Lisa Damour -- Harry Potter and the acquisition of knowledge / Lisa Hopkins -- Safe as houses : sorting and school houses at Hogwarts / Chantel Lavoie -- Harry and hierarchy : book banning as a reaction to the subversion of authority / Rebecca Stephens.
Harry Potter's schooldays : J.K. Rowling and the British boarding school novel / Karen Manners Smith -- Accepting mudbloods : the ambivalent social vision of J.K. Rowling's fairy tales / Elaine Ostry -- Hermione and the house-elves : the literary and historical contexts of J.K. Rowling's antislavery campaign / Brycchan Carey -- Flying cars, floo powder, and flaming torches : the hi-tech, low-tech world of of wizardry / Margaret J. Oakes -- Cruel heroes and treacherous texts : educating the reader in moral complexity and critical reading in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books / Veronica L. Schanoes -- Harry Potter and the rule of law : the central weakness of legal concepts in the wizard world / Susan Hall -- Fallen empire : exploring ethnic otherness in the world of Harry Potter / Giselle Liza Anatol -- Class and socioeconomic identity in Harry Potter's England / Julia Park -- Cinderfella : J.K. Rowling's wily web of gender / Ximena Gallardo-C. and C. Jason Smith.
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