Recently, I’ve written several articles about Harry Potter, trying to explain to some readers who don’t already know what to expect and who they should expect to see in the upcoming, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. In writing and research the subject, I came upon several other Associated Content Producers whose articles were inspirations. These producers were die hard fans of the books and the movies.
Just to add to the conservation and maybe help clarify a few unknown things about Harry Potter, I think people need to see these articles. I wouldn’t want to see them walk into Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix without any idea what they’re getting into. That’s how I felt when I walked into and walked out of the first Lord of The Rings film; completely lost. Listed below are articles on the subject of Harry Potter. They prove that I really know my stuff when I wrote about the series.
The Harry Potter Phenomenon by Karen Schweitzer
This article is an interesting look at the success of the Harry Potter series. Author Karen Schweitzer talks about the cultural impact the series has had on the world in one sentence. Most of the time, she is describing the story in detail, adding her own feelings on the series, and discussing certain themes J. K. Rowling tries to express in the stories. This may not be the most perfect article, but it’s definitely worth taking a look at.
Other works by Karen Schweitzer
Career Profile – Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor
A Career Profile of the Marketing Profession
Updating Your Bedroom with Budget Decor
Business Writing: A Punctuation Guide
The Summer of Harry Potter by Andrea Bullock
Almost just like my own articles, I found author Andrea Bullock’s article had a lot to offer about the series, and information about what’s to come. She names each book, and each movie. There are a few opinions she throws into the article, keeping the read from becoming stale. If you’re a die hard fan of the movies, I urge you to check out this well-written little article about the success of Harry Potter.
Other works by Andrea Bullock
Great Ways to Keep Your Cool in the Summer Heat
YouTube’s Role in the 2008 Presidential Race
Product Review: Diet Coke Plus
Drive-In Movies: A Lost Tradition Being Reborn
Harry Potter by K. Kemper
This article looks and reads almost like a vicious attack on J. K. Rowling and her work, but the author K. Kemper clearly states that he is a big fan. It’s well-written. It’s insightful. It’s not all together essential in your understanding of Harry Potter. The author just keeps talking about Hogwarts, not the title character, Harry Potter or his adventures, so much as the wizard school he goes to. If anything, this article is a lesson in stating opinions while giving the readers some understanding of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Mr. Kemper, not everyone who reads your article will be a fan of Harry Potter.
Other works by K. Kemper
Sprint Cell Service is Worse Than Horrible
Pledging of Allegiance; Fact or Fiction?
The IRS and Passive Resistance; Think Gandhi
The Most Dangerous Economic Article in the World
Other articles I highly recommend
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by Eric Sandstrom
Harry Potter Muggle Thoughts: Is Snape Good or Evil? by Griff
What Muggles Think the ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ Book Covers Reveal by Griff
Analyzing Harry Potter by J Landon
Harry Potter Film: Goblet of Fire by The Outlaw
The History of Hogarts in Harry Potter by J. Landon
Harry Potter Must Die: J.K. Rowling’s Big Decision by Jetlag Democracy