Throughout the book, J.K. Rowling was making a point about bravery. She portrays bravery as facing your fears and proving that you are more that people say you are. Bravery is not the only thing Harry represents; he also represents unselfishness and leadership. Unselfishness and leadership are both represented by his actions and what he says. Even though he represents many strong traits, they all still add up to make Harry Potter a humble person in the books.
From the very first book we start to see how Harry has to be brave. Both of his parents were killed and now he has to live with his aunt and uncle, who make his life difficult. Living in how he did he had to learn how to be brave, and not be afraid of his relatives. He also had to live with that fact that he was almost alone in life without his parents. "The only thing we have to do now is find horocruxes..." (Pg. 106). It is in this quote that Harry best portrays bravery, he knows what he has to do to save his world and the dangers in it, yet he still does it. Bravery is a strong trait but that's just one thing that makes Harry a very humble character in the books.
As the books proceed, we start to see that Harry is unselfish. He would never let anyone else get hurt for him or do anything for him. "' If you think I'm going let six people risk their Navarrete 2
lives-!'" (Pg. 48). This quote shows very much what I mean by unselfishness. He won't let his friends dress like him to cause a diversion so that the Death Eaters will get confused. Yet, Harry Potter will not let them because he knows how their lives are being risked for him. Harry Potter is a very unselfish person which makes him be such a humble character.
Leadership is something Harry Potter was learning throughout the books. it is one important trait that would get him to be the greatest wizard yet. In chapter thirty-one on page 608, Harry has to lead everyone out of Hogwarts and evacuate everyone out where the fight would...