Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
With reference to the text, discuss ways in which Harry’s decisions have an Impact on the ways in which other characters develop. Make additional reference to other Harry Potter novels, if applicable
The character of Harry Potter has had an interesting effect on the students character development, none more so than that of his closest friends Ron and Hermione, but he has also effected Neville’s character development, but not as much as the aforementioned characters. Readers familiar with the main characters in the Harry Potter series will know that Ron is not the brightest character but has redeeming features such as his loyalty to Harry and his courageousness at times, whereas, Hermione is the bright and rational character, again, with a loyalty to Harry. Neville on the other hand is a mixture of Ron and Hermione, in the sense the he has the intelligence of Hermione and the courageousness of Ron, but is also clumsy and often easily intimidated, these features have been shown through this monumental book and movie series. But through all this, Harry has played a major part in how their character has developed over the first 3 books, ‘Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone’, ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ and finally ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban’ but also into the final parts of the series, in the first movie, we see how these characters are first portrayed and how harry has influenced their development
In the first novel of the Harry Potter series ‘Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone’ the major characters of the series are introduced as; Harry Potter, the apprehensive student, who has only just been introduced to the wizarding world, Ron Weasly, the grimy, dim witted wizard, Hermione Granger, the smart, overachiever and Neville Longbottom, the silently...