Who Is Harry Potter A Hero

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Heroism can mean different things to different people, and literature is full of characters that could be considered heroic. In Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling the perfect person who exhibits heroism is Harry Potter. He destroys the Horcruxes with the help of his friends, he turns himself over in order to defeat Voldemort, then comes back and kills him.

In order to kill Voldemort Harry must destroy all the Horcruxes with some help from his friends. A Horcrux is an object that contains a piece of someone's soul that can keep them immortal. He created seven of them including a diary, ring, locket, cup, diadem, Harry Potter himself, and Nagini the snake. It is possible to destroy Horcruxes using basilisk venom and fiendfyre

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