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Faex
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Oo! Yippee! I just watched all ten films this past week so I’m very fresh! 🙂

I agree that Harry Porter’s tale is a classic hero’s tale: Harry’s story has been compared to Luke Skywalker’s, but for their very different backgrounds/settings etc. But here I wonder about the utility of applying the myth this way because it’s the nature of basic story-telling for the protag to be a hero.

However! I also completely disagree with any notion that Harry is Je lead. Harry is not quite as Pe as Ron Weasly (or the older Weasley twins!), but he’s no Je. Hermoine? Check! But Harry? I can’t think of many Je moments. Harry’s heroism seems waaaaay more Ji than Je to me, particularly Fi, and I think it’s because of JK Rowling’s strong Fi.

  • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Faex.
  • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Faex.

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