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Lecture 21

ENGB35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Muggle, Rubeus Hagrid, Fictional World Of The Hunger Games

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ENGB35 – Lecture 21 – Continuation of Harry Potter and Intro to Hunger
Continuation of Harry Potter
What is Hermione’s role in the group? How is her relationship with the boys set
up, and how is their friendship cemented?
How is her bookishness presented?
o“Like every Hollywood damsel in distress, Hermione depends on the
resourcefulness of boys and repays them with her complicity. By lying
to cover up for them, she earns the boys’ reluctant appreciation”
o“Harry – you’re a great wizard, you know’ I’m not as good as you, said
Harry… “Me!” said Hermione. ‘Books! And cleverness! There are more
important things – friendship and bravery”
How is the Muggle used in the book?
Can be neutral or an insult
Hagrid uses it as an insult
“It’s you bad luck you grow up in a family o’ the biggest Muggles I ever laid
eyes on”
oMuggles – dirty
Muggles comes from the word “mug”
Hagrid and Malfoy:
“ Heard he’ s a sort of savage – lives in a hut in the school grounds and every
now and then he gets drunk, tries to do magic and ends up setting fire to his
Hagrid is a generally kind person, in contrast Malfoy – only cares about the
class status
Similar to Golden Compass, the child protagonists’ changes their positions,
for example Lyra becomes friends with the servant/gypsy children and Harry
does the same
The Houses:
Represents different class statuses
Intro to Hunger Games
Disobedience rebellion
Neglect or refusal to obey; violation of a command by omitting to conform to it
or of a prohibition by acting in defiance of it
Open or determine defiance of or resistance to any authority, controlling
power, or convention
An organized armed resistance to an established ruler or government; an
uprising, a revolt
Ic (ya)r = political and Romantic
Childhood and adulthood
The relationship between children and adults in Panem:
oThe parents seems removed and Katniss’ mother was barely
mentioned in the book
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