A fantasy novel.
By J. K. Rowling.
Published on 21st
July, 2007, by
Bloomsbury Publishing.
Total 607 pages.
Released ...
Born on 31st
July, 1965, in
South Gloucestershire,
England.
Real name Joanne Rowling.
Borrowed her paternal
grandmother...
Major themes –
Death.
Corruption in Society.
Christian Allegories.
Second Chances.
Love, Friendship and
Faith.
Main theme.
Many deaths – Mad-Eye
Moody, Fred Wesley,
Lupin, Tonks, Severus
Snape, Dobby,
Voldemort.
Symbolic death of ...
Evil takes control of
the Ministry.
Attacks the school
and the family.
Hunger of power.
Proving purity by
blood.
Rumo...
Resurrection of Harry
Potter.
Resurrection stone.
Biblical references in the
tombstones.
Wanted to save Voldemort.
Cr...
Dumbledore’s
strong belief in
second chances.
Examples-
Dumbledore,
Snape, Ron.
Focused on
Severus
Snape.
Snape’s love for Lily
Potter.
Strong bonding –
Harry, Ron and
Hermione.
Harry’s faith in the
dead; especially
Dumbledor...
Similar to author’s personal life.
A realistic vision.
Read as a text.
Thank You
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Harry Potter & Deathly Hallows

  1. 1. A fantasy novel. By J. K. Rowling. Published on 21st July, 2007, by Bloomsbury Publishing. Total 607 pages. Released globally in 93 countries. Translated into over 120 languages.
  2. 2. Born on 31st July, 1965, in South Gloucestershire, England. Real name Joanne Rowling. Borrowed her paternal grandmother’s name ‘Kathleen’.
  3. 3. Major themes – Death. Corruption in Society. Christian Allegories. Second Chances. Love, Friendship and Faith.
  4. 4. Main theme. Many deaths – Mad-Eye Moody, Fred Wesley, Lupin, Tonks, Severus Snape, Dobby, Voldemort. Symbolic death of Harry Potter. Death of the Horcruxes. None can avoid death.
  5. 5. Evil takes control of the Ministry. Attacks the school and the family. Hunger of power. Proving purity by blood. Rumors and gossips.
  6. 6. Resurrection of Harry Potter. Resurrection stone. Biblical references in the tombstones. Wanted to save Voldemort. Critics thought it the practice of witchcraft. Tale of the three brothers.
  7. 7. Dumbledore’s strong belief in second chances. Examples- Dumbledore, Snape, Ron.
  8. 8. Focused on Severus Snape.
  9. 9. Snape’s love for Lily Potter. Strong bonding – Harry, Ron and Hermione. Harry’s faith in the dead; especially Dumbledore.
  10. 10. Similar to author’s personal life. A realistic vision. Read as a text.
  11. 11. Thank You

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