6 edition of Harry Potter; Feminist Friend or Foe? found in the catalog.
August 9, 2007
by Sense Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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Anyone who knows me in real life (or knows how J. Rowling raised me) knows that I’m a pretty big Harry Potter fan. This mostly started when I was younger, because I loved Hermione and identified with her desire to do well and stand up for herself as independent young woman.
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Literary Criticism I Feminist Criticism theory in the novel “Harry Potter” by J. K. Rowling Introduction According to Peter Barry’s book, Feminism was born because of women are disadvantaged by comparison with men and the unequal treatment towards women by men.