Inside the world of Harry Potter

by Christopher E. Bell | 30 November 2018
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Categories: History and criticism
Scholars all over the world recognize the importance of Harry Potter as a vehicle for discussions about society, from race relations and gender studies to economic, political, religious, and educational implications for and applications of the texts. This new, interdisciplinary collection of essays from one of the world's leading Harry Potter scholars brings to the forefront a deep critique of modern Western society, using Harry Potter 's world as a mirror to our own. Covering issues surrounding parenting and family relations, social class, life and death, the risks of time travel, and the link between identity and morality, this collection provides a multitude of jumping-off points for scholars and non-scholars alike to spark discussion and kindle thoughts about both Harry's world and our own.
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Scholars all over the world recognize the importance of Harry Potter as a vehicle for discussions about society, from race relations and gender studies to economic, political, religious, and educational implications for and applications of the texts. This new, interdisciplinary collection of essays from one of the world's leading Harry Potter scholars brings to the forefront a deep critique of modern Western society, using Harry Potter 's world as a mirror to our own. Covering issues surrounding parenting and family relations, social class, life and death, the risks of time travel, and the link between identity and morality, this collection provides a multitude of jumping-off points for scholars and non-scholars alike to spark discussion and kindle thoughts about both Harry's world and our own.
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In stock online
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176 Reward Points

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€58.73
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Delivery in 2-3 working days
Eligible for free delivery
Quantity:
176 Reward Points

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Categories: History and criticism

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