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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a fantasy novel written by British author J. K. Rowling A film adaptation of the novel was released in two parts: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 in November , and Part 2 in July Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 is a fantasy film directed by David Yates and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is the second of two cinematic parts based on J. K. Rowling's novel of. While I didn't expect to be first in line for the final Harry Potter movie, at 11 Comparing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2, the Book.

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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 Book

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the seventh and last book in the Harry You may be looking for Part 1 or Part 2 of the film, Part 1 or Part 2 of the video. A printable version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is available. Unlike them, this book is written more as the second half to a two-part novel, and is. and the Sorcerer's Stone, and even longer since the publication of the first Potter novel, the forces responsible for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2.

Author: Ruth Suehle Ruth Suehle Seeing the final Potter has to be a different movie experience simply because of what it is. When you walk into any other movie, you have about two hours to become acquainted enough with the characters to care about their conclusion—and sometimes it doesn't work out. But with Potter, we met these kids a decade ago when they really were kids. Now they're all grown up, with the actors moving on to nude scenes on Broadway, modeling for Burberry, and launching design careers. We've had a long time to care about the ends they meet. We're invested in how things turn out. Of course, most of last night's theater-goers likely knew what to expect, having read the finale — perhaps more than once — before seeing it on screen. We also all know going in that things might be different, as happens when pages make it to film. For those who haven't read the books, the pace is much quicker than Part One's navel-gazing woods-wandering was, with swiftly waving wands, spells flying about, and the hunt for the last horcruxes rushing by. Now is the part where things will start getting spoilery, so if you'd like to see the film unsullied, you should stop here. I've waited years to see how the Room of Requirement would look on fire, and it didn't disappoint. However, the expected deaths are handled unevenly, and favorite characters are killed unceremoniously.

Kreacher is the only living being left that is connected to Sirius Black, the only living "family" Harry ever had the chance to know -- I'd say that's pretty heavy stuff right there.

He confesses to Harry that he was once quite selfish, but became a different person after his sister Ariana's death. Does this happen in the movie? Oh, and Harry never pops up out of a crowd while Snape calls all the students to confess if they know about Potter's whereabouts. They're all supposed to be being escorted out of the castle.

Snape doesn't run into Harry while he's in the castle, ever. Nagini Killing Spree During the movie, it takes what seems almost like an eternity for Nagini to die. What's worse is that Harry, Ron, and Hermione are chasing her around the castle with basilisk fangs.

In the book, Neville kills Nagini, plain and simple. Neville is the unsung hero and he's the only one who ever attempts to kill Nagini because Harry tells him to.

Smashing the Elder Wand to Pieces As we get closer to the top of this list, I can feel my blood starting to boil. Did that really just happen in the movie? Instead, Draco Malfoy inadvertently earned the Wand's loyalty when he disarmed Dumbledore just before Snape arrived to kill him.

Therefore, Harry believes that their duel will depend on whether or not the Wand recognises Harry to be its new master after he disarmed Draco at Malfoy Manor weeks prior. Voldemort attempts one final Killing Curse on Harry, but the Elder Wand refuses to act against Harry and the spell rebounds, striking Voldemort and destroying him once and for all. Harry uses the Elder Wand to repair his original wand, planning to return the Elder Wand to Dumbledore's tomb where its power may vanish if Harry dies undefeated and it can drop out of history.

Harry does not intend to search for the Resurrection Stone he dropped in the Forbidden Forest, but will keep the Invisibility Cloak he inherited. The wizarding world returns to peace once more. In an epilogue set in King's Cross station 19 years later, the primary characters are seeing their own children off to Hogwarts. Harry and Ginny are a couple with three children: Ron and Hermione also have two children, Rose and Hugo.

Albus is departing for his first year at Hogwarts and is worried he will be placed into Slytherin House. Harry reassures him by telling his son he is named after two Hogwarts headmasters, one of them Snape a Slytherin and "the bravest man he had ever met", but the Sorting Hat could also take account of personal preferences, as it did for Harry. The book ends with the words: All was well.

The title of the book refers to three mythical objects featured in the story, collectively known as the " Deathly Hallows "—an unbeatable wand, a stone to bring the dead to life, and a cloak of invisibility. Shortly before releasing the title, J. Rowling announced that she had considered three titles for the book. Rowling completed the book while staying at the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh in January , and left a signed statement on a marble bust of Hermes in her room which read: She ended her message by saying " Deathly Hallows is my favourite, and that is the most wonderful way to finish the series".

When asked before publication about the forthcoming book, Rowling stated that she could not change the ending even if she wanted. So, I really can't". Rowling changed this because she did not want people to think Voldemort would rise again and to say that Harry's mission was over.

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In a interview, J. Rowling said that the main theme of the series is Harry dealing with death, [23] which was influenced by her mother's death in , from multiple sclerosis.

Academics and journalists have developed many other interpretations of themes in the books, some more complex than others, and some including political subtexts. Themes such as normality , oppression, survival, and overcoming imposing odds have all been considered as prevalent throughout the series.

Some political commentators have seen J. Rowling's portrayal of the bureaucratised Ministry of Magic and the oppressive measures taken by the Ministry in the later books like making attendance at Hogwarts School compulsory and the "registration of Mudbloods " with the Ministry as an allegory of criticising the state.

The Harry Potter series has been criticised for supposedly supporting witchcraft and the occult. Before publication of Deathly Hallows , Rowling refused to speak out about her religion, stating, "If I talk too freely, every reader, whether 10 or 60, will be able to guess what's coming in the books".

The location where this occurs is King's Cross. Rowling also stated that "my belief and my struggling with religious belief I think is quite apparent in this book", which is shown as Harry struggles with his faith in Dumbledore. Of this, Rowling said "I really enjoyed choosing those two quotations because one is pagan, of course, and one is from a Christian tradition.

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I'd known it was going to be those two passages since Chamber was published. I always knew [that] if I could use them at the beginning of book seven then I'd cued up the ending perfectly. If they were relevant, then I went where I needed to go. They just say it all to me, they really do". When Harry visits his parents' grave, the biblical reference "The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death" 1 Corinthians Harry Potter pundit John Granger additionally noted that one of the reasons the Harry Potter books were so popular is their use of literary alchemy similar to Romeo and Juliet , C.

Since the medieval period, alchemical allegory has mirrored the passion, death and resurrection of Christ. The launch was celebrated by an all-night book signing and reading at the Natural History Museum in London, which Rowling attended along with 1, guests chosen by ballot.

Scholastic , the American publisher of the Harry Potter series, launched a multimillion-dollar "There will soon be 7" marketing campaign with a "Knight Bus" travelling to 40 libraries across the United States, online fan discussions and competitions, collectible bookmarks, tattoos, and the staged release of seven Deathly Hallows questions most debated by fans.

Rowling arranged with her publishers for a poster bearing the face of the missing British child Madeleine McCann to be made available to book sellers when Deathly Hallows was launched on 21 July , and said that she hoped that the posters would be displayed prominently in shops all over the world. After it was told that the novel would be released on 21 July , Warner Bros.

In the week before its release, a number of texts purporting to be genuine leaks appeared in various forms. On 16 July, a set of photographs representing all pages of the US edition was leaked and was fully transcribed prior to the official release date. Scholastic announced that approximately one-ten-thousandth 0. One reader in Maryland received a copy of the book in the mail from DeepDiscount.

Scholastic initially reported that they were satisfied it had been a "human error" and would not discuss possible penalties; [55] however, the following day Scholastic announced that it would be launching legal action against DeepDiscount. Other retail chains then also offered the book at discounted prices. At these prices the book became a loss leader. This caused uproar from traditional UK booksellers who argued they had no hope of competing in those conditions.

Independent shops protested loudest, but even Waterstone's , the UK's largest dedicated chain bookstore, could not compete with the supermarket price. Some small bookstores hit back by downloading their stock from the supermarkets rather than their wholesalers. Asda attempted to counter this by imposing a limit of two copies per customer to prevent bulk downloads.

We think it's a crying shame that the supermarkets have decided to treat it as a loss-leader, like a can of baked beans. At this point, you are lowering the value of reading. In Malaysia , a similar price war caused controversy regarding sales of the book. The retail price of the book in Malaysia is MYR The move by the bookstores was seen as an attempt to pressure the distributor Penguin Books to remove the books from the hypermarkets.

However, as of 24 July , the price war has ended, with the four bookstores involved resuming selling the books in their stores with discount. Penguin Books has also confirmed that Tesco and Carrefour are selling the book at a loss, urging them to practice good business sense and fair trade. The book's early Saturday morning release in Israel was criticised for violating Shabbat. Let them do it on another day. The Baltimore Sun 's critic, Mary Carole McCauley, noted that the book was more serious than the previous novels in the series and had more straightforward prose.

Fordham concluded, "We have been a long way together, and neither Rowling nor Harry let us down in the end". They also praised the second half of the novel, but criticised the epilogue, calling it "provocatively sketchy".

Craig went on to say that the novel was "beautifully judged, and a triumphant return to form", and that Rowling's imagination changed the perception of an entire generation, which "is more than all but a handful of living authors, in any genre, have achieved in the past half-century".

In contrast, Jenny Sawyer of The Christian Science Monitor said that, "There is much to love about the Harry Potter series, from its brilliantly realised magical world to its multilayered narrative", however, "A story is about someone who changes. And, puberty aside, Harry doesn't change much. As envisioned by Rowling, he walks the path of good so unwaveringly that his final victory over Voldemort feels, not just inevitable, but hollow".

While she points out "as her critics say, Rowling is no Dickens", she says that Rowling "has willed into a fictional being, in every book, legions of new characters, places, spells, rules and scores of unimagined twists and subplots".

Stephen King criticised the reactions of some reviewers to the books, including McCauley, for jumping too quickly to surface conclusions of the work. Rather than finding the writing style disappointing, he felt it had matured and improved. He acknowledged that the subject matter of the books had become more adult, and that Rowling had clearly been writing with the adult audience firmly in mind since the middle of the series.

He compared the works in this respect to Huckleberry Finn and Alice in Wonderland which achieved success and have become established classics, in part by appealing to the adult audience as well as children. Sales for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows were record setting. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has won several awards. Due to its worldwide fame, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has been translated into many languages. Part 1 was released on 19 November , and Part 2 on 15 July Two action-adventure video games were produced by Electronic Arts to coincide with the release of the film adaptations, as with each of the previous Harry Potter films.

Part 1 was released on 16 November , and Part 2 on 12 July Both games received a mixed to negative reaction from critics. The book includes five short stories, including "The Tale of the Three Brothers" which is the story of the Deathly Hallows. Each was illustrated and handwritten by Rowling and is pages. It was bound in brown Moroccan leather and embellished with five hand-chased hallmarked sterling silver ornaments and mounted moonstones.

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