From Rugby To Hogwarts.
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Indeed, although centring upon the adventures of a child protagonist, J.K. Rowling's novels have managed to equally capture the hearts of adults, enthralling them no less than the younger readers the books are first and foremost intended for.
In the face of these intriguing facts, one might raise questions as to the reasons for this resounding and unparalleled success...
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What exactly is it that renders these books so irresistible to readers of all ages? Is it the charming, virtuous hero? The sparkling humour? The fusion of the strangeness and ordinariness of reality within one presentation? The social and moral values underlying the narration? Or rather the combination of all these facets?
It is to these aspects, above all, that I dedicate my research paper...
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