Harry Potter and Philosophy Essay Three: Friendship in Harry Potter

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Harry Potter and Philosophy Essay Three: Friendship in Harry Potter

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1biblioholic29
marraskuu 4, 2009, 8:38 am

"...jealousy arises from the mistaken view that the accomplishments of your friend somehow detract rather than add to your own good." I've never thought of jealousy in that light, but I like it!

Honestly, this chapter seemed a bit obvious to me. I couldn't find anything to question or disagree with and of course examples from HBP and DH would be similar to examples from the other books.

2pollysmith
marraskuu 4, 2009, 7:31 pm

I didn't get to read it today! But I can agree with the above. Shamefacedly I admit that I hung out with a couple of ugly girls in jr high because I thought they'd make me look good. I really didn't like them. (blush)

3VetaTorres
marraskuu 5, 2009, 12:53 am

yeah this essay was a bit obvious i agree. and i have a feeling that i was the one used like that in jr. high... ah well i have good friends now..

4kirbyowns
marraskuu 5, 2009, 9:19 pm

Looking back I know it happened when I was in school, and I can see it in my friends kids today. I don't really think they purposefully seek out others that will make them look better, but I think it just happens. Then again, I wasn't very social with those who didn't have the same interests as mine.

5PaperbackPirate
heinäkuu 23, 2010, 9:50 pm

I wish that Luna's relationship had been explored in this essay. It's a little more complex than the others in the earlier books - especially because she seems to like Harry and his friends, and they seem standoffish of her.