I admire Harry a lot for what he did and who he is. I like Harry because he doesn't like to listen or follow rules, but over time realizes that he doesn't know everything and needs help from other people. Harry was irresponsible and a troublemaker in his first few years but over time noticed that a lot of other people were willing to help him. He then starts to see that he cannot defeat Voldemort alone. Harry takes advice from others, and becomes very successful and wise. Harry always stayed a rule-breaker but toned it down a little bit. I also like Harry because, at the end of the last book, Harry admits himself to Voldemort, thinking that he will have to die to stop Voldemort. This is a very brave thing to do and I admire it. When Harry learns he has to die to kill Voldemort, he is grateful for everything that he has. Harry is also sad for all the people that have died to keep Harry alive. Harry thinks about all of the good times he and his friends have had at Hagrid's place, as he passes the hut. What Harry did was very brave, to walk right into Death's open arms. Another thing I admire about Harry is that Harry is a good friend and when he was competing in the Goblet of Fire, Harry had him and another competitor touch the cup at the same time. Harry and Cedric Diggory, another competitor that was also from Hogwarts, were helping each other during the final competition which was a maze. They reached the cup, or goblet, at the same time and they decided to touch it at the same time. The goblet determines the winner by whoever touches it first, so both Harry and Cedric were winners. Harry was very kind and friendly to not take the win for himself, but for Hogwarts. I admire Harry a lot for his qualities and what he has done for everyone around him.
I didn't use too many websites to figure out information, I used mostly the books for information because the details were written right there on the paper.
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