Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets J.K Rowling. 1998

J.K Rowling
  • Born on July 31, 1965
  • British novelist, screenwriter, and film producer
  • United Kingdom's best-selling living author
  • President of the anti-poverty charity, "One Parent Families"
  • Named the "Most Influential Women in Britain" in 2010
  • Formed the idea of Harry Potter while stuck on a delayed train from Manchester to London in 1990
  • Second novel in the Harry Potter series
  • Follows Harry's second year at Hogwarts
  • Setting: Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
  • Plot: A series of messages on the walls of the school's corridors warn that the "Chamber of Secrets" has been opened and that the "heir of Slytherin" would kill all students who did not come from all-magic families. Harry, Hermione, and Ron try to find the heir of Slytherin to stop the random attacks that have been occuring at Hogwarts
Harry Potter
  • Main character
  • Belongs to the Gryffindor House
  • In Conflict with: Voldemort and Malfoy
Hermione Granger
  • Best friends with Harry and Ron
  • Overachiever and a know-it-all
  • J.K Rowling made Hermonie's character based on herself
Ron Weasley
  • Based on Rowling's best friend Sean
  • Always there when Harry needs him
  • Seen as the "sidekick"
  • Lacks a lot of magical power
  1. Theme: Tolerance for people who are different
  2. Author's writing style: Very easy to follow and very descriptive
  3. Point Of View: 3rd person


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