Shira Wolosky shows here that the Harry Potter books take part in a rich literary tradition, including allegorical double meanings, mirror images among characters, psychological explorations of family dynamics, political and social critique, and complex moral questions.
This book draws readers into deeper meanings of Harry Potter, arguing that the books launch and pursue interpretive quests in an ongoing effort for deeper understanding.
- Author:Shira Wolosky
- Feature:Used Book in Good Condition
- Number Of Pages:238
- Publication Date:2012-08-07
- Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan