Fictional universe of Harry Potter The central character in the series is Harry Pottera boy who lives in Surrey with his aunt, uncle, and cousin — the Dursleys — and discovers, at the age of eleven, that he is a wizardthough he lives in the ordinary world of non-magical people known as Muggles. His magical ability is inborn, and children with such abilities are invited to attend exclusive magic schools that teach the necessary skills to succeed in the wizarding world. As Harry develops through his adolescence, he learns to overcome the problems that face him: The environment Rowling created is intimately connected to reality.
Free from the daily tasks of rearing helpless children, free to see and comprehend without vanity, loving life because we know we may have to leave it soon, we would embark on our journey to the stars not for ego or planting flags but only for information to transmit back to our grandchildren for their future explorations.
We know by then that we are part of the flow of life. They are very interesting and very good. They have very good beginnings, middles and ends.
It's a novel that deserves to be ranked with Robert Graves's I, Claudius.
It's an unusual theme in a genre that sometimes seems to be only about military or magical power: What if there were a writer who exhibited all the inventiveness of genre fantasy but played out the action with a cast of nuanced, gritty, convincing characters in a prose style that was as lean, distilled and rhythmical as poetry?
What if there were a writer who could invite all those readers who duck at the mention of dragons into a fantasy world that was as compelling and familiar as any in realistic fiction?
That writer is Ursula K.
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