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Harry Potter: Articles


1. Radigan, Winifred M. "Connecting The Generations: Memory, Magic, And Harry Potter." Journal Of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 44.8 (2001): 694-95.ERIC. Web.


2. Prinzi, Travis. "Don't Occupy Gringotts: Harry Potter, Social Upheaval, And The Moral Imagination."Reason Papers 34.1 (2012): 15-24. Humanities International Complete. Web.


3. Adney, Karley Kristine. "From Books To Battle: Hermione's Quest For Knowledge In Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix." Topic: The Washington & Jefferson College Review 54.(2004): 103-112. Humanities International Complete. Web. 


4. Mogg, Jennifer A., and Kendra Tully. "Harry Gets By With A Little Help From His Friends: An Aristotelian Reading Of Virtue And Friendship In Harry Potter."Reason Papers 34.1 (2012): 77-88. Humanities International Complete. Web.


5. Klein, Shawn E. "Harry Potter And Humanity: Choices, Love, And Death." Reason Papers 34.1 (2012): 33-41. Humanities International Complete. Web.


6. Binnendyk, Lauren, and Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl. "Harry Potter And Moral Development In Pre-Adolescent Children." Journal Of Moral Education 31.2 (2002): 195-201. Academic Search Complete. Web.


7. Housel, Rebecca. "Harry Potter And Philosophy: If Aristotle Ran Hogwarts." Journal Of Popular Culture38.4 (2005): 775-776. Academic Search Complete. Web.


8. Griesinger, Emily. "Harry Potter And The "Deeper Magic": Narrating Hope In Children's Literature."Christianity & Literature 51.3 (2002): 455-480.Humanities International Complete. Web. 


9. Flaherty, Jennifer. "Harry Potter And The Freedom Of Information: Knowledge And Control In Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix." Topic: The Washington & Jefferson College Review 54.(2004): 93-102. Humanities International Complete. Web.


10. Johnston, Susan. "Harry Potter, Eucatastrophe, And Christian Hope." Logos: A Journal Of Catholic Thought And Culture 14.1 (2011): 66-90. MLA International Bibliography. Web.


11. Shade, Patrick. "Heroic Hermione: Celebrating The Love Of Learning." Reason Papers 34.1 (2012): 89-108. Humanities International Complete. Web.


12. Peppers-Bates, Susan, and Joshua Rust. "House-Elves, Hogwarts, And Friendship: Casting Away The Institutions Which Made Voldemort's Rise Possible."Reason Papers 34.1 (2012): 109-124. Humanities International Complete. Web.


13. Green, Amy M. "Interior/Exterior In The "Harry Potter" Series: Duality Expressed In Sirius Black And Remus Lupin." Papers On Language & Literature44.1 (2008): 87-108. Academic Search Complete. Web.


14. Hunter, Joel B. "Kierkegaard's Mirror (Of Erised)."Reason Papers 34.1 (2012): 43-53. Humanities International Complete. Web.


15. Soulliere, Danielle M. "Much Ado About Harry: Harry Potter And The Creation Of A Moral Panic."Journal Of Religion & Popular Culture 22.1 (2010): 1-37. Humanities International Complete. Web.


16. Nielson, Heidi. "Neither Can Live While The Other Survives": The Driving Force Of Revenge In Harry Potter." Reason Papers 34.1 (2012): 137-143.Humanities International Complete. Web.


17. Stolorow, Robert D. "Portkeys, Eternal Recurrence, And The Phenomenology Of Traumatic Temporality." International Journal Of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 6.3 (2011): 433-436.Academic Search Complete. Web.


18. Wandinger, Nikolaus. "'Sacrifice' In The Harry Potter Series From A Girardian Perspective."Contagion: Journal Of Violence, Mimesis, And Culture 17.(2010): 27-51. MLA International Bibliography. Web.


19. McFarlane, Anna. "Spells And Hate Speech: Linguistic Violence And Vulnerability In The Harry Potter Series." Reason Papers 34.1 (2012): 145-156.Humanities International Complete. Web. 


20. Thomas, James W. "The Life, Death, And Resurrection Of Harry Potter." Christianity And Literature 60.2 (2011): 365-368. ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials. Web.


21. Fletcher, LuAnn McCracken. "The Remembrance Of Things Past: Narrating Humanity In The Harry Potter Books." Topic: The Washington & Jefferson College Review 57.(2011): 69-89. Humanities International Complete. Web.


22. Ballard, S B. "Thoughts On Harry Potter : Wizardry, Good And Evil." Anglican Theological Review 82.1 (2000): 173-175. ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials. Web.