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{Read E-pub} Î Harry James Potter-Evans-Verres and the Philosopher's Stone õ James Potter Wiki Harry Potter Fandom James Potter surnomm Cornedrue Angl Prongs tait le pre de Harry Potter, ainsi que le mari de Lily Evans Adolescent, il est le plus populaire de l cole avec Sirius Black dans leurs annes Poudlard et est aussi trs bon en Quidditch Il fut tu par Voldemort leoctobreHarry Potter personnage WikipdiaHarry James Potter L Encyclopdie Harry Potter EHP Nom complet Harry James Potter Nom original idem Deuxime prnom James, le prnom de son pre Sch, OP Signification de son nom JKR dit sur son site qu un certain Harry Potter tait un horloger londonien du XIXe sicle citation de Sch Harry a toujours t mon prnom de garon prfr Si ma fille avait tJames Potter L Encyclopdie Harry Potter EHPJames Potter Vikidia, l encyclopdie des ans James Potter est un personnage fictif de la saga Harry Potter de JK Rowling C est un sang pur qui est le pre de Harry et le mari de Lily Il est n lemarset a t tu par le mage noir Voldemort, tout comme sa femme, leoctobreIl a vcu les derniers mois Saga Harry Potter James Potter, le modle d un preAssassin par Voldemort alors que le futur apprenti sorcier n tait qu un bb, James Potter n est pas absent de la saga pour autant Avec talent, JK Rowling a intgr cette figure paternelle trop tt disparue aux aventures de son jeune hros Ancien lve de Poudlard Harry Potter Harry Potter Wiki FandomHarry Potter character WikipediaHarry James Potter MAGIC NEVER DIES Harry Potter avec Daniel Radcliffe Nom complet Harry James Potter geansjuilletAscendance Sang Ml Nationalit Origine Ordre du Phnix organisation fictive Wikipdia Le premier rgne de terreur de Voldemort prend fin la suite du meurtre de James et Lily Potter, et sa vaine tentative de tuer Harry Potter Le sort rebondit sur Voldemort et diminue considrablement ses pouvoirs, ce qui conduit l Ordre diminuer, voire interrompre momentanment ses activits I just loved these books Just loved em Yes part of that is all the rationality stuff but I think they would be pretty accessible and enjoyable even if you hadn t done any pre reading so to speak I d say they are just BETTER than the original, although part of what makes them so good is the way they bounce off the original Harry Potter They are just smarter and funnier and richer and deeper. You d have lost, said Alastor Moody And the Boy Who Lived didn t just take out Voldie, he set it up so that his good friend Hermione Granger came back from the dead at the same time Voldie resurrected himself There s no way in hell or double hell that was an accident, and I don t think it was David s idea either Amy, the truth is, none of us know what the keeper of Merlin s legacy has to do But we re not the right kind of crazy for this crap Amelia Bones frowned Alastor, you know I ve You d have lost, said Alastor Moody And the Boy Who Lived didn t just take out Voldie, he set it up so that his good friend Hermione Granger came back from the dead at the same time Voldie resurrected himself There s no way in hell or double hell that was an accident, and I don t think it was David s idea either Amy, the truth is, none of us know what the keeper of Merlin s legacy has to do But we re not the right kind of crazy for this crap Amelia Bones frowned Alastor, you know I ve dealt with strange things before Dealt with them quite well, in my opinion Yeah You dealt with the crap so you could go back to real life You re not the kind of crazy that builds a castle out of the crap and lives there Moody sighed Amy, on some level you know exactly why Albus had to leave who knows what job to the poor kid Such Is Alastor Moody s evaluation of the crazy world in which Harry James Potter Evans Verres lives This conclusion to the fan fiction series goes out with a bang, bringing together elements of all seven books of the original and compressing the finale down into the plot line of the first book This time I will refrain from giving any spoilers or plot summaries, but will hint that it includes a trip down to the Sorcerer s Stone I have also chosen to write about the last two books at once, as I couldn t stop reading once I got started However many its flaws, the book is all engulfing once you begin it Some readers may actually find the books a bit dull, because many of the long chapters are filled with endless dialogue, both internal dialogue between Harry s many selves Ravenclaw 1, Ravenclaw 2, Slytherin 1, Slytherin 2, Hufflepuff, Gryffindor , and with other external characters He engages in philosophical debates, logical arguments, and utility functions There is plenty of action as well, but it s like a physics professor wrote it A good chunk of the humor in the book is poking fun at apparent flaws in the original series For instance, this exchange between Harry and Hermione is quite good I can just imagine it, Hermione said Harry James Potter, Sorted into Gryffindor, aspiring Quidditch player No Just no Remembered by history as the sidekick of Hermione Jean Granger, who d send out Mr Potter to get into trouble for her, and then solve the mystery from the library by reading books and using her incredible memory You re really enjoying this alternate universe, aren t you Maybe he d be best mates with Ron Weasley, the smartest boy in Gryffindor, and they d fight side by side in my army in Defense class, and afterwards help each other with their homework Okay, enough, this is starting to creep me out Sorry, Hermione said, though she was still smiling to herself, appearing rapt in some private vision.But again, I have the same qualms about Harry as I mentioned in previous posts I mean, part of the appeal of fan fiction is pure entertainment value, pushing boundaries within the original series, and introducing elements that seem foreign to the world building of the original universe But still To me, rather than a book with a well developed plot, it is a mix of a logic puzzle and a childish fantasy For instance, the pre finale chapter is entitled Final Exam and the author sets up an impossible sounding scenario, and asks his readers to propose solutions It s like Thinking Physics which is well referenced throughout the book for wizards The childishness part is how both Harry s expectations and the actual responses of characters almost seem to bend entirely to Harry s will Harry s logic is presented as so all encompassing and complete that any opposing arguments are either mowed down, or none are proposed at all Ultimately, things go exactly as Harry plans them Reality doesn t work like that You have to accept that people aren t going to bow to your will just because you have a well though out argument.I think this is a good place to summarize Dorothy Sayers five problems with detective novels While this fan fic isn t a detective novel, Harry does fulfill the role, and seems curiously similar to, Sherlock Holmes He is a rationalist, solving problems purely with his intellect The one I find most fitting, and Harry s fatal flaw, is the detective problem is solved in the same terms in which it is set Here is one of the most striking differences between the detective problem and the work of the creative imagination The detective problem is deliberately set in such a manner that it can be solved without stepping outside its terms of reference This is part of its nature as a literary form, and the symmetry of this result constitutes a great part of its charm Does not an initiate member of the Detection Club swear to observe this entirely arbitrary rule PRESIDENT Do you promise that your detectives shall well and truly detect the crimes presented to them, using those wits which it shall please you to bestow upon them and not placing reliance upon, nor making use of, divine revelation, feminine intuition, mumbo jumbo, jiggery pokery, coincidence or the act of God CANDIDATE I do But life is no candidate for the Detection Club It makes unabashed use of all the forbidden aids not excepting mumbo jumbo and jiggery pokery and frequently sets its problems in terms that must be altered if the problem is to be solved at all.All Harry needs to solve all his problems is Muggle science There is no real dawning moment where Harry learns something new, because there seems to be nothing new to Harry Yes, he learns new things as he learns magic at Hogwarts, but he still works within the same basic framework My wife said that Harry never changes, he never learns or grows And he doesn t He is just reinforced in his belief that he is always right, he can solve any problem, and others are lower forms of intelligence The other problems with detective novels, also applicable to Harry Potter Evans Verres, are The detective problem is always soluble The detective problem is completely soluble The detective problem is finiteIf you are interested in reading the entire essay, it is called Problem Picture included in the book Letters to a Diminished Church Passionate Arguments for the Relevance of Christian Doctrine These books include another condescending discussion of roles how we often don t live life consciously, but live by a pattern or a role Harry unleashes quite the rant on Professor McGonnagall accusing her of living the role of the strict disciplinarian Harry seems to think he has somehow transcended such lowly approaches to life in the nirvanah of pure logic I couldn t help but recall a similar discussion by Paul Tournier in The Meaning of Persons A foreign colleague remarked to me recently that he was in the habit of taking part in meetings for collective psychoanalysis , where he said the strict rule is that everybody must say exactly what he thinks, without any pretence or keeping anything back I confess I burst out laughing That was naughty of me, or those people are undoubtedly sincere, and believe that they do keep their rule But I am very much afraid that, all trained in the same school of psychoananalysis, they unwittingly remain subject to a tacit convention of some kind Psychoanalysis has liberated them from certain social conventions, but inevitably it has created new ones Every society and every movement eventually acquires its own particular vocabulary and code of behavior One does not notice it if one is on the inside it is those outside who see it Every army has its uniform Even the language we speak inescapably moulds the way we express ourselves.No matter Harry s arguments otherwise, he too plays the part of a role, and a very obvious one pointed out above the rational detective It also has its blind spots and its weaknesses There are many instances in the book where I would disagree strongly with Harry s proposed solutions Perhaps he d accuse me of being one of the NPCs on the Wizengamot One book Harry probably hasn t read is Road to Serfdom, which I would also recommend to the author On a positive note, the book is absolutely fun, although a little dark at points It does challenge you to re evaluate how you think, and catch a fewof your own biases Harry Potter e i metodi della razionalit Quasi duemila pagine di un opera che mi ha fatto rivivere vecchie emozioni e me ne ha fatte provare di nuove Gli stessi personaggi, situazioni diverse Trovarsi davanti un Harry desideroso come tutti noi del resto di comprendere il suo mondo in profondit , e che non sa che farsene di spiegazioni preconfezionate Una trama portata avanti con coerenza e suspance, costellata da momenti spiegoni e citazioni da vero nerd, ma intessuta di ambizione, cora Harry Potter e i metodi della razionalit Quasi duemila pagine di un opera che mi ha fatto rivivere vecchie emozioni e me ne ha fatte provare di nuove Gli stessi personaggi, situazioni diverse Trovarsi davanti un Harry desideroso come tutti noi del resto di comprendere il suo mondo in profondit , e che non sa che farsene di spiegazioni preconfezionate Una trama portata avanti con coerenza e suspance, costellata da momenti spiegoni e citazioni da vero nerd, ma intessuta di ambizione, coraggio e legami Grazie a chi ha inventato questo nuovo mondo, e grazie a chi lo ha tradotto Qui in italiano