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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

            Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
             Harry Potter is in many ways reflective of many epic heroes throughout the history of literature. The archetypes that follow Harry Potter through his trials and tribulations are very much the same as the archetypes that follow past heroes such as Beowulf and Ulysses. Harry's encounters follow along the same lines as many adventures in past archetypal journeys. .
             Harry begins his adventure at his Aunt and Uncle's house, Number 4 Privet Drive. Harry's journey actually begins one night when he meets up with his cousin, Dudley Dursley. Dementors attack both Dudley and Harry and the Dementor's Kiss is almost administered to Dudley before Harry releases his Patronus to save him. Harry's neighbor, Arabella Figg, shows up and reveals herself to be a squib, a non-magical witch or wizard. Harry wishes to leave Privet Drive for fear of having his wand revoked but he stays and the advisal of Arthur Weasley. .
             After spending much time alone in the house, eight wizards show up when his aunt and uncle are out. They help Harry pack and usher him off by broomstick to the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix, separating him from the rest of the wizarding and muggle worlds. Harry is greeted by the Order at Number 12 Grimmauld Place. Harry learns that Professor Albus Dumbledore constructed the Order in order to prevent the evil Lord Voldemort from regaining power. .
             Harry's descent into his struggles with Lord Voldemort and the problems he faces trying to overcome them begins when Harry discovers that Lord Voldemort is trying to gain access to a weapon even greater than the Unforgivable Curses. Harry begins having dreams of corridors and locked doors that make his scar prickle. Harry then has a hearing in front of the full Wizengamot for his breaking of the Decree of Underage Wizardry but he is cleared of all charges. When Harry gets to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, he learns that the Daily Prophet has been publishing propaganda over the summer and that half the school distrusts him and thinks he is making up stories about Lord Voldemort.

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