Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - JK Rowling

After studying the film in class, I thought I knew it too well to take full pleasure in the book again.
That was forgetting, of course, Rowling's lively writing and the many details necessarily cut out of the film.

I won't go over the benefits of either the book nor the novel any more. 
Suffice to say I devoured it in two days, despite knowing it nearly by heart. 

I will state, however, that I greatly admire how effortlessly consensual Rowling is with her characters. Without attracting the least bit of attention to it, she is persistently non-sexist and non-racist in a very natural way that should be run-of-the-mill. Love it!

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