View Poll Results: What Do You Think of Harry Potter

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  • I love all of the books and/or movies

    14 56.00%
  • I love some of the books and/or movies

    7 28.00%
  • Meh it's just alright

    2 8.00%
  • I hate Harry Potter, you call that literature?

    1 4.00%
  • Harry Who? Is he a gardener?

    1 4.00%
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Thread: Harry Potter Politics

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    Re: Harry Potter Politics

    I think if you read the books and saw politics there, you probably need to lighten up.

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    Re: Harry Potter Politics

    I loved the series. JK Rowling is great, and I enjoyed the movies.
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    Re: Harry Potter Politics

    Never read the books.
    Seen the movies. Like em well enough for what they are.
    I get nothing political from them. Its just escapist fantasy.
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    Re: Harry Potter Politics

    House elves were supposed to be an allegory for slavery. The anti-everything-but-pureblood was supposed to symbolize racism. At least that's what I've seen some people claim.
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