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Hermione Granger

Hermione Granger

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Hermione Jean Granger is the only daughter of two Muggle dentists. Hermione is academically gifted and spends much time studying, doing homework, and other class-related things during the year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Hermione often serves as the voice of reason when her two best friends Harry Potter and Ron Weasley get themselves into interesting or dangerous situations. Although seemingly always stressed due to schooling, Hermione is dependable when called upon, and is extremely adept at accomplishing things correctly and efficiently. 

Hermione Granger – Harry Potter Lexicon

"I hope you're pleased with yourselves. We could all have been killed--or worse, expelled. Now, if you don't mind, I'm going to bed." (Source: www.hp-lexicon.org)

Becoming the Next Hermione Granger – Palatinate

Just like many people my age, I read the Harry Potter books as a child and was enchanted by magic, beasts, and Hogwarts. I patiently waited for my Hogwarts letter to arrive when I turned eleven but alas, I am still waiting. However, what inspired me most was the character of Hermione Granger. In my eyes, she was everything I wanted to be: intelligent, hardworking, compassionate, and determined. One of my favourite moments of the books was when she called Draco Malfoy a ‘twitchy little ferret’ – it never stops making me chuckle. To me, Hermione was the perfect role model. I took her wit and wisdom wherever I went. 

Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

When we first meet Hermione, Harry and Ron think she's super annoying. She's loud and bossy and butts in all the time. She's your typical know-it-all, does-her-homework-perfectly-all-the-time, and always-follows-rules kind of girl. Hermione puts lots of people off by working so hard and being so smart. But she's not just a suck-up – we can tell that she's genuinely excited about learning magic and has an incredibly strong work ethic. To other students, though, it can seem like she's trying too hard. Ron and Harry even hope she won't be in Gryffindor with them – at least Ron hopes that she won't. He tells Harry, "Whatever house I'm in, I hope she's not in it" (6.223). Sure enough, Hermione becomes a Gryffindor, and it takes quite a while for them all to become friends. When they do, though, it sticks like peanut butter and jelly. (Source: www.shmoop.com)

Proceedings of the Social Sciences, Humanities and Education Conference (soshec 2019)

The present research tries to describe the distribution of the sensible based on Jacques Ranciere’s perspectives in Harry Potter Saga. The term distribution of the sensible is firsly proposed by Ranciere which gives attention to how the subject is placed in a certain position of the social structure. The description about politics domain and literature domain will be explained in this research along with some additional data such as dialogues and scenes from the movies. This research will be done through some stages; starting from collecting the data, classifying the data, processing the data, and describing the whole data into paragraph. The main subject who will be described in this research is Hermione Granger, a girl who comes from an ordinary little family (mud blood) and was choosen to become a student in Hogwarts Magic School. The conflict between stereotype of that school of wizard only exists for pure blood becomes the conflict occurred in the police. This research elaborates the position of the subject in a social structure and the action in which the subject does reach the equality in Harry Potter Saga by considering the aspects of action, thought, and feeling. The result shows that the distribution of the sensible in Harry Potter Saga is based on the social structure. The differences of social classes are also explained by the actors and actresses in the whole movies based on the purity of the blood (pure blood, half blood, and mud blood). Hermione Granger as the subject succeed in doing the act of equality within social hierarchy by keeping herself present in the classrom with other friends. n addition, subject dares to do the resistance through Draco Malfoy (pure blood wizard) and Lav (half blood witch). Keywords—subject, the a (Source: www.atlantis-press.com)

Character Profile for Hermione Granger From Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (harry Potter, #1) (page 1)

Hermione is a muggle-born Gryffindor student and the best friend of Harry Potter and Ron Weasley. The daughter of two dentists, she is an overachiever who shows considerable academic progress when compared to her friends and classmates, and she is described by Rowling as a "very logical, upright and good" character. Her parents are a bit bemused by their odd daughter, but quite proud of her all the same. Though Rowling has described the character of Luna Lovegood as the "anti-Hermione" because they hold the exact opposite ideologies, Hermione's foil at Hogwarts is Pansy Parkinson, a female bully based on the real-life girls who teased the author during her school days. (Source: www.goodreads.com)

 

 

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