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Magic, like literature, is a way of finding meaning in the mayhem and maelstrom of life, a way of imposing order on, or even creating the world around us. Using other texts (Shakespeare, C.S. Lewis, Tolkien, Greek myth and Arthurian legend) this course will analyze how J.K. Rowling, by using an alchemy of intertextuality, conjured a world that explores our interconnected myths, magical rituals, archetypes and shared histories to make meaning of our selves.

 

EXAMPLE CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES (2-4 PER COURSE)

  • City Walk
  • The Making of Harry Potter Experience
  • Film viewing Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

 

COURSE OUTLINE

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  • AASHE STARS Silver Seal