Can You Pass This Hardest Harry Potter Quiz?

 

 

Majority of movies especially fairytales like Cinderella, Snow White, and many others promoted the damsel in distress stereotype, in which the lead characters is completely helpless and is dependent upon a knight in shining armor to rescue her. As much as it seemed romantic it was also a very irrational representation of women and womanhood. Therefore, when Disney released Moana it was highly praised because of the difference in the story from the others. It was not about being helpless and depending on someone else, unlike the old conventional centred around a love interest kind of a movie it was about a young woman exploring herself and what she wants to do. Another brilliant example would be Frozen, where they challenge the stereotype of the handsome prince by making him the villain and giving the love interest very little of the screen time
“Maybe he murdered Myrtle; that would’ve done everyone a favor. . . .”
J.K. Rowling,

“Harry Potter,” he said very softly. His voice might have been part of the spitting fire. “The Boy Who Lived.”
J.K. Rowling,

“She needs to sort out her priorities”
Ron Weasley

“I’m a what?” gasped Harry.
J.K. Rowling,

“Daddy’s gone mad, hasn’t he?”
J.K. Rowling,

“The Chasers throw the Quaffle and put it through the hoops to score,” Harry recited. “So — that’s sort of like basketball on broomsticks with six hoops, isn’t it?”
J.K. Rowling,

“Perhaps you have been looking in the wrong places.”
J.K. Rowling

“The owls are gathering; find out why soon.”
J.K. Rowling

“I will be sharing additional information I’ve been hoarding for years about the world of Harry Potter”
J.K. Rowling

“In this lifetime we are like Superman who must remain disguised as the nerdy newspaper journalist Clark Kent, or Harry Potter and his friends who are not allowed to do magic while they are on holiday, away from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry… but even Harry Potter and Clark Kent get to tap into their ‘special powers’ once in a while, especially when the going gets tough.”
Anthon St. Maarten,

“Second, the reason to embrace and celebrate these novels as the countercultural event that they are is due largely to the subliminal messages delivered by Harry and friends in their stolen wheelbarrows. Readers walk away, maybe a little softer on the occult than they were, but with story-embedded messages: the importance of a pure soul; love’s power even over death; about sacrifice and loyalty; a host of images and shadows about Christ and how essential ‘right belief’ is for personal transformation and victory over internal and external evils.”
John Granger,

“We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on…that’s who we really are.”
J.K. Rowling

“Will there ever be an encyclopedia? Possibly. I would say two things about the encyclopedia: firstly, I’ve always said and I stand by it, whenever I do do a printed encyclopedia I would like all the proceeds to go to charity. Back in 1998 I never dreamt I personally I would be in the position that I could set up a large charitable foundation and personally do things for charity, and I’ve done other charity books already.”
J.K. Rowling

“My point is that this Potter business has legs. It will run and run, and we must be utterly mad, as a country, to leave it to the Americans to make money from a great British invention. I appeal to the children of this country and to their Potter-fiend parents to write to Warner Bros and Universal, and perhaps, even, to the great J K herself. Bring Harry home to Britain—and if you want a site with less rainfall than Rome, with excellent public transport, and strong connections to Harry Potter, I have just the place.”
Boris Johnson

“I like the idea of Warrior Flitwick running to save the day by screaming, “Let’s do some charm harm, my snitches!”
Dan Bergstein

“Yeh don’ have ter be ashamed of what yeh are.”
J.K. Rowling

“Fred and George exchanged looks.
J.K. Rowling,

HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE, Daniel Radcliffe, 2001

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  • Question of

    What is Severus Snape’s Patronus?

    • A stag
    • A goat
    • A dog
    • A doe
    • A horse
  • Question of

    What is Aberforth Dumbledore’s Patronus?

    • A fox
    • A goat
    • A fish
    • A hyppogriff
    • An otter
  • Question of

    What is Albus Dumbledore’s Patronus?

    • A doe
    • A stag
    • An otter
    • A turtle
    • A pheonix
  • Question of

    How many brothers does Ron have?

    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 1
    • 6
  • Question of

    What does Harry fail in his O.W.L?

    • History of magic and divination
    • Potions and history of magic
    • Potions and divination
    • Defence against the dark arts
    • Charms and transfiguraion
  • Question of

    What page does Snape ask them to turn to while covering for Lupin’s class?

    • 263
    • 294
    • 394
    • 432
    • 291
  • Question of

    What does Lupin give to Harry to make him feel better?

    • Pumpkin juice
    • A pumpkin pasty
    • Firewhisky
    • Butterbeer
    • Chocolate
  • Question of

    Who is Moony?

    • A cat
    • A rat
    • James
    • Lupin
    • Sirius
  • Question of

    Who told Voldemort the prophecy?

    • Severus Snape
    • Sybil Trelawney
    • Sirius Black
    • James Potter
    • Lucius Malfoy
  • Question of

    Who punches who in the Prisoner of Azkaban?

    • Draco punches Harry
    • Harry punches Draco
    • Ron punches Draco
    • Draco punches Hermione
    • Hermione punches Draco
  • Question of

    Where does the tunnel in the Whomping Willow lead to?

    • Hogsmeade
    • Hogwarts
    • The Shrieking Shack
    • Privet Drive
    • Grimmauld Place
  • Question of

    Who let the troll in on Halloween?

    • Quirrel
    • Snape
    • Peeves
    • Harry
    • Neville
  • Question of

    What is Harry’s Patronus?

    • An otter
    • A horse
    • A doe
    • A stag
    • A rabbit
  • Question of

    What is Luna Lovegood’s Patronus?

    • A doe
    • A bear
    • An otter
    • a rabbit
    • A goat

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