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MonkeyNotes-Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
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CONFLICT

Protagonist Harry Potter, aided by Dumbledore Harry is a small, modest boy who is coming of age. Dumbledore helps protect Harry from Voldemort while the boy studies and hones his skills. Because of his exceptional magical abilities, Harry is destined to succeed Dumbledore as leader of the forces of good. Harry doesnít always like being famous, but he is willing to risk his own safety to fight Voldemort. Harryís driving motive is his concern for others.

Antagonist Voldemort, aided by Quirrell Voldemort seeks revenge on Harry for stripping him of his power. Voldemort hates Muggles and cares little about the lives of others, in direct contrast to Harry. Voldemort cares little about Quirrell, and is only using the teacher to get the Sorcererís Stone and eternal life he desires. Voldemortís driving motive is his self-interest in power.

Climax Harry stops Voldemort from obtaining the Sorcererís Stone With Ron and Hermioneís help, Harry is able to track down the Voldemort-possessed Quirrell and keep the Stone out of his hands long enough for Dumbledore to return.


Outcome Voldemortís spirit flees, Quirrell dies, and the forces of good triumph Voldemort has fled and shall return another day, but Harry has kept the Sorcererís Stone out of the hands of evil. Dumbledore ultimately destroys the Sorcererís Stone in order to keep such a situation from repeating itself.

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