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from reading them. She finds that reading is very important and that Harry Potter books help readers in their lives and give encouragement and hope. It helps us to find our “inner child”. It makes us live and think like children and we don’t bother about adult things but just live in the world without sadness or worry. Also, the books can help children to learn values such as loyalty, equality, love and respect for friendship. These values are reflected in the friendship between the three main child characters. This research was done by examining different research papers written about Harry Potter books from a physiological perspective. Louisa also analyzes the representations of childhood and adulthood in the novels of Harry Potter. She explores the relationship between childhood and adulthood against the background of the changes in society today. We can use Harry Potter books to follow the development of a young boy from 11 years old to adulthood in order to study the tension and instability between childhood and adulthood. It starts with the reflexivity of childhood and adulthood in Harry Potter novels through Aron Hicklin’s idea that Harry Potter restores the reader’s childhood. Society encourages the child to act like an adult. In Harry Potter novels, the adult characters are represented as inefficient, unsafe, unstable or even corrupt. They fail to learn the lessons that children learn. As a result in reality, adults may escape from their lives by drinking alcohol. In Rowling’s fiction the children do not enjoy perfect childhoods. They have to deal with internal and external stress which increases when the characters enter adulthood. Both children and teachers feel stress, and some of them resort to medical treatment to relieve the pressure. However, Harry Potter books show how the growing and changing children deal with such stress by adopting important values.
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