There may have been a time when art was an escape from the domination of commerce, when people created things motivated by passion and emotion rather than by the prospect of dollar signs; no longer does that time exist.
Villain Sues here, thank you.
More like thinking at all - the Philosopher's stone isn't particularly well-known in the States and the publishers wanted readers to know they were about to pick up a book about wizards and magic. You'd be hard-pressed to find a person who is not an instructor or student in philosophy that would encourage its study in the U.
The Mauraders are a stand-in for The Beatles Think about it.
There were four of them, and James kind of resembles John Lennon, they were broken up, and two of them died by the end of the series. The film version of POA had flashback scene it was ultimately cut from the final film showing the young Marauders.
According to Harry Potter: We gave them sideburns, little glasses and longer shirts. Nonetheless, this is always how I imagine Come Together. So, she kinda did, right? I like this theory. And by the way, all four of the Marauders are dead by the end of the series, not just two.
Hey, hey, hey — don't insult Ringo!
After all, if Peter had made the choice, he could have been a very lovable, brave, devoted member of the Order — a real Neville Longbottom type. Harry Potter is all about choices, remember. Now I'm just picturing Dumbledore talking to Ringo Starr and saying things like: And that makes you very different from Peter Pettigrew!
I like this theory, except if you look at the personalities Sirius makes a better John acerbic, creative, reckless, and with a tendency to push things too far with James as Paul a slightly softer counterpart.
Remus works as Georgeand I suppose Peter works as a sort of alternate-universe evil Ringo. And, theoretically, Lily indirectly caused the ultimate "break up" James's death, Sirius's imprisonment, Peter's disappearance by But it was really Peter who rather violently broke them up which dear Ringo would never do!
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Haha, I love this comparison. James works well for John, as both were clever, witty, glasses-wearing brunettes that had an unfortunate tendency to be casually cruel and bullying but had a good heart underneath it alland both were murdered tragically, leaving behind a young son two sons in John's case.
You could also make parallels with the Paul Is Dead conspiracy and Sirius being wrongfully blamed for the Potters' deaths, what with being mistaken for something they're not and so many people panicking needlessly over it; also, a few crazy people who subscribe to PID think that the replacement Paul was responsible for setting up John's death again, crazyas Sirius was believed to have betrayed James.
George works well for Lupin: Poor Ringo is then Peter, but as people above have said, it unfortunately is a good match, as they are small, a bit awkward, and the odd one out among a very talented group. But of course, Ringo is a lovely guy and a loyal friend, while Peter is I also believe Peter is an Alternative Universe Ringo who decided to go through the wrong path, betraying his friends.
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