Harry Potter: The 10 Most Important Books In The Wizarding World
The Harry Potter franchise has created a fictional landscape unlike any other. Within the Wizarding World itself there's a vast history to explore, much of which is documented throughout the various books in the Hogwart's library; many of which Hermione can often be found poring over.
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These texts form the basis of a wizard of witches education, although much like the real world there's also a huge array of texts over a variety of different topics. There are many important books featured throughout Harry's adventure. Some of them solve key problems, while others play into the overall plot to a huge extent.
The School of Witchcraft and Wizardry has an intense and well stories history. Luckily the students of the legendary Hogwarts have a book that details the evolution of the building, its classes, its foundations and its culture.
Hogwarts: A History is a book mentioned by Hermione many times and actually provides a few answers when it concerns some of the more secretive elements of the school. Its author, Bathilda Bagshot, appears later in the series as a key supporting character.
Quidditch Through The Ages is a novel that fans can actually buy in real life, thanks to a charity effort from Comic Relief. The Wizarding World iteration of the book goes into the deep history of the famous sport.
Harry's schooling life has been defined by his time on a Quidditch pitch, so it's fascinating ...
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