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Time Travel And Harry Potter: Time Turning In The Prisoner Of Azkaban And Its Place In Time Travel Fiction

3.8  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
All the twists and turns of time travel in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azakaban are fun, but understanding them is also hard. For example, how does Harry get past the Dementor attack so that he can time travel latter and save himself from the Dementor attack? Isn't that impossible? Richard Jones explains how this might in fact be possible and examines ...more
Paperback, 99 pages
Published September 18th 2009 by Outskirts Press
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Betty
Is it possible to go back in time and make changes to history? Time Travel and Harry Potter - Time-Turning in the Prisoner of Azkaban and its Place in Time-Travel Fiction says it is. Richard H. Jones presents a defense of changing history in time travel, as he puts forward a theory of why and how history was changeable in The Prisoner of Azkaban. How else was Harry able to save himself? How else were Harry and Hermione going to be able to save Buckbeak?

First it must be realized that J.K. Rowling
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Billy
Mar 12, 2011 Billy rated it liked it
I’m a fan of the Harry Potter books and movies, so I was eager to review this book. The author Richard Jones is a fan of Harry Potter, too, and has written this Literary Criticism/Philosophy book. While reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azakaban by J. K. Rowling, Richard, and many other fans wondered, how does time travel work in the novel?

The author goes in detail about different time travel/time-line scenarios that could explain how Harry and Hermione changed the past with the Time-Tu
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Billy
Mar 12, 2011 Billy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I’m a fan of the Harry Potter books and movies, so I was eager to review this book. The author Richard Jones is a fan of Harry Potter, too, and has written this Literary Criticism/Philosophy book. While reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azakaban by J. K. Rowling, Richard, and many other fans wondered, how does time travel work in the novel?

The author goes in detail about different time travel/time-line scenarios that could explain how Harry and Hermione changed the past with the Time-Tu
...more
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