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Monday, Jul 20, 2009
by PopMatters Staff
by David Cox
The Guardian (20 July 2009)

“In fact, the intimations of Harry’s impending adulthood are vaguely disturbing. At his age, why’s he still messing about with magic? Shouldn’t he be doing something more grown-up, like getting his wand out for the ladies in a posh play? This prompts a further, even more worrying question. Why are the rest of us still so enthralled by the dumb doings of Dumbledore’s doomy darlings?”


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