If books ‘Harry Potter’. J. K. Rowling

I could be able to trade places with a character from literature I would trade
it with Hermione Granger. She is a fictional and a leading character from the
well known books ‘Harry Potter’. J. K. Rowling is one of the most
known writers in the world and she became famous with the ‘Harry Potter’
series. The series contains seven volumes which were translated in sixty-seven languages.  Her parents were dentists and they weren’t open
minded. She was raised by her parents until she turned 11 years old and the she
found out that she is a witch and was accepted at Hogwarts. Hermione Grange is
a young witch frequents Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. In this
school are allowed only witches and wizards, and teaches them how to use the
power of spells. All these techniques that they are learning will help them to
be prepared for the life in the wizard world.

is one of Harry Potter’s friend and is a complex character. She is a very
intelligent and organized person and she fights for what she believes in. Her
intelligences is helpful in further situations, she is the model of the
intelligent student, always organized and the one who’s always prepared and
knows all the answers. Her loyalty is demonstrated in the Harry Potter series.
The typical girls in others books are known as weak girls which have their
heart broken and all they want is to revenge or to change their looks for boys
and there is no representation of a role model if I can say so , like Hermione
, she is so brave , and independent. Hermione is known as a smart student but
she never admits it. Hermione is a kind person that always wants more and who
is not proud with her intelligence, she will always say that anyone can be
better than her. ” Harry you’re a great wizard, you know.” “I am not as good as
you”, said Harry, very embarrassed, as she let him go. “Me!”said Hermione. “Books
and cleverness! There are more important things – friendship and bravery and –
oh Harry – be careful!”(Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone, chapter 16).

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is emphatic and kind of intuitive when it comes to others’ emotions and she is
even a little bit bossy. She is such a strong female character. Throughout the
series Hermione has a lot of plans like to have good grades in school, get a
job which will help her change the world.

would trade places with Hermione because she is the real heroic character and
it is an example for other authors that see the female character as a weak and
vulnerable that will do everything to attract attention and with the mentality
that everything is about them.  Maybe
because I’m a female but she was my idol while I was reading the series and
watched it. She has a real value in other readers and she raised the
expectations and the ability of a girl being independent and take care of
herself.  She learned a lot of readers
what a female can do. 

first , both Harry and Ron thought that Hermione is such an unfriendly and
maybe mean girl that she knew everything and 
didn’t need anyone to help her. Hermione is the kind of girl that takes
school very seriously , she makes all of her homework , she takes notes at
every class , and she respected all the rules. She was named “the brightest
witch of her age. ”   Her favourite  subject was first Charms and then Arithmancy
, she wasn’t as good at Flying and Divination but gave her best. After she
becomes friends with Ron and Harry she prices more her friendship and loyalty
that the school rules or assignments and she would rather break the rules and
go in adventures. The first time Hermione meets Harry and Ron was when they
helped Neville Longbottom finding his pet , Trevor. Hermione shows knowledge
and a real talent using magic above others of her age and what’s most
interesting that she just found out she is a witch in comparison with her
colleagues. She was pleased by all the teachers , best in the class , she
helped others learn in a bossy way. While she was the best and respected all
the rules she also tried to prevent others. The trio’s friendship (Hermione,
Harry and Ron) was “solidified  when they
were forced to confront a mountain troll which had been let into the school by
professor Quirinus Quirrell.” Hermione was in the girls bathroom and she was
crying and the the troll attacked her , the boys heard her screaming and tried
to help her, other professors heard them and asked for some explanations ,
Hermione covered for them and then they were best friends and started to spend
a lot of time together. Hermione broke the rules in the second year while she
tried to catch the Heir of Slytherin.

: “Well, if you two are going to chicken out, fine. I don’t want to break
rules, you know. I think threatening Muggle-borns is far worse than brewing up
a difficult potion. But if you don’t want to find out…”

Weasley: “I never thought I’d see the day when you’d be persuading us to break
the rules.”

Hermione’s perspective schoolwork made some sense and the teachers even wanted
to make her skip a year ahead or maybe two until the letter came. Hermione
fought a lot for her friendship with the boys , with her potential and all her
intelligence she could care less about them but still she broke a lot of rules
for them.

helped Ginny and Harry to get married and she ended up with Ron. Honestly I
always hoped for Harry and Hermione to be together but the end was pretty
spectacular, actually all  the series
was. I was very impressed and I can’t wait to finish all of them.

is a greek name and it’s a derivative from Hermes. Her character is based of
J.K. Rowling and she said that she emphasized 
the characteristics  and that is
most likely to be more like a caricature.

in the mirror of Erised Harry saw himself with his dead  parents and Ron  saw
himself as the Gryffindor Quidditch Captain , Hermione saw her , Ron and Harry
, the trio who had a lot of adventures toghether. She faced someone who showed
all her fears and insecurities and let’s admit it , who would be so brave to
face everything that is afraid of.