"Reading Harry Potter Again: New Critical Essays," edited by Giselle Anatol.

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TURNING THE PAGES OF POTTER: Giselle Anatol, associate professor of English, has edited “Reading Harry Potter Again: New Critical Essays.” The book features essays that explore the seven-book sequence, considering themes from a variety of perspectives. The wildly popular book and film series has opened discussions on religion, morality, race, magic and numerous other themes. Through the book’s essays, readers can gain a better understanding of author J.K. Rowling’s creation and its impact on culture. The book is available at Jayhawk Ink in the Kansas Union.

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