Picture a teenaged boy, not the best academically, but not poor. Not the most attractive either, but a good amount of girls have a crush on him anyway, some due to the fact that he is good at sports. Rather cruddy accueil life, with two best friends, one girl and one guy, the girl being bookish and the boy being a bit of a slob.
This boy has a massive crush on a girl with long black hair who is also good at sports and is a an older. He harbors this crush for quite a while, going as far as to ask her out to a dance, but she says no.
This is the drawing on page 111 of Deathly Hallows.
When I first read the scene where Harry spontaneously kisses Ginny in the Gryffindor Common room (Rowling 533), I had to reread it about ten times to believe that that had actually happened. The whole scene just didn’t seem right to me and at the time I couldn’t figure out why. The plus I thought about it though, the plus I wondered, “Where in the world did this relationship even begin?” Let’s start at the beginning of their relationship in the seconde book, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. It can be easily seen that Ginny, then...
So sheildmaiden wrote an article similar to this one(which was great!), and I decided to write one of my own and share my opinion of why I dont like Harry and Ginny. Hope toi enjoy!
First off, I always thought Ginny liked "The Boy Who Lived" instaed of "Harry". Maybe I'm wrong, but I can never really remember her liking him for just him.
Second...how does Harry SUDDENLY like her? That's the main problem I always had with the relationship. I mean, he saw her as Ron's Little Sister, and in the Half Blood Prince, he sees her s’embrasser Dean, and feels jealous? If he really got to know her,...