Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Harry Potter Classes: Finally, Textbooks You'll Actually Want to Read

Posted By on Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 2:00 PM

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Just when you though Harry Potter couldn't possibly invade daily life ever further, it seems Potterheads may actually be able to put their knowledge to practical use. Guess the only question is what classes will you be taking?

For fans, the upcoming release of the final installment of the Harry Potter movies is bittersweet. On one hand, the film is a much anticipated finale to the series that has been in production for almost ten years. On the other, it marks the end of the excitement and fanfare that goes along with the release of the films. Yet Potterheads need not despair. There are still plenty of ways to get your fix, even without new books or movies. How so, you ask? Colleges all over the nation are embracing Harry Potter mania, and many are offering courses that focus on the books and their characters. Potter fans young and old should look into signing up for these exciting college courses — not only are they educational, but fans of the series will get to learn more about the stories they love.

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