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Old 09-25-2010, 10:03 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by EatingPie View Post
Well it's a little more subtle than ardeegee makes it out to be... to Rowling's credit.

It has to do largely with the final book, and the last few chapters. I am somewhat hesitant to give away too much because it revolves around some of Harry's final actions, and the results of those actions. He is his mother's son. (Maybe another thread so no accidental spoilers? And I don't want to go too far afield this early in this thread.)

I've heard that Rowling said she didn't want to give away her religious beliefs because that would make the book too obvious. Probably would have spoiled all the fun of it being banned, too!

-Pie
I read it. I didn't find it any particualr religion. humanist at most
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