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Harry Potter and the End of Religion

By Marguerite Krause

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from Mapping the World of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice

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This is one essay from the anthology Mapping the World of the Sorcerers Apprentice

Up-to-date through Book Six!

Mapping the World of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice offers a comprehensive look at the series through the eyes of leading science fiction and fantasy writers and religion, psychology and science experts. Topics range from feminism, fascism and the moral life of children to the true ownership of Severus Snape, Harry Potter as Luke Skywalker and Harry Potter and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

This book has not been authorized by J. K. Rowling, Warner Bros. or anyone associated with the Harry Potter books or films.

Contributors Include:

  • Bruce Bethke
  • Adam-Troy Castro
  • Roxanne Conrad
  • Elisabeth DeVos
  • Richard Garfinkle
  • Roberta Gellis
  • Jim Gunn
  • Marguerite Krause
  • Mercedes Lackey
  • Misty Lackey
  • Susan Matthews
  • Joyce Millman
  • Dan Moloney
  • Lawrence Watt-Evans
  • Martha Wells
  • Sarah Zettel

About the Author

Viscountess Mercedes Lackey-Edgerton-Smythe has had a rose, a dahlia and a tulip named for her. A neck-or-nothing rider, she was the first ever female to be named Master of the Derbyshire Hunt. She raises peafowl and swans and is a notable expert on 11th-century incunabula. And if you believe any of this, perhaps your copy of Burke’s Peerage is not what it should be. She is the author of several fantasy series.

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About the Author

Marguerite  Krause

Marguerite Krause’s favorite activities involve the printed word. In addition to writing, she works as a freelance copyeditor, helping other writers to sharpen their skills, and for relaxation loves nothing better than to curl up with a good book. She is married to her high school sweetheart; they have two children. You can find more of Marguerite’s writing in the anthologies Seven Seasons of Buffy and Five Seasons of Angel; her two-part epic fantasy, Moons’ Dreaming and Moons’ Dancing, co-written with Susan Sizemore; and her fantasy novel, Blind Vision.

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