Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone is a fantastic start to a phenomenal series. Harry Potter is a young boy that lives with his revolting Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia Dursley. Harry’s self esteem and thoughts of himself are quite low until he receives many letters from a school named Hogwarts. Harry did not know how to take the information. He thought it was a joke because the letter clearly stated, “Hogwarts, School of Wizardry and Witchcraft.” Little did he know, that he was one of the most famous wizards in all of Hogwarts. He was famous for surviving the tragic day when his parents were killed by none other than Voldemort himself. Voldemort lost all power when somehow he didn’t have it in himto kill Harry Potter.
When Harry finally decided that he was going to go and travel to Hogwarts, he felt free and like his own individual without having to listen to the Durselys all day. This is an internal conflict because it is the thoughts that are occurring in the minds of one character.
Harry then went on to make some great friends like Ron and Hermione but also met some mortal enemies including Voldemort, Draco Malfoy, and Snape. However, Snape isn’t who he seems to be. Snape and Harry get involved with something called the “Sorcerer’s Stone.” This is a secret stone the will restore Voldemort’s power. Harry and his friends are trying to find out if Snape is indeed working for Voldemort. In this novel Snape and Harry meet up at the stone and there is a surprise twist at the end! This is an external conflict because two people are interacting with each other to make a scene Read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone to find out what happens to Harry and Snape!