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, more wholesome through the eyes of a child. The 90’s generation, unquestionably, grew up alongside Harry Potter, the boy with striking green eyes and messy black hair. J.K. Rowling managed create a tale that enthralled children from all over the world. It is not illogical to argue that the series of Harry Potter has greatly influenced the 90’s generation, shaping its perspectives. On the very superficial level, the story of Harry Potter taught children to believe in miracles, love, friendships, and the goodness in humanity. However, once delved below the surface of a children’s story, Harry Potter addresses controversial issues that are critical to a society’s foundation of values. J.K. Rowling wove a message of anti-Unitarianism in a magical adventure, although her treatment of several aspects of the rebellion was questionable. The Potter Series, while stressing the significance of equality and tolerance, has a plot that was driven by discrimination of various forms. The tale has a strong heroine, yet indulges in sexism in its treatments of female characters. One can argue that the theme of tolerance is one of the backbones of the entire Harry Potter Series