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They can only benefit from an ensemble that reflects their wider fan base.
It’s not enough to say that these people were there.
“This is my sister, Diandre, and her daughter Fleur whom you’ve met previously.” “It’s a pleasure,” Hermione said as she took the hand Diandre offered. “Fleur, it’s lovely to see you again.” “Hermione.” Fleur clutched at her hand and pressed a fleeting kiss against her cheek. We should have tea while you’re on Yule break.” Hermione nodded.
“We don’t return to Hogwarts until January 6, I’ll be in our townhouse in Hogsmeade most of that time as Harry has some conclave obligations over the break.” She stepped back and Fleur released her.
With the Potter universe expanding beyond the seven books, thanks to a two-part stage drama and the upcoming has delighted many fans and infuriated others.
Rowling’s response was enthusiastic, but her insistence that Hermione could be read as black in the books highlights a wider problem with the series regarding its racial make-up.
Changing the race of Hermione for the stage offers a fascinating new perspective to a well-loved character and some much needed change to the canon.It’s obvious that Rowling feels some guilt over this, and I applaud her willingness to interrogate her own creation.The issue comes with red pen in the margins style additions to a work already set in stone.Rowling’s openness with her fans has led to further questions over the glaring lack of diversity elsewhere the series, and her responses over each observation or interpretation of her work have raised a number of eyebrows.Much has been made about Dumbledore’s status as a gay character - something confirmed by the author, but never within the books themselves – and now Rowling has talked up the number of LGBTQ and Jewish characters in the series.