Khác biệt giữa bản sửa đổi của “Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Neville Longbottom”

Sửa đổi, replaced: == Analysis == → == Phân tích ==, == Questions == → == Câu hỏi ==, == Overview == → == Tổng quan == using AWB
(Sửa đổi, replaced: == Analysis == → == Phân tích ==, == Questions == → == Câu hỏi ==, == Overview == → == Tổng quan == using AWB)
== OverviewTổng quan ==
'''''Neville Longbottom''''' is a student in Gryffindor House and is in the same year as [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Harry Potter|Harry Potter]]. In fact, they were born a day apart, Neville on 30 July, Harry on 31 July, a crucial element in the series' plot and one that significantly connects them. Along with fellow classmates Harry, [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Hermione Granger|Hermione Granger]], and [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Ron Weasley|Ron Weasley]], Neville helped battle powerful Dark Magic at Hogwarts. He lives with his grandmother, who has raised him since he was a small child.
In the Epilogue, it is learned that Neville becomes Hogwarts' Herbology teacher, and in later interviews, Rowling stated that he had married Hannah Abbott. This makes him the first Hogwarts teacher that is ''known'' to have a spouse. There were likely other married teachers at some point, but they are never mentioned in the series.
== AnalysisPhân tích ==
Early on, Neville could best be described as a classic "misfit." His shy, awkward nature, as well as his magical deficiencies, make him off-putting to the more popular students and an easy target for crueler ones. Indeed, it appears he has few friends, and those students who are cordial, are seemingly only being kind.
Prior to the seventh book's publication, there was speculation that a valuable secret may have been hidden within Neville's mind, and that it might be released via a [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Magic/Pensieve|Pensieve]]. No such secret ever emerged in [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Books/Deathly Hallows|''Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'']], however. Alternately, Neville could have been present when his parents were being tortured by Death Eaters, something that would likely have amused Bellatrix Lestrange while deeply traumatizing Neville. If that is true, Neville's grandmother, Augusta, may have liberally applied one or more memory charm to prevent Neville from repeatedly reliving that horrendous episode. Professor McGonagall does mention that Augusta failed her Charms OWL. While Augusta or other family members' intent would have been to alleviate Neville's anguish, the possibility that his memory issues stem from excessive or botched Obliviate charms is almost certain. Considering the damaging and apparently enduring effect the backfired memory charm had on [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Gilderoy Lockhart|Gilderoy Lockhart]], these obviously must be applied with great skill and restraint to avoid permanent mental damage.
== QuestionsCâu hỏi ==
{{Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Questions}}