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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - plot explained - Part 1
22 Questions We Still Have After 'Harry Potter & The Cursed Child'
However, it quickly transpired this was going to be no normal book release. Critics, including myself, were blown away by the magical performance, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany helping Rowling create something of immense wonder. So, how does the script, released to the public in book form, compare to the theatre production? Is the magic still there? Already, fans have devoured the story, taking it apart bit by bit, uncovering inconsistencies in the story telling, particularly regarding a certain time-turner paradox. Could it have ever lived up to expectations?
by Jack Thorne, based on a story by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne
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How would you describe Harry as a parent? What contributes to Harry's lack of parenting skills? Why has it taken Harry so long to realize that he isn't a good father to Albus? Is it possible for Harry to be a bad father to Albus, but a good father to his other children? Being a father is entirely new for him. Though Albus is sometimes a difficult child, these problems could be a symptom of teen angst and trying to fit in a world where people expect too much from him. During the course of the play, Harry comes to understand that Albus requires "specific love" in order to feel loved.