fermatastheorem:

unlimitedobsessions:

lupinelunatic:

i-was-so-alone-and-i-lokid-you:

danrdarrenc:

crown-of-weeds:

gingerahoy:

booksdirect:

“Harry Potter is symmetrical.”

Not just symmetrical - this is ring composition, favoured by Homer and other good writers. The 4th book is at the centre of the ring.
JK Rowling knows her beans.

Reblogging because I like that phrase a lot.



i love everything about this post

I love how dementors are synonymous to Umbridge. I agree with this completely.

This… is really amazing. I-… wow.


The technical term for this is a chiasm.  Props to JK for using a great old storytelling technique.

fermatastheorem:

unlimitedobsessions:

lupinelunatic:

i-was-so-alone-and-i-lokid-you:

danrdarrenc:

crown-of-weeds:

gingerahoy:

booksdirect:

“Harry Potter is symmetrical.”

Not just symmetrical - this is ring composition, favoured by Homer and other good writers. The 4th book is at the centre of the ring.

JK Rowling knows her beans.

Reblogging because I like that phrase a lot.

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i love everything about this post

I love how dementors are synonymous to Umbridge. I agree with this completely.

This… is really amazing. I-… wow.

image

The technical term for this is a chiasm.  Props to JK for using a great old storytelling technique.

(Source: theicekingcometh, via studying-hard)

voiceactresskurutta:

randomobsession:

perlockholmes:

sweetmoonbeam17:

theinturnet:

Did a group of mathematicians just sit around drawing lines before stumbling upon how some combination of the intersections could be used for multiplication?

MAGIC

I had to try this, and I am just sitting here awestruck. This is brilliant.

This is as mind-blowing as Misha’s shoe-tying lesson.

I will never understand how or why people come up with this stuff.

(Source: theinturnetexplorer, via study-owl)

deathnoteforcutie:

when ur alarm goes off on a school day and you just

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(via run-rhianna-run)