December Issue of Scribbulus Now Online

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Dec 01, 2007

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The latest issue of our premier essay project, Scribbulus, has now been published containing five new essays for your reading pleasure. Included within the pages of our 21st issue, are four looks behind the half-moon spectacles of long-time Hogwarts Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore, along with an exploration of this wizard’s wand. This issue begins with an essay which compares the beloved Headmaster to another beloved old soul we all know, while the next essay takes a look back at his life as possible influences for the future. The rest of the issue explores such topics as: Dumbledore’s ethics, his relationship with Harry Potter, and his wand. Enjoy!

  • St. Dumbledore’s Feast by Caltheous
  • The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore by Theowyn
  • Dumbledorian Ethics by Sarah Putnam Park
  • Albus Dumbledore: Saint, Sinner, Harry’s True Father by lb4075
  • Still Got Your Wand in a Knot? by the Rotfang Conspiracy ‘07

    We also currently have a call out for essays on the topic of “The Mechanics and Meaning of Magic.” If you would like to submit a paper on this subject please email us at scribbulus@the-leaky-cauldron.org. The deadline for submissions is January 2, 2008. Complete information on essay submissions can be found here on our Scribbulus page.

    On a related note, our Scribbulus staff have been continuously updating the past issue sections of our new Scribbulus site. This area contains information on all of our essays, a resource for essay writers, and your frequently asked questions. Readers wishing to explore past issues should check back often for further updates. You can also discuss our essays in our forum on the Leaky Lounge.





  • 2 Responses to December Issue of Scribbulus Now Online

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    Most enjoyable reading.

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    Wow! Man, the “The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore” essay is just the best one I’ve ever read. It opened my eyes, really. I didn’t realize lots of things. It changed my opnion on Dumbledore, I didn’t see him as a cruel manipulator before, u know. It’s a little bit shocking to realize the truth. But there’s this one thing I disagree: Snape asked Dumbledore not to say anything about “snape’s best part”, remember? That’s why Dumbledore didn’t tell Harry about snape’s secret. But I agree that it was unecessary to say what he said, and that he ended up contributing to increase the animosity between the Snape and Harry.

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