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Fred & George: A Short Character Analysis
Right, so first off I'm a big fan of the twins: both twins, not just Fred. I've always appreciated both as separate characters and I've never really understood how so many people never picked up on their differences. So I decided to do what I do best - RANT (wayhey!). Keep in mind this is just my own opinion based on what I've read in books 1-7.
In the first place it's important to know and understand the twins' differences, especially if you're writing a story that puts particular focus on them. Yes, both twins are bonkers, fun-loving, flirtatious, stubborn and lest we forget both in the possession of a razor sharp wit. The books may describe them as identical right down to the last freckle, but this doesn't mean that they are one hundred percent identical in personality - no twins are. In fact, if Fred and George were the same they wouldn't make such a good team. Fred and George are a perfect double act and in any double act you
HP: a girl's life 1I bet Potter isnt going to enjoy this spell. A blonde boy smirked as he shut the book he was reading in. It was a book about curses and hexes and he just found a spell to humiliate Harry Potter incredibly. He walked out of the library to get to the dungeons for potions class. Crabbe and Goyle caught up with him and they were the first to arrive. Next was the golden trio, well two of them, Ron Weasley wasnt there.More Like This
It was you, wasnt it?! Harry yelled at Draco.
What, Potter? Draco yelled back.
YOU YOU Oh forget it! Harry turned his back at him.
You mean that little accident with weasel Draco smirked thinking back to his previous action.
You bastard, how dare you curse him like that?! Harry faced him and was about to punch Draco in the face. But the blonde stepped back.
What, I just gave him some weasel parts, thats what he is, right? Just a little disgusting weasel.&