The Death of Harry Potter

Many people predict that Harry will not survive the “Deathly Hallows.”
bq.Although Rowling didn’t specify precisely when and how Potter will meet his doom, fans took for granted that he will die and are appalled by the very idea. One aficionado wrote, quote, ‘I truly feel that for Rowling to kill off any of the trio would reflect a callousness towards children I don’t wish to contemplate’, completely ignoring the fact that the author only hinted that the main character may die. – “Elena Gorgan(Fans’ Violent Reaction To Harry Potter’s Death)”:http://news.softpedia.com/news/Fans-039-Violent-Reaction-To-Harry-Potter-039-s-Death-28610.shtml Last Week, at the “HP Panel(At Harry Potter panel at Oasis)”:http://twitter.com/michaelkpate/statuses/79471542 at Oasis, we discussed whether his death was imminent. The consensus was that it was not. One of the most eloquent arguments was by one audience member that having him die after undergoing all his struggles would send children who had enjoyed the series the wrong message. I can’t disagree.
bq.For everyone who has dreamt of walking the streets of Diagon Alley, they soon will have the chance.”The Wizarding World of Harry Potter” at Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park will make the magical world of the famous book a reality for its legions of fans. Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Universal Orlando Resort are partnering to create the worlds first fully immersive Harry Potter themed environment based on J.K. Rowling’s books and the Warner Bros. films. “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter” is expected to open in 2009. – “ABC News(Harry Potter Sneak Peek)”:http://www.abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/popup?id=3236199 It could just be me, but I can’t quite see launching a theme park based on a dead literary character.