Happy 39th birthday, Ginny Weasley!

Happy 39th birthday, Ginny Weasley!
It was August 11, 1981 when Ginevra Molly Weasley, the last of the Weasley brothers and better known as Ginny, was born into the largest and most beloved family of the Harry Potter saga. The youngest of seven brothers and the only girl of the house, Ginny Weasley has managed to carve out a place in the heart of the Potterheads, the name that fans of the Harry Potter saga use to call each other. Her strength and her incredible growth path led her, from a shy and awkward girl, to being the warrior who, to protect her loved ones, bravely faced Bellatrix Lestrange during the Battle of Hogwarts. Let's go and find out together what makes this young and enterprising witch so special.

Ginny Weasley, the indomitable fighter

Besides being the girlfriend, then wife, of the protagonist, Ginny Weasley is so much more. Ginny turns out to be a capable fighter, a tenacious woman and a loyal friend, as anyone who has read the books will know and as anyone who has stopped in the movies has had little opportunity to appreciate. In the first chapters of the story Ginny barely appears, she seems a shy and unimportant character. Rowling misleads readers, convincing them that Ginny is a weak girl, a "lovesick" teenager who values ​​her crush more than anything else, or an easy victim to fool.

The Ginny's value as a skilled and capable witch is suggested to us by the fact that, at the age of 15, thanks to her Orcovolanti Hexes, she manages to enter the Slughlub, the group of students preferred by Horace Slughorn, professor of Potions at the School of Magic and Witchcraft of Hogwarts. In fact, the professor usually surrounds himself with the most gifted and brilliant students, according to him destined to have fame and success.

The same year, and shows his tenacity by becoming part of the team of Quidditch ron weasley in the role of seeker , replacing Harry, forced to skip the games because of a punishment inflicted by Snape during the final of the Quidditch Cup . Ginny in fact she trained hard all summer, taking secretly the scope of his older brothers, and has managed not only to get the role more scope, but also to win the tournament at your own home.

As if this were not enough, Ginny, in Harry Potter and the order of the phoenix , when the school passed under the control of Dolores Umbridge , gives proof of his sagacity and of his own courage. The Umbridge is, in fact, been invested with the role of principal by the minister of magic, Cornelius Caramel , mistakenly convinced of the fact that Dumbledore creating an army for the purpose of threatening and dominate the magical world. The young witch joins spontaneously to Dumbledore's Army , ignoring the explicit orders of the new president and is herself to find the name for this club “not authorized” , making fun of the unfounded fears of the minister of magic.

In Harry Potter and the deathly hallows, once again, will replace Harry Potter, putting himself at the lead of Dumbledore's Army with Neville Paciock and Luna Lovegood . The value of the girl is also evident during the battle of Hogwarts . In charge of blowing the bridge, as well as carry out its task, it is taking care of the wounded and joins his friends Hermione Granger and Luna Lovegood to face the fearsome death eaters Bellatrix Lestrange , coming almost hit by an Avada Kedavra.

The history of love Harry Potter

One of the reasons why the public remembers Ginny Weasley is also, without a doubt, the history of love, undertaken with Harry Potter . The two meet for the first time when Ginny is very young, just ten years old , while he is accompanied with his mother, Molly's brothers, Ron , Fred, and George to platform 9¾. The curiosity of Ginny to Harry is that, on this occasion, asks the mother to get on the train to see the legendary “boy who survived” . Demand that Molly will deny, inviting the small one to see him as a person and not as a zoo animal.

The clues on the love story between Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley, you can already see from this first meeting, as it is also underlined in the essay “Ginny Weasley: Why?” within the “the Harry Potter Lexicon” , published in October 2003 by the writer the Water Witch . According to the writer, the scene where Ginny runs after the train to greet his brother Ron and peeking from afar the famous Harry Potter, would have been inserted by the author as an homage to the scenes that are typical of the romantic movie starting already from the years ’30, have dominated the big screen, as well as an allusion to the place where the parents of J. K. Rowling met .

In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets , J. K. Rowling has created a connection between Harry and Ginny, making the young Weasley, the only other student to be compared with Lord Voldemort, and having tried the experience of having the Dark Lord in his head. In Harry Potter and the order of the phoenix , Ginny is distinguished for its strong character. On the day of your seventeenth birthday, Harry, in fact, Ginny takes him to his room and kisses him passionately , becoming the woman who will fall in love with her Harry Potter in the last two chapters of the saga, becoming a partner , as defined by the same author, on the same level .

The love story between them, as in every novel worthy of the name, is finally crowned with a marriage , never described by J. K. Rowling, and this became the subject of a lot of fan fiction, and with three beautiful children: James Sirius, Albus Severus and Lily Luna .

- life after Hogwarts

In the final chapter of Harry Potter and the deathly hallows , we see Ginny happily married with Harry while he accompanies his eldest son, James Sirius at platform 9 ¾ for her first day at the School of Witchcraft and wizardry Hogwarts. Of the events in the life of Ginny after Hogwarts, J. K. Rowling has not told us very much.

Prior to the release of Harry Potter and the curse of the heir, we can find some clue in the content that the author has published on the various editions of Pottermore.

From statements made by the author on social, we know that Ginny graduated , unlike his brother, Ron, going back to school after the epic final battle of the first story arc of the saga and, after graduating, he embarked on a short career as a player of Quidditch professional in the Holyhead Harpies , playing the role of huntress. This team of professional Quidditch is famous for being totally feminine and plays in the British and Irish Quidditch League . The team has its headquarters in the town of Holyhead , in the north-west of Wales, and was founded in 1203 , winning the first place of the second oldest club in the league.

Abandoned his career as a professional player to dedicate more time to the family, Ginny continues, however, to work in the competition sector, writing for the sports section of the Journal of the Prophet as a correspondent . The work as a journalist has been revealed for the first time in 2014 , when, on the old portal Pottermore , J. K. Rowling published the chronicle of the 427esima Quidditch World Cup , signed, precisely, by Ginny Weasley.

This is Ginny Weasley, a fighter with a heart of gold who, with tenacity and courage she fought for love, fought for freedom, has fought for its ideals and to raise their children in a better world. Good thirty-ninth birthday Ginny Weasley Potter!

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