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The Book of Harry

How the boy wizard won over religious critics -- and the deeper meaning theologians now see in his tale

(Boston Globe Photo / Tim Bower)
By Michael Paulson
August 16, 2009

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The world of religion was not, at first, particularly enthusiastic about the arrival of the Potter boy. (Full article: 2141 words)

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