At the opening of the school year, Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore, announces that there will be no Quidditch tournaments this particular year.
Instead, the Triwizard Tournament will be held which is a competition of greatest respect between three main magical high schools that has not taken place in the last seven hundred years.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is book number four in Rowling's series.
Although Harry does not fit Campbell's Hero Cycle exactly, there are enough elements of this cycle to call Harry Potter a hero.
In the first book readers see Harry discover that he is famous for the first time, however his new found fame doesn’t really seem to impact him.
In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets readers see that Harry actually dislikes his fame. Though, Lockhart is oblivious to this and ends up offending Harry by assuming that he seeks fame the same way he does.He is famous within the wizard community for having warded off a curse from Voldemort, the most powerful dark wizard.Although this event occurred when Harry was only an infant, Harry managed to reverse the curse and take away Voldemort's power.This can be seen in his distaste of people like Lucius and Draco.Another characteristic which Rowling builds on is how Harry deals with fame.First, Harry's departure begins with his call to adventure when his name comes out of the Goblet of Fire.Harry crosses the threshold by participating in the Triwizard Tournament.By the end of the novel, readers can see Harry as a bit more developed, but not as a completely different person.The second novel in the Harry Porter series isn’t too different from the first in that it enforces many of the characteristics readers have already learned about Harry from the first novel.Harry Potter is the hero in a series of books written by J. At age eleven, Harry is told the truth about his past. Harry Potter's story begins when he is born into a world full of magic but is raised by nonmagical people, also known as muggles.