In Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Response

After you post your own reply, you will post a reply to two of your peers on the discussion board. Your reply should go beyond like/dislike to make a
comment about their critical thinking, creativity, etc. Your response should be at least 100 words. Note: you will not be able to see your peers’ reply
until you have made your own post.
This is the reply to Cassidy Eneix (100 words)
In Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, words of treat are written on Gringott’s bank’s doors. When they enter the bank, the reader is made
known that they will feel greed, but are warned not to steal. The passage also instills fear by writing, “For those who take but do not earn, Must pay
most dearly in their turn,” warning the reader again. In the closing statement, “Thief, you have been warned; beware, of finding more than treasure
there.”, it alerts the reader of protectors of the bank if they were to try and steal.
This is the second reply to Reid Flora (100 words)
In Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, engraved on the doors of Gringott’s Bank is a message. Telling a traveler to come inside but pay close
attention. That inside these doors awaits sin and greed, giving a warning about going inside. If you take what’s not yours, that is greedy and a sin that
must be reimbursed. So don’t go searching for something that isn’t yours. Unless you’re ready to face the consequences. (Harry Potter 57

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