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Name: Nic Potter (Signed) · Date: 11/19/05 12:02 · For: Lance V.
Marvellous, I liked it from the start. Is the parable of cave going to be included?

Name: HermyRox12 (Signed) · Date: 11/16/05 18:44 · For: Lance V.
Good. A lack of humor, but still good. I like this. I usually wouldn't enjoy reading stories like this, but you've got me hooked.

Name: rileyowen (Anonymous) · Date: 11/15/05 13:17 · For: Lance V.
This was different but good. I didn't really see the humour, but i liked it anyway and i think in its own way it deserves a 10/10 because i'm naturally just a kind, caring, charming person. *Grins like an idiot*

Name: Insane (Signed) · Date: 11/14/05 23:00 · For: Lance V.
Hehe, I like this. It amuses me, and makes me feel a bit more mature at the same time! It seems like it might be a tough thing to write, though, so I may have to wait a little while for updates.

Name: hal_01 (Signed) · Date: 11/14/05 19:41 · For: Lance V.
this is quite interesting. it's a bit far off from humour, but wa'ev'. Frankly I liked it. I'll keep reading it.

Name: redheadedluv87 (Signed) · Date: 11/14/05 14:39 · For: Zach L. 2005
hey. I thought that this was funny-to an extent, because I enjoy philosophy myself and often ponder the universe and its courses. It was weird to have Harry reading a psychology book, seeing as they attend Hogwarts, and psychology is a Muggle tradition. In saying this, however, I do think that you have a point with this work. Know thyself-it is an amazing statement that the Oracle at Delphi teaches us. I am glad that someone chose to explore the philosophical ends of Harry Potter. Good Job!

Name: Lilypudding (Signed) · Date: 11/13/05 20:34 · For: Zach L. 2005
Why is this humor? Maybe its just me but its not that funny unless you think about Harry Potter studying physcology. I think Hermione should be the one being all what is education, and why would Harry be reading a phycology book anyway? Also why would Harry read Hogwarts, A History? However, its a good idea and you did a very good job writing it I just don't see it being a hit, really. The idea of Harry Potter studying physcology is amusing, yes, but is it amusing enough to write into a fic? Although it is a great idea for educational purposes, and very creative, I just don't think it will appeal to alot of viewers- the word education sort of does that.

Name: notabanana (Signed) · Date: 11/13/05 14:24 · For: Zach L. 2005
At first I thought this story was a joke. Now, I'm just confused plain and simple. Is this really for a class? Why is it under "Humor Fics"? What is the meaning of life?

Name: Asirien (Signed) · Date: 11/13/05 13:53 · For: Zach L. 2005
Interesting and thoughtful, but it doesn't fit under humour. Was Hermione misspelled on purpose?

Name: HermyRox12 (Signed) · Date: 11/12/05 21:45 · For: Zach L. 2005
Interesting... I like it. Makes you think about education. Hmmm. Never thought about it like that before. Don't see why it was funny, but that is just me. ♫HermyRox12♫

Name: Quidditch_Freak (Signed) · Date: 11/12/05 17:37 · For: Zach L. 2005
... heh? It was well written but i don't see how that's funny. It should most likely be put in the gerneral section. :)

Name: deanine (Signed) · Date: 11/12/05 15:06 · For: Zach L. 2005
This is an interesting thoughtful piece of fiction. You're taking Harry Potter and fundamentally using him as a tool to explore the concept of education. It has an amusing moment or two (Though I don't think I got all the jokes - I'm philosophically challenged.)

On style, this is largely a script rather than straight prose. And I'm not usually as big a fan of scripts. I got the impression that was a conscious stylistic choice and likely relates to the way Plato wrote his arguments. I've heard Plato restated but never read his original wordings so I'm not sure on that point?

Grammar comment: You skipped tense early on. You start in past tense and move to present tense.

Overall: This was an original take on fanfiction, and an educational one. Best of luck with your future endeavors in the genre, and Happy writing!

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