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P. 43). However, she is also learning to kill. On her first trip to the Undertomb, she is tasked with deciding the method of execution for several chained prisoners. Here, her id, or animalistic side, is trained to express itself in violence and blood lust, not the playfulness of a child. She fantasizes and plans executions to be particularly cruel, “more elaborate, better suited to the rituals of the Empty Throne” (p. 53). Her repressed id is surfacing in her rage and violence. Arha’s learning is difficult, and it involves hard work and sacrifice, but it is only based on memorization, submission, and obedience.
K. Rowling’s (1997) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone is participation in the Sorting ceremony in which students are placed into one of four Houses according to their innate abilities and personality traits. The Sorting Hat itself begins the ceremony with an expository poem to explain the process and briefly outline each of the four Houses. When Harry’s turn comes, the Hat takes a long time to make its decision, debating about an appropriate placement for the young wizard. ’ said the [Sorting Hat’s] small voice.