Now before you read any further, let me make it very clear that the title of this blog entry refers, not to the author, but to one of the characters, namely,
Dumbledore was a man of words, and of hidden deeds. Deeds for ‘betterment’ (or should I say “for the greater good”? :P ). He thought a lot. About a lot of things.
A typical wise old man? Nah. Much more than that.
- An old man... if you’d call being over a hundred and fifty years old.
- An astute old man. Not to mention being an extremely perceptive one.
- An astute old man with an uncanny sense of humor. Yeah I know. I’ve seen that a lot of times in the books. Quite silly actually. But hey! Remember? A hundred and fifty?
- We know, from
So wow! A brainy one! Ok. That was pretty lame. But then, I guess you know what I am
- In the first book,
Ah... nobility. Yes. Dumbledore was indeed a noble person.
- Dumbledore was the one that brought Voldy into the wizarding world, and he was one of the people that taught him. Hence
Anyway, Dumbledore was a brilliant character to be introduced to the readers by JKR. And really, I am quite out of words to er... express my views on this. But I guess that you get my drift. All in praise of Dumbledore!!!