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In Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone by JK Rowling there are many cases of good vs evil Here there are the humans that have no magical powers And there are the humans which have magical powers The humans with no magical powers are referred to as the muggles and the humans with magical powers are referred to as wizards and witches The wizards live somewhere down in the earth while the humans live on earthThe muggles and the wizards do not like each other To the muggles the wizards are evil while the muggles are good The wizards are evil according to the muggles for the fact that they dress differently than the muggles do And also wizards have magical powers which makes them evil to the muggles Because the muggles do not have magical powers and the wizards and witches do the muggles believe that they will be harmed Another reason they are considered evil is because by knowing one and associating with them a muggle would be an outcast in the community and no one wants thatTo the wizards and witches the muggles are evil while they are good This may be because the muggles look at the wizards and witches as being evil and this may be a way of getting revenge The wizards and witches find it very odd how the muggles go through the day without using any magic because magic makes the wizards and witches live much easier They also believe that they are evil because when wizards and witches go on earth where the muggles live The muggles stare at them like they are some type of freaks because they were robes And the wizards and witches do not like this and believe that the muggles are evilEven though neither the muggles nor the wizards and witches are evil as a whole both are thought to be evil by the other party The muggles do not hurt
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