Selection Of 20 Interesting Research Paper Topics About Joanne Rowling

Many of you have heard about the famous series on Harry Potter and have a liking and admiration for it. You may bare me witness that majority of you, especially children, are fanatics of the Harry Potter series. Well, here is the good news if you did not know, Joanne K. Rowling is the author. Let's have a brief recap of who Joanne Rowling is. She was born in 1965 in England. For a period of one year, she pursued a degree in Classics and French. She got married to Jorge Arantes, a journalist, in 1992 October and gave birth to a baby girl, Jessica. However, she got a divorce and later went to live in UK. Nevertheless, she is now married to Neil Murray and both have two kids together. Her first series of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone" was first completed and published in the year 1997.

How to make your choice

One's individual life is a wide scope where you can never lack a research topic. Rowling's life is one great place you would want to base your research on because everyone wants to learn the real her, that is, her personal life, accomplishments, setbacks and many more. Journal, articles and magazines that talk about famous people, will guide you in acquiring the best data for your paper. Her famous books will also be a good secondary source of information.

Below is a list of the top 20 interesting research paper topics on her life as well as her famous books:

  • Rowling's biography.
  • Source of inspiration in writing her books.
  • Successful career path.
  • Elements of social commentary in all Harry Potter series.
  • Vision of morality from Rowling's books.
  • Individual accomplishment and contributions.
  • Joanne's piece of works.
  • Joanne Rowling pen names.
  • Joanne Rowling fiction analysis.
  • Rowling's educational background.
  • Amazing quotes from Joanne.
  • Interesting facts you did not know.
  • Is she an androgynous writer?
  • Literary elements used by Joanne in her pieces of work.
  • Traditional literature appeal in her books. Why and how.
  • Parental role in Joanne's list of books.
  • Failure: positive or negative implications.
  • Research papers on death studies.
  • Rowling's lawsuit against Lexion.
  • Rowling's path of fortune and fame.

  • In conclusion, she states that she no longer intends to continue with the Harry Potter series.