T5W -15th of June

Favourite Literary Fathers/Father Figures

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme created by Lainey from Gingerreadslainey. Each week there’s a different book related topic that requries you get to list your top five books related to the topic.

So, without further ado-

  1. One has to be Arthur Weasley from Harry Potter, he just has a special place in my heart. tumblr_myu0049Tjt1seiy98o2_r1_500.gif
  2. Two has to be Sirius Black from Harry Potter. Ah, Sirius! 

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3. Haymitch Abernathy from The Hunger Games. I know some might disagree with me here but come on, in the end his sarcastic nature worked well with Katniss and I for one, adored him. 

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4. Hagrid from Harry Potter – He was always the friend that Harry Potter needed and he provided him with the guidance he deserved. I am sorry for bombarding this tag with Harry Potter references but I adore them. I just want to hug him, always! 

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 5. Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird

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  1. So many great father figures in Harry Potter! Haymitch is someone I would have never even considered as fatherly but when I think about it I agree with you, he cared for those two in his own crazy way.

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  2. What a great selection, father figures are definitely my favorite, especially those that have an aura of mystery. I definitely have to agree with Haymitch. Even though he was struggling against his own demons, he helped Katniss and Peeta fight against theirs.

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  3. These are all great. Atticus is my favorite here though. Gregory Peck nailed the part of Atticus Finch! We were lucky enough to take a trip to Harper Lee’s home town, where her inspiration came from, and were able to see the play and the courthouse, etc. That Atticus was amazing too, I swear that he was channeling Peck.

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