In the book, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the main idea is that Harry has been chosen to compete in the Tri» wizard Tournament (even though he does not meet the requirements to participate) so that someone could abduct and kill him. Throughout the book, there were many problems and conflicts which finally led to the main problem being solved. The first problem that Harry faced was being chosen to compete as a fourth competitor in the “Hi-wizard tournament.
Since Harry didn’t put his name in the Goblet of Fire, he soon realized that someone wanted to kill him. The second conflict that Harry and his friends faced was their new Defense Against the Ans teacher, Mad-Eye Moody. He was known for catching Death Eaters and came to Hogwarts for “special purposes”. Harry decided to trust Moody that ultimately introduced the main theme of the book, betrayal.
Moody was ironically a disguised Death Eater while the real Moody was stuck in confinement, He was the inside man who fed information to Voldemort and almost got Harry killed.
Because of this devastating betrayal, many other conflicts occurred such as the death of Cedric Diggory, Tri—wizard Tournament competitor, and the rise of Voldemort. Another main problem that Harry faced was the tasks of the tournament, Before the betrayal, Moody helped Harry to accomplish the tasks which were all part of Voldemort‘s plan. These tasks included fighting dragons, staying alive under water for extended periods of time and making their way through a maze that would easily kill them.
During the climax of the story, Harry was challenged to a duel with Voldemort where he escaped by the skin of his teeth, All of these main problems drove the plot forward and contributed to the excitement of the story. In the end, Harry Potter won the Triwizard tournament and managed to escape from Voldemort for the fourth time in a row.