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This answer contains spoilers…(view spoiler)< You point is definitely valid, but it lacks in symbolism in comparison with Rowling"s plot.

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The Basilisk, Slytherin"s snake, was killed by Gryffindor"…more You point is definitely valid, but it lacks in symbolism in comparison with Rowling"s plot. The Basilisk, Slytherin"s snake, was killed by Gryffindor"s sword. Only the heir of Slytherin can control the snake. Only a true Gryffindor can pull Godric"s sword out of the sorting hat.

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I think it was important that Harry Potter defeated the basilisk as a Gryffindor(his own soul), rather than a Slytherin(the fragment of Voldemort"s soul in him).Furthermore, even though Harry Potter & the diary were both Horcruxes(in other words, had fragments of the heir"s soul), the latter was created by choice when Riddle"s soul was still intact, whereas the horcrux in Harry was created by accident, beacause Voldemort"s crippled soul was too unstable. Moreover, out of all the inanimate horcuxes, the diary was the one that seemed to have more complex thought and it was the only one that communicated with people lượt thích an actual human being(the other horcruxes tried to lớn deceive or corrupt by sounds or visions, while the diary held actual dialogues).So one might think that the diary was a more powerful horcrux, or that it had a larger or more stable fragment of Vordemort"s soul, therefore even if Harry tried to stop him in parseltongue, Tom Riddle"s "phantom" might have a better chance of controlling the snake.Finally, I agree with an answer that I read, that the diary was an inanimate object và a pure vessel of Tom"s soul, as opposed to lớn the other horcrux which coexisted with Harry"s soul. The entirety of the diary consists in Voldemort"s soul. Harry Potter is a living person with feelings and thought of his own -a true Gryffindor, as the sword proved. (less) (hide spoiler)>