Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

by

J. K. Rowling

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Ginny Weasley Character Analysis

Ron's younger sister; she's a third-year in Gryffindor. She's had a crush on Harry since she first met him three years ago and blushes every time she sees him. She agrees to go to the Yule Ball with Neville so she has the chance to go (it's open to fourth years and higher, though younger students can attend if invited) and tries to stand up for Neville and Hermione when Ron and Harry make fun of them.
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Ginny Weasley Character Timeline in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

The timeline below shows where the character Ginny Weasley appears in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter Five
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...Mr. Weasley never actually intended to tell his wife. As he shifts nervously, Hermione and Ginny appear and suggest that Ron and Harry come upstairs. (full context)
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Harry follows Ron, Hermione, and Ginny as Ron explains that Fred and George have started a business called Weasley's Wizard Wheezes.... (full context)
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In Ron's room, Harry notices the tiny owl. Ron explains that Ginny named the owl Pigwidgeon, which he hates, so he calls the owl Pig. He says... (full context)
Chapter Nine
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...plans, and Mr. Weasley decides not to ask. The group stays up late talking until Ginny falls asleep at the table. Harry dreams about playing in the World Cup but jerks... (full context)
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Mr. Weasley tells Fred, George, Ron, Harry, Hermione, and Ginny to head for the woods while he, Percy, Bill, and Charlie help the Ministry. After... (full context)
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...to give any and when they reach the tent, they discover that Fred, George, and Ginny already made it back. Mr. Weasley explains what just happened and Ron expresses confusion about... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Two
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...room, Harry sees Ron sitting in a corner with a strange look on his face. Ginny is speaking softly to him. Ginny explains to Harry that Ron asked Fleur to the... (full context)
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...climbs through the portrait hole, confused as to why the boys didn't come to dinner. Ginny tells her that girls turned Harry and Ron down for the ball. Ron tells Hermione... (full context)