Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

by

J. K. Rowling

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Harry Potter Character Analysis

A fourteen-year-old wizard who attends Hogwarts. As a baby, the Dark Lord Voldemort tried to kill Harry but because Harry's mother Lily sacrificed herself, the curse backfired and almost entirely destroyed Voldemort instead. Because of this, Harry has been raised by his Muggle aunt and uncle, Petunia and Vernon. Harry is still a child at the beginning of the novel but as the novel progresses, he begins to understand that the Wizarding world is much larger than he gave it credit for. He learns that there are Wizarding schools around the world and, most importantly, discovers at the Quidditch World Cup just how terrifying Voldemort's reign of terror was. Harry isn't upset when, upon learning that the Triwizard Tournament will take place at Hogwarts, he also learns that students under the age of seventeen can't compete: because Harry is famous, he's excited to be able to take a backseat. However, someone puts Harry's name in the Goblet of Fire and Harry is chosen as a fourth champion. In the early days of the Tournament, Harry learns that he can't trust everything he reads when the journalist Rita Skeeter publishes sensationalist articles about him. Over the course of the three tasks, Harry dedicates himself to behaving kindly and empathetically to his fellow competitors, though he struggles to do so with Cedric when Cedric takes Cho, the girl Harry likes, to the Yule Ball. Much to Harry's surprise, he's tied with Cedric for the lead by the start of the third task and demonstrates his commitment to being kind and sharing his fame when he suggests that he and Cedric tie and share the glory. This, however, results in Cedric being murdered by Wormtail when both he and Harry are transported to a graveyard for the purpose of returning Voldemort to his body. Harry shows that he's learned the power of caring for others when he agrees to bring Cedric's body back to Hogwarts. Because of Rita Skeeter's smear campaign, Fudge doesn't believe Harry's story that Voldemort has returned. Harry gives his prize money to Fred and George to start their joke shop.

Harry Potter Quotes in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

The Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire quotes below are all either spoken by Harry Potter or refer to Harry Potter . For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:
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). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Scholastic edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire published in 2002.
Chapter Five Quotes

"Those two!" she burst out savagely, now pulling pots and pans out of a cupboard, and Harry knew she meant Fred and George. "I don't know what's going to happen to them, I really don't. No ambition, unless you count making as much trouble as they possibly can..."

Related Characters: Mrs. Weasley (speaker), Harry Potter , Fred Weasley , George Weasley
Page Number: 58
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Chapter Seven Quotes

Harry laughed but didn't voice the amazement he felt at hearing about other Wizarding schools. He supposed, now that he saw representatives of so many nationalities in the campsite, that he had been stupid never to realize that Hogwarts couldn't be the only one.

Related Characters: Harry Potter
Page Number: 85
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Chapter Eight Quotes

"House-elves is not paid, sir!" she said in a muffled squeak. "No, no, no. I says to Dobby, I says, go find yourself a nice family and settle down, Dobby. He is getting up to all sorts of high jinks, sir, what is unbecoming of a house-elf. You goes racketing around like this, Dobby, I says, and next thing I hear you's up in front of the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, like some common goblin."

Related Characters: Winky (speaker), Harry Potter , Hermione Granger , Dobby
Page Number: 98
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Chapter Nine Quotes

"I don't get it," said Ron, frowning. "I mean...it's still only a shape in the sky..."

"Ron, You-Know-Who and his followers sent the Dark Mark into the air whenever they killed," said Mr. Weasley. "The terror it inspired...you have no idea, you're too young. Just picture coming home and finding the Dark Mark hovering over your house, and knowing what you're about to find inside..." Mr. Weasley winced. "Everyone's worst fear...the very worst..."

Page Number: 142
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Chapter Fourteen Quotes

"Now, according to the Ministry of Magic, I'm supposed to teach you countercurses and leave it at that. I'm not supposed to show you what illegal Dark curses look like until you're in the sixth year. You're not supposed to be old enough to deal with it till then. But Professor Dumbledore's got a higher opinion of your nerves, he reckons you can cope, and I say, the sooner you know what you're up against, the better."

Page Number: 211-12
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He heard Ron come up into the dormitory a short while later, but he did not speak to him. For a long time, Harry lay staring up at the dark canopy of his bed. The dormitory was completely silent, and, had he been less preoccupied, Harry would have realized that the absence of Neville's usual snores meant that he was not the only one lying awake.

Page Number: 227
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Chapter Fifteen Quotes

"It's all in Hogwarts: A History. Though, of course, that book's not entirely reliable. A Revised History of Hogwarts would be a more accurate title. Or A Highly Biased and Selective History of Hogwarts, Which Glosses Over the Nastier Aspects of the School."

"What are you on about?" said Ron, though Harry thought he knew what was coming.

"House-elves!" said Hermione, her eyes flashing. "Not once, in over a thousand pages, does Hogwarts: A History mention that we are all colluding in the oppression of a hundred slaves!"

Related Characters: Ron Weasley (speaker), Hermione Granger (speaker), Harry Potter
Related Symbols: Hogwarts: A History
Page Number: 238
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Chapter Eighteen Quotes

"Oh Harry, isn't it obvious?" Hermione said despairingly. "He's jealous!"

"Jealous?" Harry said incredulously. "Jealous of what? He wants to make a prat of himself in front of the whole school, does he?"

"Look," said Hermione patiently, "it's always you who gets all the attention, you know it is. I know it's not your fault," she added quickly, seeing Harry open his mouth furiously. "I know you don't ask for it...but--well--Ron's got all those brothers to compete against at home, and you're his best friend, and you're really famous--he's always shunted to one side whenever people see you, and he puts up with it, and he never mentions it, but I suppose this is just one time too many..."

Related Characters: Harry Potter (speaker), Hermione Granger (speaker), Ron Weasley
Page Number: 290
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"Testing...my name is Rita Skeeter, Daily Prophet reporter."

Harry looked down quickly at the quill. The moment Rita Skeeter had spoken, the green quill had started to scribble, skidding across the parchment:

Attractive blonde Rita Skeeter, forty-three, whose savage quill has punctured many inflated reputations--

Related Characters: Rita Skeeter (speaker), Harry Potter
Related Symbols: Quick-Quotes Quill
Page Number: 304
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Chapter Nineteen Quotes

"--and reading between the lines of that Skeeter woman's article last month, Moody was attacked the night before he started at Hogwarts. Yes, I know she says it was another false alarm," Sirius said hastily, seeing Harry about to speak, "but I don't think so, somehow. I think someone tried to stop him from getting to Hogwarts. I think someone knew their job would be a lot more difficult with him around. And no one's going to look into it too closely; Mad-Eye's heard intruders a bit too often."

Page Number: 333
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Chapter Twenty Quotes

"Why are you telling me?" he asked.

Harry looked at him in disbelief. He was sure Cedric wouldn't have asked that if he had seen the dragons himself. Harry wouldn't have let his worst enemy face those monsters unprepared--well, perhaps Malfoy or Snape...

"It's just...fair, isn't it?" he said to Cedric. "We all know now...we're on an even footing, aren't we?"

Related Characters: Harry Potter (speaker), Cedric Diggory (speaker)
Page Number: 341
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Chapter Twenty-Three Quotes

"He's from Durmstrang!" spat Ron. "He's competing against Harry! Against Hogwarts! You--you're--" Ron was obviously casting around for words strong enough to describe Hermione's crime, "fraternizing with the enemy, that's what you're doing!"

Related Characters: Ron Weasley (speaker), Harry Potter , Hermione Granger , Viktor Krum
Page Number: 421
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"But what's it matter if his mother was a giantess?" said Harry.

"Well...no one who knows him will care, 'cos they'll know he's not dangerous," said Ron slowly. "But...Harry, they're just vicious, giants. It's like Hagrid said, they're like trolls...they just like killing, everyone knows that."

Related Characters: Harry Potter (speaker), Ron Weasley (speaker), Hagrid , Madame Maxime
Page Number: 430
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Chapter Twenty-Six Quotes

"What did you bring her for?"

"Fleur didn't turn up, I couldn't leave her," Harry panted.

"Harry, you prat," said Ron, "you didn't take that song thing seriously, did you? Dumbledore wouldn't have let any of us drown!"

"The song said--"

"It was only to make sure you got back inside the time limit!" said Ron. "I hope you didn't waste time down there acting the hero!"

Harry felt both stupid and annoyed. It was all very well for Ron; he'd been asleep, he hadn't felt how eerie it was down in the lake, surrounded by spear-carrying merpeople who'd looked more than capable of murder.

Related Characters: Harry Potter (speaker), Ron Weasley (speaker), Fleur Delacour , Gabrielle
Page Number: 503
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Chapter Twenty-Seven Quotes

"Yes," said Hermione in a heated voice, "he sacked her, just because she hadn't stayed in her tent and let herself get trampled--"

"Hermione, will you give it a rest with the elf!" said Ron.

Sirius shook his head and said, "She's got the measure of Crouch better than you have, Ron. If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals."

Related Characters: Ron Weasley (speaker), Hermione Granger (speaker), Sirius Black (speaker), Harry Potter , Mr. Crouch , Winky
Page Number: 525
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"Crouch let his son off? I thought you had the measure of him, Hermione! Anything that threatened to tarnish his reputation had to go; he had dedicated his whole life to becoming Minister of Magic. You saw him dismiss a devoted house-elf because she associated him with the Dark Mark again--doesn't that tell you what he's like? Crouch's fatherly affection stretched just far enough to give his son a trial, and by all accounts, it wasn't much more than an excuse for Crouch to show how much he hated the boy...then he sent him straight to Azkaban."

Page Number: 528
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Chapter Twenty-Eight Quotes

Harry looked over at the fireplace too. Winky was sitting on the same stool as last time, but she had allowed herself to become so filthy that she was not immediately distinguishable from the smoke-blackened brick behind her. Her clothes were ragged and unwashed. She was clutching a bottle of butterbeer and swaying slightly on her stool, staring into the fire. As they watched her, she gave an enormous hiccup.

"Winky is getting through six bottles a day now," Dobby whispered to Harry.

Related Characters: Dobby (speaker), Harry Potter , Hermione Granger , Winky
Page Number: 536
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Chapter Thirty Quotes

Dumbledore gave Harry a very sharp look. "Has Neville never told you why he has been brought up by his grandmother?" he said.

Harry shook his head, wondering, as he did so, how he could have failed to ask Neville this, in almost four years of knowing him.

Page Number: 602
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Chapter Thirty-One Quotes

As Harry took off his glasses and climbed into his four-poster, he imagined how it must feel to have parents still living but unable to recognize you. He often got sympathy from strangers for being an orphan, but as he listened to Neville's snores, he thought that Neville deserved it more than he did.

Related Characters: Harry Potter , Neville Longbottom
Page Number: 607
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Chapter Thirty-Three Quotes

"And I answer myself, perhaps they believed a still greater power could exist, one that could vanquish even Lord Voldemort...perhaps they now pay allegiance to another...perhaps that champion of commoners, of Mudbloods and Muggles, Albus Dumbledore?"

Related Characters: Lord Voldemort (speaker), Harry Potter , Professor Dumbledore
Page Number: 648
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Chapter Thirty-Six Quotes

"For heaven's sake, Dumbledore--the boy was full of some crackpot story at the end of last year too--his tales are getting taller, and you're still swallowing them--the boy can talk to snakes, Dumbledore, and you think he's trustworthy?"

"You fool!" Professor McGonagall cried. "Cedric Diggory! Mr. Crouch! These deaths were not the random work of a lunatic!"

Page Number: 706
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"The second step you must take--and at once," Dumbledore pressed on, "is to send envoys to the giants."

"Envoys to the giants?" Fudge shrieked, finding his tongue again. "What madness is this?"

"Extend the hand of friendship, now, before it is too late," said Dumbledore, "or Voldemort will persuade them, as he did before, that he alone among wizards will give them their rights and their freedom!"

Related Characters: Professor Dumbledore (speaker), Cornelius Fudge (speaker), Harry Potter , Lord Voldemort
Page Number: 708
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Harry Potter Character Timeline in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

The timeline below shows where the character Harry Potter appears in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter One
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Wormtail suggests that they should do "it" without Harry Potter, but Voldemort accuses Wormtail of attempting to desert him and insists that he won't... (full context)
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...being sitting in it, he screams. He dies in a flash of green light, while Harry Potter wakes up hundreds of miles away. (full context)
Chapter Two
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Harry wakes, breathing hard, and feels his lightning bolt-shaped scar, which hurts. He examines it in... (full context)
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Harry has another two weeks before he returns to Hogwarts for his fourth year of school.... (full context)
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Because Harry was unable to clear Sirius of his crime, he couldn’t live with him this summer.... (full context)
Chapter Three
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Soon after, Harry heads downstairs for breakfast. Dudley looks even angrier than usual as he receives his breakfast:... (full context)
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Harry and Vernon argue for a minute and then Harry notes that he's writing to Sirius.... (full context)
Chapter Four
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The next day, Harry is ready to go by noon. Vernon and Petunia are uptight and irritable while Dudley... (full context)
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Harry hears Mr. Weasley tell Fred and George to go back. The Dursleys angrily turn to... (full context)
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Just as Harry steps into the fire, he hears gagging and sees Dudley kneeling, gagging on his tongue,... (full context)
Chapter Five
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As soon as Harry tumbles out of the fireplace in the Burrow, Fred and George excitedly ask if Dudley... (full context)
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Harry follows Ron, Hermione, and Ginny as Ron explains that Fred and George have started a... (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,... (full context)
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...a soup. She angrily talks to herself about Fred and George's lack of ambition as Harry, Ron, and Hermione grab plates and silverware. They hurry out as Mrs. Weasley angrily picks... (full context)
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...down, the twins and Charlie discuss the World Cup. With everyone else occupied, Ron asks Harry about Sirius. Finally, Mrs. Weasley sends everyone to bed. (full context)
Chapter Six
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Harry wakes before dawn when Mrs. Weasley shakes him. In the kitchen Mr. Weasley asks Harry... (full context)
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As they walk, Mr. Weasley tells Harry about all the precautions the Ministry has put in place to organize the World Cup... (full context)
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...to touch the Portkey. They all stand in a circle around the boot and suddenly, Harry feels as though a hook is grabbing his stomach. He lurches forward and flies through... (full context)
Chapter Seven
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Harry gets to his feet and sees that he's on a moor. Two grumpy wizards, dressed... (full context)
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...normal, while others have chimneys, gardens, and turrets. Mr. Weasley finds his spot and asks Harry and Hermione to help him set up the tents. When they're erected, Harry wonders how... (full context)
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When Harry, Ron, and Hermione get to a group of tents covered in green shamrocks in support... (full context)
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After they get their water, Harry, Ron, and Hermione see several other friends from school. Harry realizes how many other Wizarding... (full context)
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...Bertha Jorkins. Mr. Crouch arrives. He's dressed in a crisp suit and looks highly polished; Harry thinks that Percy's idolization makes sense. Mr. Crouch impatiently says that the Bulgarians want them... (full context)
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...performing magic. Ron purchases Ireland souvenirs as well as a figurine of Viktor Krum, while Harry buys both Ron and Hermione Omnioculars, which allow a person to slow down action and... (full context)
Chapter Eight
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...An official points the group straight up the stairs to the top of the stadium. Harry looks around the box to see whom they're sitting with and sees a creature wearing... (full context)
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The box fills over the next half hour and when Cornelius Fudge arrives, he greets Harry warmly. He tries to introduce Harry to the Bulgarian minister, but there appears to be... (full context)
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...begin to throw gold down onto the crowds. Ron throws an armful of gold at Harry to pay for his Omnioculars as the leprechauns sit across the field from the veela.... (full context)
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...game but letting Ireland win because they were so far ahead. The crowd celebrates and Harry hears the Bulgarian Minister sigh that his team fought bravely. Fudge is incensed to learn... (full context)
Chapter Nine
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...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 awake to Mr. Weasley shouting. He... (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... (full context)
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Harry digs in his pocket for his wand but discovers it's gone. He feels very vulnerable... (full context)
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Harry suggests that they can safely stay put just as Ludo Bagman Apparates in front of... (full context)
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Mr. Crouch, obviously enraged, asks who conjured the Dark Mark and berates Harry, Ron, and Hermione. He seems to be the only one convinced that any of the... (full context)
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...conjuring the Mark. As Mr. Diggory shows her the wand they found in her hand, Harry recognizes it as his. Mr. Diggory accuses Harry of conjuring the Mark but soon walks... (full context)
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...her. Hermione tries to defend Winky, but Mr. Crouch won't hear it. Mr. Diggory gives Harry his wand and Mr. Weasley herds the trio out of the woods, brushing off Hermione's... (full context)
Chapter Ten
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Harry asks Mrs. Weasley if Hedwig has arrived and when he learns she hasn't, he asks... (full context)
Chapter Eleven
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The next morning, Harry enters the kitchen to see Mr. Weasley taking an urgent message from the Ministry. Mr.... (full context)
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...except that it's going to be an interesting year. On the train, Hermione, Ron, and Harry hear Malfoy telling someone that his father wanted to send him to Durmstrang, but his... (full context)
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Seamus, Dean, and Neville join Harry, Ron, and Hermione to talk about the Quidditch World Cup. Ron shows Neville his figure... (full context)
Chapter Twelve
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Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Neville share a carriage up to the Hogwarts entrance. They race through... (full context)
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...sorted into Gryffindor, he excitedly tells Colin that he fell in the lake. As Ron, Harry, and Hermione fill their plates with food, Nearly Headless Nick explains that they're lucky there's... (full context)
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...heads for bed. The boys go to their dormitory and as he lies in bed, Harry imagines himself winning the Triwizard Tournament. (full context)
Chapter Thirteen
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...Ron comments that Hermione is eating, she says that there are better ways to protest. Harry scans the mail owls, doesn't see Hedwig, and is preoccupied all through Herbology. At the... (full context)
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At lunch, Hermione eats quickly and then races to the library. Harry and Ron head for North Tower and Divination. To start the class, Professor Trelawney tells... (full context)
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Before Harry can draw his wand, Moody comes down the stairs and shouts at Malfoy. Harry turns... (full context)
Chapter Fourteen
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...day, Neville melts his sixth cauldron and Snape gives him detention for it. Ron and Harry know that Snape is so vindictive because of Moody, whose job he wants and whom... (full context)
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...spider twitches, rocks, and jerks in pain. Hermione shrilly yells for Moody to stop and Harry sees that Hermione's eyes are fixed on Neville, who looks more horrified than anyone else.... (full context)
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Harry realizes that this is how his parents died and loses himself in thought. He returns... (full context)
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After dinner, Hermione returns to the library and Ron and Harry return to Gryffindor Tower. Harry asks if Dumbledore will get in trouble for authorizing Moody... (full context)
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...for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare, a group she's just started and needs Ron and Harry to join. Ron insists that house-elves are happy, but Hermione talks over him to say... (full context)
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Before either Harry or Ron can respond, Harry notices Hedwig at the window. She has a note from... (full context)
Chapter Fifteen
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The next morning, Harry writes a short letter to Sirius insisting that it's unnecessary for him to return. He... (full context)
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...lessons will end early so that students can greet the guests from Durmstrang and Beauxbatons. Harry is thrilled, as this means that Snape won't be able to poison them. They hear... (full context)
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At breakfast on the morning of the 30th, Harry, Ron, and Hermione notice Fred and George sitting away from everyone else. The trio hears... (full context)
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Harry shakes his head and returns to his breakfast. Both he and Ron joined S.P.E.W. to... (full context)
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...A huge ship rises up from the depths. All the Durmstrang students seem bulky, but Harry realizes that this is because they're wearing fur cloaks. The headmaster, Karkaroff, greets Dumbledore and... (full context)
Chapter Sixteen
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...Beauxbatons students sit at the Ravenclaw table, while the Durmstrang students sit with the Slytherins. Harry notices Filch adding four extra chairs to the head table and wonders who else is... (full context)
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...and George scoff at the Age Line and discuss using an Aging Potion. They ask Harry if he'll try to get in and Harry wonders if Dumbledore would be angry if... (full context)
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...everyone from Durmstrang has put in their name but she hasn't seen anyone from Hogwarts. Harry notes that if he were putting his name in, he'd do it at night so... (full context)
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In the Great Hall, Harry, Ron, and Hermione discuss with Dean and Seamus that Cedric Diggory and the Slytherin Quidditch... (full context)
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Harry, Ron, and Hermione decide to visit Hagrid, and Hermione runs upstairs to get her S.P.E.W.... (full context)
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...Triwizard Tournament. Hagrid knows what the first task will be, but he refuses to say. Harry, Ron, and Hermione stay through the afternoon and Hagrid refuses Hermione's request that he join... (full context)
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...the goblet turns red again and spits out one more piece of parchment that reads, "Harry Potter." (full context)
Chapter Seventeen
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Harry sits blankly and tells Ron and Hermione that he didn't put his name in. There's... (full context)
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...they enter the room. Madame Maxime and Karkaroff are furious, while Snape maliciously says that Harry has no respect for rules. Dumbledore silences Snape and asks Harry to confirm that he... (full context)
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...Mr. Crouch for his opinion. Curtly, Mr. Crouch says that they must follow the rules; Harry must compete. Karkaroff insists that they set the Goblet of Fire up again until each... (full context)
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Maxime and Karkaroff insist that whoever put Harry's name in wants to give Hogwarts a better chance at winning, but Moody suggests that... (full context)
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Dumbledore sends Harry and Cedric to bed. On their way out, Cedric asks how Harry got his name... (full context)
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In the common room, the Gryffindors are already celebrating. Nobody seems to care that Harry doesn't want to celebrate and Lee drapes a Gryffindor banner around Harry's shoulders. A half... (full context)
Chapter Eighteen
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Harry wakes up the next morning feeling miserable. He leaves the common room and comes face... (full context)
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During lessons the next day, everyone seems convinced that Harry put his own name in. Hufflepuff students are especially cold to all Gryffindors, while Ron... (full context)
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Harry's next few days are horrendous, especially since Ron continues to ignore Harry. Harry understands why... (full context)
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Snape arrives and listens to Malfoy accuse Harry of attacking him. He sends Goyle to the hospital wing and, upon seeing Hermione's teeth,... (full context)
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Colin leads Harry to a classroom where there's an area set up for photos. Bagman leaps at the... (full context)
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Harry takes a seat next to Cedric. Dumbledore introduces Mr. Ollivander, a Diagon Alley wand maker.... (full context)
Chapter Nineteen
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Harry looks forward to seeing Sirius, especially given how horrible life is once Rita Skeeter's article... (full context)
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Time seems to start going faster as the first task approaches. On Saturday, Hermione convinces Harry to accompany her to Hogsmeade, though he insists on wearing his Invisibility Cloak. They see... (full context)
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Harry sneaks out of the common room under his Invisibility Cloak at 11:30. Hagrid seems excited... (full context)
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Harry hits something and falls. He realizes he ran into Karkaroff, who appears to be sneaking... (full context)
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Harry asks why Karkaroff would want to kill him. Sirius mentions all the recent Death Eater... (full context)
Chapter Twenty
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The next morning, Harry tells Hermione about everything Sirius said. She believes that the dragons are the most pressing... (full context)
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Moody comes around the corner, tells Cedric to move along, and calls Harry to follow him to his office. Harry wonders if he's in trouble and is shocked... (full context)
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Harry and Hermione practice during lunch with little success. He grudgingly goes to Divination, where Trelawney... (full context)
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At lunch the next day, McGonagall fetches Harry to take him down to the stadium. She seems concerned and asks Harry if he's... (full context)
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Harry flies down to McGonagall, Moody, and Hagrid. McGonagall praises him and points him towards Madam... (full context)
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...what it is, the champions need to solve the clue hidden inside the egg. As Harry and Ron head back to the castle, Rita Skeeter jumps out and asks for an... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-One
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On their way to the Owlery to send Sirius an update on Harry's performance, Harry and Hermione fill Ron in on Sirius's information about Karkaroff. Then, they return... (full context)
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...boxes. The skrewts, however, break out and most of the students hide in Hagrid's hut. Harry, Ron, and Hermione help tie up the skrewts and as they do, Rita Skeeter appears.... (full context)
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Harry enjoys Divination now that he and Ron are friends again. Trelawney predicts his death yet... (full context)
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Looking around the kitchen, Harry sees four tables that he assumes are right below the House tables in the Great... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Two
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After Transfiguration a few days later, McGonagall interrupts Harry and Ron's swordfight with two of Fred and George's joke wands to announce that the... (full context)
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Despite this challenge, life for Harry is looking up. The Hufflepuffs no longer give Harry grief and Rita Skeeter hasn't published... (full context)
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...on antidotes on the final day of term. As Ron builds a card castle and Harry reads for fun a few days before the test, Hermione scolds them for not studying... (full context)
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A few days later, Harry still hasn't asked Cho. Finally, on Friday morning, Ron and Harry decide that they'll both... (full context)
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In the common room, Harry sees Ron sitting in a corner with a strange look on his face. Ginny is... (full context)
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...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 that she's a girl and could... (full context)
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Seeing Parvati and Lavender come into the common room, Harry goes to them and asks Parvati to go with him. Lavender already has a date,... (full context)
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Harry spends the week before Christmas enjoying himself. Fred and George sell a bunch of Canary... (full context)
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On Christmas Day, Harry wakes to Dobby's face close to his and yells. Dobby apologizes and offers Harry a... (full context)
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...to get ready. Ron cuts the lace off of his dress robes before he and Harry meet Parvati in the common room. She's lovely in pink robes and leads the boys... (full context)
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Harry and Parvati follow the other champions to the head table where the judges are seated.... (full context)
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...to clear dance floor. The band The Weird Sisters takes the stage and Parvati steers Harry onto the floor. Dancing is less embarrassing once others start dancing too but as soon... (full context)
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...Hermione. Ron suggests that Krum only asked Hermione so that he could get information about Harry, jinx him, or get help with his egg. Hermione angrily reminds Ron that the Tournament... (full context)
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Percy sits down next to Ron and he and Harry watch Fred and George accost Bagman. Bagman escapes them, comes over to say hi to... (full context)
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...that Fleur and her date are kissing in a nearby rosebush, Ron refuses to let Harry lead him past them and instead pulls Harry into a bush behind Hagrid. Hagrid is... (full context)
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...and are thrilled when it's over. On their way up the stairs, Cedric calls for Harry and quietly tells him to take a bath with his egg. He gives Harry the... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Four
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...next morning, Ron and Hermione are friendly but strangely formal with each other. Ron and Harry share what they heard about Hagrid's parentage, but Hermione isn't shocked. She suggests that the... (full context)
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With Christmas over, Harry thinks that the second task looks very close. He starts taking the egg out daily... (full context)
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When Harry, Ron, and Hermione get to Hagrid's for Care of Magical Creatures, they find a short... (full context)
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Ron is dumbfounded that Rita Skeeter found out about Hagrid's parentage, while Harry hisses at Malfoy that most of the creatures haven't been that dangerous. After the lesson,... (full context)
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Halfway through January, Harry lies to Hermione that he's figured out the egg so she doesn't scold him when... (full context)
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When he spots Harry, Bagman pulls him aside and, seeing Harry looking at the goblins, says that the creatures... (full context)
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Harry and Ron are shocked that Bagman wants to help and Ron wonders jokingly if Percy... (full context)
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Harry, Ron, and Hermione leave the pub and Hermione vows to get revenge. Ron cautions her... (full context)
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...Hagrid says that Dumbledore believes that people can rise above unfortunate beginnings. He looks at Harry and says that he'd love it if Harry won the Triwizard Tournament. Harry lies and... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Five
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Harry decides to take the egg to the prefects' bathroom on Thursday night, using the Invisibility... (full context)
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Myrtle assures Harry that she didn't spy on him while he got in the tub and complains that... (full context)
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Myrtle is very offended when Harry asks how he's supposed to breathe, and he ponders the riddle more as she talks... (full context)
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Harry hopes that Filch will go investigate Snape's office, but Moody arrives. Harry realizes with a... (full context)
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Moody asks Harry what the Marauder's Map is and Harry explains as Moody pulls him out of the... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Six
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As Harry's class practices Banishing Charms in Charms the next day, Harry tells Ron and Hermione about... (full context)
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Hermione and Ron dedicate their time to helping Harry figure out how to breathe underwater for an hour. Ron suggests that Harry Summon a... (full context)
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By the evening before the second task, Harry still hasn't figured out what to do. He sits in the library with Ron and... (full context)
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Harry dreams that the mermaid painting in the prefects' bathroom is holding his Firebolt away from... (full context)
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Harry pulls off his shoes, shoves the gillyweed into his mouth, and wades into the lake.... (full context)
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Harry looks around, waiting for Fleur. He isn't sure how long the hostages have left, so... (full context)
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Percy, his face white, splashes into the lake to meet Harry and Ron. On the bank, Fleur hysterically screams for Gabrielle and grabs her as soon... (full context)
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...who returned one minute late, gets 47 points. Krum's transfiguration earns him 40 points, while Harry's choice to save Gabrielle gets 45 points on account of his "moral fiber." Harry is... (full context)
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On Friday afternoon, Harry, Ron, and Hermione line up for Potions and notice the Slytherins giggling at them. Pansy... (full context)
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...much to their horror, reads the article out loud. Snape separates the trio and moves Harry right in front of his desk. Harry tries to ignore Snape's attempts to goad him... (full context)
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...after this lesson is over. Karkaroff hovers until the lesson is over, at which point Harry purposefully spills his armadillo bile so he can listen while he mops it up. Karkaroff... (full context)
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The next afternoon, Harry, Ron, and Hermione take food down to Hogsmeade. They choose socks for Dobby and then... (full context)
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...Cup that led to her being fired. They wonder if any of the Malfoys stole Harry's wand in the top box and they discuss Bagman. The news that Bagman keeps trying... (full context)
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Sirius says that Mr. Crouch's absences aren't normal and, when Harry asks, says that he knows Mr. Crouch because he's the one who sent him to... (full context)
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...year. Mr. Crouch's wife died soon after and all of this damaged Mr. Crouch's reputation. Harry notes that Moody thinks that Mr. Crouch is obsessed with catching Dark wizards. Ron insists... (full context)
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Sirius tells Harry, Ron, and Hermione to head back to school and in parting, tells them to be... (full context)
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The next day, after sending a letter to Percy, Harry, Ron, and Hermione stop in the kitchen to give Dobby his new socks. Dobby cries... (full context)
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Harry asks Winky if she has any idea what Mr. Crouch might be doing, since he's... (full context)
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...in front of Hermione with letters. She starts to sputter and throws one letter at Harry. It's composed with letters cut from a newspaper and tells Hermione that she's wicked. Another... (full context)
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Harry, Ron, and Hermione stay to help Hagrid put the nifflers away. They notice Maxime watching... (full context)
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...ask Moody if he's seen Skeeter under an Invisibility Cloak, but he hasn't seen her. Harry suggests that Skeeter is electronically bugging Hermione, but Hermione says that according to Hogwarts: A... (full context)
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...from Percy at the end of the Easter holiday with a package from Mrs. Weasley. Harry and Ron receive huge eggs filled with toffee, but Hermione's egg is tiny. She quietly... (full context)
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In the last week of May, McGonagall tells Harry to go to the Quidditch field at nine to hear what the third task is.... (full context)
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As they begin to leave the maze, Krum asks Harry for a word. He leads Harry to the edge of the forest and asks if... (full context)
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Harry frees himself and races to Dumbledore's office. He tells the gargoyle "lemon drop," but it's... (full context)
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...lifts him and slams him against a tree. Dumbledore sends Hagrid to the castle with Harry and tells Harry to stay in the common room. As they walk, Hagrid angrily asks... (full context)
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The next morning, Harry, Ron, and Hermione discuss that either Mr. Crouch attacked Krum or someone attacked both of... (full context)
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...and then tells the trio that there's nothing they can do but concentrate on getting Harry through the third task. (full context)
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The next morning, Harry receives a letter from Sirius reprimanding him for going into the forest with Krum and... (full context)
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Harry spends the next few days learning hexes and curses. Ron and Hermione help Harry during... (full context)
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Trelawney wants to know what Harry saw, but Harry says he has a headache and excuses himself to the hospital wing.... (full context)
Chapter Thirty
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Moody lets Harry in and Fudge greets him happily. Harry notes that he didn't see Maxime the night... (full context)
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Neither Dumbledore nor the other 200 witches and wizards seem to notice Harry. Harry remembers falling into a memory before and to test if this is the same... (full context)
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The scene dissolves and changes. Harry finds himself in a different seat and notices a younger Rita Skeeter and an older-looking... (full context)
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The scene changes again and now, Harry and Dumbledore sit next to Mr. Crouch. The room is silent, save for one small... (full context)
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Harry apologizes for snooping, but Dumbledore seems unworried. He explains that the bowl is a Pensieve... (full context)
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Harry tells Dumbledore about his dream and Dumbledore reveals that he's been communicating with Sirius and... (full context)
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Harry hesitantly asks if, in the last trial he saw, they were talking about Neville's parents.... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-One
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Harry shares everything with Ron, Hermione, and Sirius except for what he learned about Neville. Ron... (full context)
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Rather than study for exams, Hermione and Ron dedicate most of their time to helping Harry prepare for the third task. Ron excitedly says that the hexes they're practicing will prepare... (full context)
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...juice on it in surprise. Ron takes it, insults Rita Skeeter, and tries to keep Harry from reading the article. Malfoy shouts and asks if Harry's head is okay, and Ron... (full context)
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McGonagall approaches Harry and says that he needs to report to the chamber off of the Great Hall,... (full context)
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Bagman reminds the crowd where everyone stands on points--Harry and Cedric are tied for first, followed by Krum and then Fleur. Bagman releases Harry... (full context)
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After a few more minutes, Harry comes across a floating golden mist. He shoots a curse through it and before he... (full context)
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Ten minutes later, Harry meets a Blast-Ended Skrewt. It's ten feet long and Harry's curses bounce off of it.... (full context)
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As Harry moves through the maze, he wonders if Krum wanted to win badly enough to do... (full context)
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Harry sees a giant spider come over the hedge at Cedric and yells to him. Cedric... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Two
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When Harry and Cedric land, Harry's leg gives out. Cedric pulls Harry up and they see that... (full context)
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Before Harry can process this, the figure, Wormtail, lifts Harry and ties him to the headstone of... (full context)
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In a terrified voice, Wormtail draws bone from the grave at Harry's feet and puts it into the cauldron. He pulls a dagger out and Harry closes... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Three
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...the largest gap, he notes that one "faithful servant" is at Hogwarts. Then, he introduces Harry to the Death Eaters. Lucius Malfoy asks Voldemort to explain how he came back to... (full context)
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...form. Voldemort explains that to return entirely, he needed his father's bone, Wormtail's flesh, and Harry's blood. Using Bertha Jorkins's information, Voldemort stationed a Death Eater at Hogwarts who turned the... (full context)
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Wormtail approaches Harry, pulls the fabric out of Harry's mouth, and unties him. Harry's injured leg shakes as... (full context)
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Before Voldemort can curse Harry again, Harry flings himself behind the headstone. Voldemort taunts Harry and Harry knows he's going... (full context)
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Harry concentrates and the bead finally makes contact with Voldemort's wand. Voldemort's wand begins to scream,... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Five
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Harry slams face first into the ground and stays still, clutching the cup and Cedric's body.... (full context)
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In his office, Moody gives Harry a hot potion and things come into focus. Harry talks a little more about Voldemort's... (full context)
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As Moody says that he's going to kill Harry, Dumbledore, Snape, and McGonagall blast open the door and Stun Moody. Looking at Dumbledore, Harry... (full context)
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...and he was already learning to fight the Imperius Curse at that time. He stole Harry's wand and when the Death Eaters began destroying tents, it made him angry. Winky bound... (full context)
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...charge of him, and asks Snape to fetch Madam Pomfrey and Fudge. He then leads Harry to his office. There, Sirius asks what happened. Harry tunes out while Dumbledore fills Sirius... (full context)
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Harry tells Dumbledore and Sirius everything without stopping. Dumbledore only stops Harry when Harry says that... (full context)
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Dumbledore commends Harry for his bravery and then leads Harry and Sirius, in his dog form, to the... (full context)
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Harry feels warm and sleepy when he wakes up again. He hears Mrs. Weasley, Ron, Hermione,... (full context)
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...can't be back. Dumbledore invites Fudge to his office and refuses to let him question Harry, but Fudge smiles strangely and asks if Dumbledore really believes Harry and a "lunatic murderer,”... (full context)
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Harry can barely believe that Fudge is refusing to listen. Dumbledore tells Fudge what he should... (full context)
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...fled. Fudge curtly whispers that he needs to return to the Ministry and he drops Harry's winnings from the Tournament on the nightstand. (full context)
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Mrs. Weasley gives Harry the rest of his potion and suggests he focus on what to do with his... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Seven
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The next few days are a blur for Harry. The Diggorys refuse Harry's attempt to give them the Triwizard gold and Harry returns to... (full context)
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On Thursday, Harry, Ron, and Hermione go to visit Hagrid. They notice two huge cups and ask if... (full context)
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Harry doesn't look forward to the final feast. He notices the black decorations in respect of... (full context)
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Dumbledore then tells the students that Harry escaped Voldemort and brought Cedric's body back, and he asks them to raise their glasses... (full context)
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As Harry prepares to take a carriage back to Hogsmeade, he hears Fleur yelling for him. She... (full context)
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Harry, Ron, and Hermione spend most of the train ride discussing what Dumbledore is doing to... (full context)
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Malfoy slides the compartment open and menacingly compliments Hermione on catching Rita Skeeter. Harry tells Malfoy to leave, but Malfoy says that Harry picked the losing side--his friends will... (full context)
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A few games in, Harry asks who Fred and George were blackmailing. They darkly say that it was Bagman. Bagman... (full context)
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Soon, the train reaches King's Cross. Harry stays in the compartment and asks Fred and George to wait. He gives George the... (full context)