Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

by

J. K. Rowling

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Hermione Granger Character Analysis

One of Harry's best friends at Hogwarts and the smartest witch in Harry's year. It's a nasty shock for Hermione when she discovers that there are around 100 house-elves at Hogwarts. This is most shocking for her because her favorite book, Hogwarts: A History, says nothing about their presence at Hogwarts, which begins to show Hermione that she can't trust everything she reads to tell the whole truth. She begins to protest on behalf of elves by starting the organization S.P.E.W., which seeks to liberate house-elves and guarantee them payment, time off, and representation at the Ministry. Hermione shapes her movement using the abuse of the house-elf Winky as her main argument, but she doesn’t ask any of the Hogwarts house-elves or Winky herself if they actually want freedom--and she refuses to listen when they tell her that they like life as it is. Throughout the Tournament, Hermione throws herself into helping Harry prepare by helping him master charms and curses that might be useful and doing research for him. She does, however, look down on copying in general and gives Ron and Harry grief for making up parts of their Divination homework. Though Hermione initially shows little interest in Viktor Krum, they eventually become romantically involved and Hermione attends the Yule Ball with him. Around the time of the ball, Ron and Harry notice that Hermione is beginning to grow up and is actually quite pretty: she allows Madam Pomfrey to shrink her teeth after Malfoy curses Hermione's teeth to grow without stopping, and she's so pretty as to be unrecognizable at the ball. Hermione takes great offense when Rita Skeeter continues to publish article after article spreading lies about Harry, outing Hagrid as being a half-giant, and suggesting that Hermione is toying with Harry and Krum's emotions. Hermione eventually discovers that Rita Skeeter is an unregistered Animagus who can turn into a beetle, captures Skeeter, and makes her promise to stop writing horrible articles about people.

Hermione Granger Quotes in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

The Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire quotes below are all either spoken by Hermione Granger or refer to Hermione Granger . 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 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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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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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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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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Hermione Granger Character Timeline in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

The timeline below shows where the character Hermione Granger appears in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter Two
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...school. He looks at his birthday cards and thinks of what his friends, Ron and Hermione, would say. Hermione would tell Harry to ask Dumbledore, the headmaster of Hogwarts, while Ron... (full context)
Chapter Three
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...As soon as Harry learned that this would happen, he sent notes to his friends. Hermione, Hagrid, and the Weasleys all sent food, and Harry received four cakes for his birthday.... (full context)
Chapter Five
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...clear that 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... (full context)
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...stops when he remembers that Ginny, who knows nothing about Sirius, is in the room. Hermione suggests they go downstairs to help with dinner. (full context)
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...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 up a wand... (full context)
Chapter Seven
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...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 ten people... (full context)
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When Harry, Ron, and Hermione get to a group of tents covered in green shamrocks in support of the Irish... (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 schools there must... (full context)
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...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 provide play-by-play breakdowns. (full context)
Chapter Nine
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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... (full context)
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...his wand but discovers it's gone. He feels very vulnerable without it. Harry, Ron, and Hermione see Winky appear out of bushes, terrified of the "bad wizards" and looking as though... (full context)
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...of them. He's shocked to hear that there's a riot going on and Disapparates immediately. Hermione frowns. In the darkness, they hear and sense someone in the bushes. The person shouts... (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 teens conjured the... (full context)
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...conjuring the Mark but soon walks this back. After a few more minutes of interrogation, Hermione tells Mr. Diggory that the voice she heard was far deeper than Winky's. Mr. Diggory... (full context)
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...turn her over to the Ministry and threatens her with clothes, which will free her. Hermione tries to defend Winky, but Mr. Crouch won't hear it. Mr. Diggory gives Harry his... (full context)
Chapter Ten
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...asks Mrs. Weasley if Hedwig has arrived and when he learns she hasn't, he asks Hermione and Ron to accompany him upstairs. There, he tells them about his scar hurting a... (full context)
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...hasn't found out what happened with Winky, which sparks an argument on house-elf welfare between Hermione and Percy. Mrs. Weasley breaks it up by sending everyone upstairs to pack. Harry worries... (full context)
Chapter Eleven
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...say anything else 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... (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 of Krum but... (full context)
Chapter Twelve
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Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Neville share a carriage up to the Hogwarts entrance. They race through the pouring... (full context)
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...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 a feast... (full context)
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...his grandmother would like him to, but he hasn't learned enough. In the common room, Hermione sees the fireplace and mutters "slave labor" as she heads for bed. The boys go... (full context)
Chapter Thirteen
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...of Magical Creatures with the Slytherins, and Divination in the afternoon. When Ron comments that Hermione is eating, she says that there are better ways to protest. Harry scans the mail... (full context)
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At lunch, Hermione eats quickly and then races to the library. Harry and Ron head for North Tower... (full context)
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...speak to Snape about Malfoy's behavior. Ron deems this the best moment of his life. Hermione again eats quickly and runs to the library, and Fred takes her place. He and... (full context)
Chapter Fourteen
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...afraid of. On Thursday, the Gryffindors have their first class with Moody. Harry, Ron, and Hermione sit right in front with quills ready, but as Moody enters the room, he tells... (full context)
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...be made to do anything, including kill themselves. When he asks for another curse, both Hermione and Neville raise their hands. Neville offers the Cruciatus Curse and confirms that his last... (full context)
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...the curse on it. When he does, the spider twitches, rocks, and jerks in pain. Hermione shrilly yells for Moody to stop and Harry sees that Hermione's eyes are fixed on... (full context)
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...hallway, most of them discuss the lesson as though they'd seen something fantastic. Harry and Hermione don't agree, and Hermione leads Ron and Harry towards Neville. Neville's voice is high and... (full context)
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After dinner, Hermione returns to the library and Ron and Harry return to Gryffindor Tower. Harry asks if... (full context)
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A few minutes after Fred and George leave for bed, Hermione enters the common room with a sheaf of parchment and a box. She looks at... (full context)
Chapter Fifteen
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...return. He takes it to Hedwig in the Owlery and sends her off, and tells Hermione and Ron about what he did at breakfast. Harry tries not to worry over the... (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 George saying that... (full context)
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...his head and returns to his breakfast. Both he and Ron joined S.P.E.W. to appease Hermione but have remained unenthusiastic about the cause. Few others have joined. George asks Hermione if... (full context)
Chapter Sixteen
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...her take it. He insists the girl is a veela, which makes both Harry and Hermione laugh. (full context)
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Hermione points out that the extra two seats have been filled by Mr. Crouch and Bagman,... (full context)
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...sees Fred, George, and Lee coming down the stairs having just taken their Aging Potions. Hermione warns them that Dumbledore would've thought of this, but Fred jumps over the line. George... (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 captain put their... (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. badges. As Harry... (full context)
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...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 S.P.E.W. He insists... (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 no applause, but Dumbledore calls for Harry... (full context)
Chapter Eighteen
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...next morning feeling miserable. He leaves the common room and comes face to face with Hermione, who has toast with her and suggests they go for a walk. He tells her... (full context)
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...distracting that Harry gets extra homework on Summoning Charms in Flitwick's class. When he and Hermione arrive in the dungeons for Potions, they see that every Slytherin student is wearing a... (full context)
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...accuse Harry of attacking him. He sends Goyle to the hospital wing and, upon seeing Hermione's teeth, insists that he doesn't see a difference in her appearance. Hermione starts to cry... (full context)
Chapter Nineteen
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...Krum and Fleur, she misspells their names and doesn't mention Cedric. She also "reveals" that Hermione is Harry's girlfriend. The Slytherins tease Harry mercilessly while Ron persists in his silence. Though... (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.... (full context)
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Hermione points out Hagrid, who's leaning over and talking to Moody. As the two get up... (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 issue. They... (full context)
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...to find a spell that will let him “get what he needs.” Later, Harry asks Hermione to help him master the Summoning Charm. (full context)
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Harry and Hermione practice during lunch with little success. He grudgingly goes to Divination, where Trelawney predicts his... (full context)
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...Pomfrey puts something on Harry's shoulder and instructs him to sit, but Harry gets up. Hermione and Ron meet him at the door. Very seriously, Ron says that whoever put Harry's... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-One
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...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 to the common room... (full context)
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...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. Hagrid frowns at... (full context)
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...and after class, Harry notes that it'd be impressive if she didn't do it daily. Hermione isn't at dinner but meets the boys at the Fat Lady's portrait and begs them... (full context)
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...sitting by the fire wearing clothes that she's clearly not caring for. As Harry and Hermione greet Winky, Winky bursts into tears. Elves bring tea for Harry, Ron, and Hermione as... (full context)
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Hermione kindly asks Winky what she's being paid, which makes Winky look Hermione in the eye... (full context)
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Hermione notes that she's seen Mr. Crouch and he seems to be doing just fine. When... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Two
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...builds a card castle and Harry reads for fun a few days before the test, Hermione scolds them for not studying and Harry for not trying to figure out the egg.... (full context)
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...that he just asked Cho and she said no. Ron says that Neville apparently asked Hermione, who turned him down and said she's going with someone else. Ginny starts to look... (full context)
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Hermione climbs through the portrait hole, confused as to why the boys didn't come to dinner.... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Three
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...bunch of Canary Creams, which makes everyone suspicious of accepting food from others. Ron questions Hermione every chance he gets about whom she's going to the ball with, but she refuses... (full context)
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Ron notes that Hermione's teeth look different, and Hermione mischievously says that when she went to Madam Pomfrey to... (full context)
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...in the common room. She's lovely in pink robes and leads the boys downstairs without Hermione. They meet Padma, who seems unimpressed with Ron. Ron remains fixated on finding Hermione as... (full context)
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...immediately shares that he's been promoted and that Mr. Crouch isn't well. Harry notices that Hermione is deep in conversation with Krum about Durmstrang and listens to Dumbledore and Karkaroff argue... (full context)
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...ends, Harry leads Parvati to where Ron and Padma are sitting. Ron glares silently at Hermione and Krum. Parvati accepts an invitation to dance with a Beauxbatons boy and Hermione soon... (full context)
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Ron accuses Hermione of "fraternizing with the enemy," which baffles Hermione. Ron suggests that Krum only asked Hermione... (full context)
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...off to say goodnight to Cho. When Harry gets to the common room, Ron and Hermione are having a screaming match. Hermione yells that next time, he shouldn't ask her as... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Four
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The next morning, Ron and Hermione are friendly but strangely formal with each other. Ron and Harry share what they heard... (full context)
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When Harry, Ron, and Hermione get to Hagrid's for Care of Magical Creatures, they find a short witch who curtly... (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 he decides to... (full context)
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...did. Skeeter invites Harry to tell his account of what Hagrid is like, which makes Hermione angrily stand and insult Skeeter. Skeeter coldly tells Hermione that she knows all sorts of... (full context)
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Harry, Ron, and Hermione leave the pub and Hermione vows to get revenge. Ron cautions her to not get... (full context)
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Dumbledore leaves and Hermione comforts Hagrid as he cries. When he collects himself, he pulls out a photo of... (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 Snape, Moody, and his trip to the bathroom. Ron thinks that Snape put Harry's... (full context)
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Hermione and Ron dedicate their time to helping Harry figure out how to breathe underwater for... (full context)
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...still hasn't figured out what to do. He sits in the library with Ron and Hermione looking through book after book. Hermione seems to take it personally that the library isn't... (full context)
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Hermione, Ron, Cho Chang, and a girl who looks like Fleur's sister (Gabrielle) are tied to... (full context)
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...enough. Madam Pomfrey snags Harry, wraps him in a blanket, and seats him next to Hermione, Krum, Cedric, and Cho. Krum points out a water beetle in Hermione's hair, but Hermione... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Seven
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...popularity soars after the second task. However, when Ron's story morphs from one that matches Hermione's to one in which he fights 50 armed merpeople, Hermione teases him and he stops.... (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 Parkinson throws her... (full context)
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Ron is more concerned with figuring out whether Hermione accepted the invitation than with wondering how Rita Skeeter obtained this information. Noticing this, Snape... (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 walk to the... (full context)
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Hermione suggests that Mr. Crouch is paying for firing Winky and though Ron rolls his eyes,... (full context)
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Sirius doesn't know if Barty Crouch was a Death Eater and when Hermione asks if Mr. Crouch let his son off, Sirius laughs. He says that Mr. Crouch... (full context)
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Hermione and Ron argue about whether or not they can trust Snape. Sirius says that he's... (full context)
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Sirius tells Harry, Ron, and Hermione to head back to school and in parting, tells them to be safe. He turns... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Eight
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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 from happiness as... (full context)
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...elves cover her with a tablecloth and apologize to their human visitors for Winky's behavior. Hermione suggests that they try to cheer her up, but a house-elf politely explains that house-elves... (full context)
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The next morning at breakfast, Hermione explains that she's subscribed to the Daily Prophet so that they can stop finding things... (full context)
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...which Hagrid buried gold coins. The class is fun and Ron's niffler is very good. Hermione arrives near the end of class, just as Hagrid asks students to count their coins.... (full context)
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Harry, Ron, and Hermione stay to help Hagrid put the nifflers away. They notice Maxime watching Hagrid as Hagrid... (full context)
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Hermione ignores her hate mail for the next week, though she continues to angrily wonder how... (full context)
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...a package from Mrs. Weasley. Harry and Ron receive huge eggs filled with toffee, but Hermione's egg is tiny. She quietly asks if Mrs. Weasley reads Witch Weekly, and Ron confirms... (full context)
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...Harry to the edge of the forest and asks if there's anything between him and Hermione. Harry insists that they're just friends. Krum smiles and compliments Harry on his flying in... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Nine
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The next morning, Harry, Ron, and Hermione discuss that either Mr. Crouch attacked Krum or someone attacked both of them. They send... (full context)
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...Crouch and how far they'd go to get money. The day goes painfully slowly. Even Hermione struggles to stay awake during History of Magic. After, they go find Moody. Moody pulls... (full context)
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...and asking him to promise to not go out of bounds. Harry is offended, but Hermione points out that someone wants to hurt Harry since they put his name in the... (full context)
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Harry spends the next few days learning hexes and curses. Ron and Hermione help Harry during lunch and then Harry and Ron head upstairs for Divination. The room... (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 is incredulous that Dumbledore trusts... (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.... (full context)
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On the morning of the third task, Hermione gets her Daily Prophet and spits pumpkin juice on it in surprise. Ron takes it,... (full context)
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...and the other Weasleys are shocked to see Mrs. Weasley and Bill. Mrs. Weasley greets Hermione stiffly and Harry incredulously tells Mrs. Weasley that Hermione isn't his girlfriend. Mrs. Weasley also... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Six
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...dog form, to the hospital wing. They enter to find Mrs. Weasley, Bill, Ron, and Hermione asking Madam Pomfrey where Harry is. Dumbledore asks Mrs. Weasley to not question Harry and... (full context)
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Harry feels warm and sleepy when he wakes up again. He hears Mrs. Weasley, Ron, Hermione, and Bill hissing that the noise will wake him and Harry hears McGonagall and Fudge's... (full context)
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...with him. As Harry starts to cry, Mrs. Weasley hugs him. They break apart when Hermione slams her hand against the window. Harry drinks his potion and falls asleep. (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Seven
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...he thinks that they probably believe Rita Skeeter. Harry enjoys his time with Ron and Hermione the most, but he's sad when he learns that Dumbledore insisted that he spend some... (full context)
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On Thursday, Harry, Ron, and Hermione go to visit Hagrid. They notice two huge cups and ask if he was having... (full context)
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...Krum gruffly says that Karkaroff didn't help anyway; the students steered the ship. He pulls Hermione aside for a word. When they return, Krum tells Harry that he liked Cedric. As... (full context)
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Harry, Ron, and Hermione spend most of the train ride discussing what Dumbledore is doing to fight Voldemort. After... (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... (full context)
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...and leaves them in the compartment. Out in the station, Harry says goodbye to Ron, Hermione, and Mrs. Weasley and follows Uncle Vernon to the car. (full context)