Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

by

J. K. Rowling

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Harry's godfather. Fourteen years earlier, Sirius was imprisoned in Azkaban for a crime he didn't commit, but he escaped two years ago with Harry's help and has been on the run since then. He takes up residence at his own childhood home—number twelve, Grimmauld Place—not long before the novel starts and offers it to the Order of the Phoenix to use as its headquarters. Sirius is a lively, involved, and action-oriented person, but because he's still on the run from the Ministry, he must stay cooped up at Grimmauld Place all the time to avoid detection. The one time he leaves the house in his dog form (he's also an unregistered Animagus, who can transform into a large black dog), Lucius Malfoy recognizes him and begins telling people that Sirius is in London. Due to being cooped up, especially in a house that he hates, Sirius becomes sullen and withdrawn. To make things worse, Sirius inherited the house-elf Kreacher in addition to Grimmauld Place, and Kreacher has spent the last several years taking orders from Mrs. Black's portrait. Sirius treats Kreacher with disdain and though he's never outright cruel to Kreacher, he also doesn't do anything to make Kreacher's life easier. Throughout the novel, Sirius encourages Harry to rebel against Umbridge and rebels himself by speaking to Harry through the Gryffindor common room fireplace. At other times, he doesn't appear to take Harry's concerns seriously, as when he suggests that Harry is just tired after his dream of attacking Mr. Weasley. After Harry sees Snape's memory of being taunted by James, Sirius also tries to explain to Harry that while James was self-important and a jerk at age fifteen, he also wasn't a bad person. When Sirius learns that Harry went to the Ministry believing that Sirius was there, he insists on accompanying the Order and saving Harry. However, while dueling with his cousin Bellatrix Lestrange, Sirius falls backward through a mysterious and ghostly arch and dies.

Sirius Black Quotes in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

The Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix quotes below are all either spoken by Sirius Black or refer to Sirius Black. 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 Order of the Phoenix published in 2004.
Chapter Six Quotes

"So, got there yet?" said George eagerly.

"The weapon Sirius mentioned?" said Harry.

"Let slip, more like," said Fred with relish, now sitting next to Ron. "We didn't hear about that on the old Extendables, did we?"

"What d'you reckon it is?" said Harry.

"Could be anything," said Fred.

"But there can't be anything worse than the Avada Kedavra curse, can there?" said Ron. "What's worse than death?"

Related Characters: Harry Potter (speaker), Ron Weasley (speaker), Fred Weasley (speaker), George Weasley (speaker), Sirius Black, Lord Voldemort
Page Number: 100
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"Does it matter if she's my cousin?" snapped Sirius. "As far as I'm concerned, they're not my family. She's certainly not my family. I haven't seen her since I was your age, unless you count a glimpse of her coming into Azkaban. Do you think I'm proud of having relatives like her?"

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Chapter Nine Quotes

The fact was that living at the headquarters of the anti-Voldemort movement was not nearly as interesting or exciting as Harry would have expected before he experienced it. Though members of the Order of the Phoenix came and went regularly, sometimes staying for meals, sometimes only for a few minutes' whispered conversation, Mrs. Weasley made sure that Harry and the others were kept well out of earshot (whether Extendable or normal) and nobody, not even Sirius, seemed to feel that Harry needed to know anything more than he had heard on the night of his arrival.

Page Number: 160
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Chapter Fourteen Quotes

"I know her by reputation and I'm sure she's no Death Eater—"

"She's foul enough to be one," said Harry darkly and Ron and Hermione nodded vigorously in agreement.

"Yes, but the world isn't split into good people and Death Eaters," said Sirius with a wry smile. "I know she's a nasty piece of work, though—you should hear Remus talk about her."

"Does Lupin know her?" asked Harry quickly, remembering Umbridge's comments about dangerous half-breeds during her first lesson.

"No," said Sirius, "but she drafted a bit of anti-werewolf legislation two years ago that makes it almost impossible for him to get a job."

Related Characters: Harry Potter (speaker), Sirius Black (speaker), Dolores Umbridge, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Remus Lupin
Page Number: 302
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Chapter Twenty-Two Quotes

"But that's not all, said Harry in a voice only a little above a whisper. "Sirius, I...I think I'm going mad...Back in Dumbledore's office, just before we took the Portkey...for a couple of seconds there I thought I was a snake, I felt like one—my scar really hurt when I was looking at Dumbledore—Sirius, I wanted to attack him—"

He could only see a sliver of Sirius's face; the rest was in darkness.

"It must have been the aftermath of the vision, that's all," said Sirius. "You were still thinking of the dream or whatever it was and—"

"It wasn't like that," said Harry, shaking his head. "It was like something rose up inside me, like there's a snake inside me—"

"You need to sleep," said Sirius firmly.

Related Characters: Harry Potter (speaker), Sirius Black (speaker), Professor Albus Dumbledore, Lord Voldemort, Mr. Weasley
Page Number: 481
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Chapter Twenty-Nine Quotes

He could abandon the plan and simply learn to live with the memory of what his father had done on a summer's day more than twenty years ago...

And then he remembered Sirius in the fire upstairs in the Gryffindor common room... "You're less like your father than I thought...The risk would've been what made it fun for James..."

But did he want to be like his father anymore?

Page Number: 667
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Chapter Thirty-Two Quotes

"I'm trying to say—Voldemort knows you, Harry! He took Ginny down into the Chamber of Secrets to lure you there, it's the kind of thing he does, he knows you're the—the sort of person who'd go to Sirius's aid! What if he's just trying to get you into the Department of Myst—"

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Chapter Thirty-Seven Quotes

"Like the fact that the person Sirius cared most about in the world was you," said Dumbledore quietly. "Like the fact that you were coming to regard Sirius as a mixture of father and brother. Voldemort knew already, of course, that Sirius was in the Order, that you knew where he was—but Kreacher's information made him realize that the one person whom you would go to any lengths to rescue was Sirius Black."

Page Number: 831
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"Sirius did not hate Kreacher," said Dumbledore. "He regarded him as a servant unworthy of much interest or notice. Indifference and neglect often do much more damage than outright dislike...the fountain we destroyed tonight told a lie. We wizards have mistreated and abused our fellows for too long, and we are now reaping our reward."

Page Number: 833-34
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Sirius Black Character Timeline in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

The timeline below shows where the character Sirius Black appears in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter One
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...when he was the one who saw Cedric murdered and Voldemort return. Harry thinks that Sirius is the only one who seems to understand how he's feeling, but Sirius doesn't give... (full context)
Chapter Two
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...the Patronus charm to get rid of them. A third owl, bearing a note from Sirius, flies in. The note says that Harry should stay put, which makes Harry extremely angry—he... (full context)
Chapter Three
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...three versions of the same note asking for information to send to Hermione, Ron, and Sirius. Hedwig is hunting, so Harry paces and resents everyone for not telling him what’s going... (full context)
Chapter Four
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...woman. The woman screams about "half-breeds, mutants, and freaks" and the other portraits join in. Sirius Black appears, and he and Lupin close the curtains. Sirius explains that the portrait is... (full context)
Chapter Five
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Sirius tells Harry that Mrs. Black must've put a Permanent Sticking Charm on the back of... (full context)
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Everyone but Sirius, Mundungus, and Harry help Mrs. Weasley prepare dinner. At the table, Sirius tells Harry that... (full context)
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Over dinner, Mrs. Weasley mentions to Sirius that there's a boggart trapped in the drawing room and doxies in the curtains, both... (full context)
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After dessert, Mrs. Weasley tries to send everyone to bed, but Sirius suggests they speak to Harry and let him ask some questions. Sirius and Mrs. Weasley... (full context)
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Sirius and Lupin explain that Voldemort is laying low and isn't killing people, and Harry managed... (full context)
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Harry asks what else Voldemort is after, and Sirius cagily says that it's something Voldemort "can only get by stealth," like a weapon. Harry... (full context)
Chapter Six
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...Kreacher's been up to since the house is such a mess, which offends Hermione, but Sirius appears and insists that Kreacher is more than capable of keeping the house clean if... (full context)
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...and everyone else are destroying his mistress's house. He also calls Hermione a “Mudblood.” When Sirius steps into the room, Kreacher insists that he's cleaning. (full context)
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Sirius accuses Kreacher of trying to sneak things away so Sirius can't throw them out and... (full context)
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Mrs. Weasley returns with a plate of sandwiches, but Harry stays with Sirius at the tapestry. Sirius remarks that Tonks isn't on the family tree anymore, either, as... (full context)
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Harry asks if he can come live with Sirius if he's expelled, but Sirius won't promise anything. For the rest of the afternoon, Mrs.... (full context)
Chapter Seven
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...other, but Kingsley gives Harry a wink as he gives Mr. Weasley a magazine for Sirius. Harry and Mr. Weasley head for Mr. Weasley's office. Mr. Weasley opens a memo about... (full context)
Chapter Nine
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...everyone celebrates Harry's win. Mr. Weasley passes on his message about seeing Lucius Malfoy to Sirius and heads off to the regurgitating toilet. Ron declares that Fudge couldn't convict Harry with... (full context)
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Sirius seems to be the only person who isn't thrilled that Harry will return to Hogwarts.... (full context)
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...the writing desk for Mrs. Weasley and confirms that it's a boggart inside. Tonks and Sirius say that they weren't made prefects, but Lupin was. They say that James Potter wasn't... (full context)
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...lurches when he sees Alice and Frank Longbottom, Neville's parents. Moody points out Lupin, Hagrid, Sirius, James, Lily, and Wormtail. Harry tries to smile but excuses himself, feeling upset by the... (full context)
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...the boggart turns into each Weasley family member and Harry in turn. Lupin, Moody, and Sirius arrive, and Lupin vanishes the boggart. He holds Mrs. Weasley as she sobs that she's... (full context)
Chapter Ten
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...missing and Harry can't go without a complete guard. Harry drags his trunk downstairs and Sirius, in his dog form, leaps at him. Mrs. Weasley exasperatedly tells Sirius that he can... (full context)
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Sirius barks and scares cats, happy to be out of the house, but the group makes... (full context)
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...front is a cartoon of Fudge throttling a goblin. There's an article inside suggesting that Sirius is actually a retired rock star and another saying that Fudge has ordered goblins to... (full context)
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The rest of The Quibbler contains more wild articles, and Harry finds the one about Sirius to be the most believable. Hermione derisively says that The Quibbler is rubbish, and Luna... (full context)
Chapter Thirteen
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...that Dumbledore only cares about his scar. Hermione reminds him that he can't write to Sirius about it and heads to bed. (full context)
Chapter Fourteen
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Harry wakes up early on Saturday and spends hours composing a letter to Sirius that seems innocuous, but subtly mentions his scar hurting and Hagrid's absence. Harry walks up... (full context)
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...Hermione scold them. Hermione gasps when she opens her Daily Prophet; the Ministry knows that Sirius is in London. Harry also finds another short article about Sturgis Podmore trespassing at the... (full context)
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Harry thinks that Sirius is the only person who might understand how he's feeling, and as he glances at... (full context)
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Sirius offers to meet the trio in Hogsmeade, but all of them refuse emphatically. Harry says... (full context)
Chapter Sixteen
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In the week before the Hogsmeade trip, Harry worries that Sirius will try to show up. Ron and Hermione reason that Sirius will listen to Dumbledore,... (full context)
Chapter Seventeen
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Hedwig's letter is from Sirius, and says that he'll talk to them again in the fire. Harry shares everything with... (full context)
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...Harry spends his evening trying to concentrate on his homework while checking the fire for Sirius and watching Fred demonstrate the effects of the Puking Pastilles. Harry can't figure out how... (full context)
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A bit later, when the common room is empty, Sirius's head appears in the fire. He grins and says he knows about the secret Defense... (full context)
Chapter Eighteen
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...Hermione asks whether they're doing the right thing forming their group. It concerns her that Sirius thinks it's a good idea, as he's restless and probably gets a lot of pleasure... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-One
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...he's coming to the Burrow, the Weasleys’ home, with him. Harry still feels guilty that Sirius will spend Christmas alone. (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Two
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...a man named Phineas, and sends him to his portrait in Grimmauld Place to alert Sirius that Harry and the Weasley children will be there soon. Ginny, Fred, and George arrive,... (full context)
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Harry falls to his knees as he arrives in the kitchen of Grimmauld Place. Sirius angrily shouts Kreacher to leave and approaches his guests with concern. Harry tells everyone what... (full context)
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Sirius and Harry busy themselves making breakfast and Harry dreads the moment that Mrs. Weasley asks... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Three
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Sirius throws himself into making Christmas a holiday to remember. On Christmas morning, Fred and George... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Four
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Sirius finds Kreacher in the attic, but Harry is uneasy, since Kreacher seems strangely docile. Sirius... (full context)
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Sirius tells Snape that if he gives Harry a hard time, Sirius will know about it.... (full context)
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The next morning, Sirius pulls Harry aside and gives him a wrapped package. He says it's a way to... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Five
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...Azkaban, including Bellatrix Lestrange. The article says that Fudge thinks this breakout is connected to Sirius, which angers Harry. Hermione points out that Fudge is stuck; he can't walk back his... (full context)
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...shops. They remark that nobody's looking for the escaped Death Eaters like people looked for Sirius a few years ago. (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Eight
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...of Moody and only pretends to drink. Umbridge starts asking Harry about where Dumbledore and Sirius are. He insists he doesn't know. She dismisses him with a warning that all communication... (full context)
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...sees that he's taking his Defense Against the Dark Arts O.W.L. Harry also finds James, Sirius, Lupin, and Wormtail. James and Sirius are extremely handsome. (full context)
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...Wormtail watches openmouthed, but James seems more interested in impressing girls sitting by the lake. Sirius announces that he's bored, and James points out Snape. Sirius says, "Snivellus." Lupin keeps his... (full context)
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Lily appears and shouts at Sirius and James to leave Snape alone. James begins messing up his hair to impress her.... (full context)
Chapter Twenty-Nine
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...Harry pretends to study and dwells on what he saw in the Pensieve. Hagrid and Sirius have always told Harry that James was wonderful, but he can't imagine ever tormenting someone... (full context)
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...Harry's throat and Ginny asks if Harry's okay. He says he'd like to talk to Sirius. Ginny says that they can figure something out, but then the librarian throws them out... (full context)
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...and Hermione's perusal of the pamphlets to talk about arranging for Harry to talk to Sirius. George explains that once the break is over, they're going to start causing trouble and... (full context)
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...find out that he trespassed in Umbridge's office after vouching for him. Harry thinks of Sirius saying that he's not as much like James as Sirius thought, and wonders if he... (full context)
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Harry tells them about what he saw in the Pensieve. Sirius and Lupin explain that Snape was jealous of James, but James was an arrogant jerk... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-One
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...seems normal until Harry gets to the room with the orbs—in this dream he sees Sirius. He tells Sirius to remove an orb in the 97th row, and performs the Cruciatus... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Two
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...them into a classroom. Hermione's face turns white when Harry tells her that Voldemort has Sirius in the Department of Mysteries and plans to kill him. Harry sits down and asks... (full context)
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Ron and Hermione look less convinced. Hermione wants to know how both Voldemort and Sirius, the two most wanted wizards in the country, got into the Ministry unnoticed. Ron, however,... (full context)
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...help. Harry rudely insists they can't, but Hermione says that they need to check if Sirius is home before they run to London. She suggests they use Umbridge's fire to contact... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Four
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...Ministry of Magic, and the creatures take off. As they fly, Harry wonders how long Sirius can resist Voldemort. They fly until after dark, and then the thestrals dive into London.... (full context)
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...has a fluttering black curtain, and Harry hears people talking behind it. He whispers for Sirius. Luna says she can hear people talking on the other side of the arch too,... (full context)
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Harry leads them to row 97, worried because he can't hear Sirius. They find the row and creep toward the end. Hermione quietly says that Sirius isn't... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Five
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Hooded Death Eaters appear around Harry and his friends. Harry asks where Sirius is, but Bellatrix Lestrange mocks Harry for his concern. Lucius says that Harry has a... (full context)
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...performs the Cruciatus Curse on him. Harry moves to give the prophecy to Lucius, but Sirius, Lupin, Moody, Tonks, and Kingsley suddenly arrive and begin dueling the Death Eaters. Harry finds... (full context)
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...and Dumbledore races down the stairs. Death Eaters run except for Bellatrix, who is dueling Sirius. Sirius is laughing when Bellatrix's curse hits him in the chest, throwing him backward through... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Six
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Harry yells for Sirius and refuses to listen to Lupin say that Sirius is dead. He realizes that Sirius... (full context)
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...him. Harry feels ready to die; he wants the pain to stop, and to see Sirius. When he thinks of Sirius, the pain diminishes and Voldemort leaves Harry’s body. (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Seven
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...office. It's near dawn and as Harry looks around, he thinks it's his fault that Sirius died. He feels stupid for believing his dream, especially when Phineas wakes up and snidely... (full context)
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...Harry go until he has a chance to explain. He says that it's his fault Sirius died, though Harry shouldn't have believed his dreams. Dumbledore says that if he'd been open... (full context)
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As Harry sits, Dumbledore confirms for Phineas that Sirius is dead. Dumbledore says that fifteen years ago, he figured that Harry would have a... (full context)
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Dumbledore says that Sirius shared that Harry felt Voldemort in him the night he attacked Mr. Weasley, and this... (full context)
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...them to be nice to Kreacher. Dumbledore says that Hermione had the right idea, but Sirius never took it seriously. He says that Kreacher is what he is because people made... (full context)
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Harry says that Sirius hated being locked up in the house, just like Harry hated being shut up and... (full context)
Chapter Thirty-Eight
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Harry and Hagrid have an awkward cup of dandelion juice. Hagrid tries to say that Sirius would've wanted to die in battle, but this cause Harry to excuse himself. He walks... (full context)
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...He finds a package at the bottom of his trunk and realizes it's the gift Sirius gave him after Christmas. It's a small mirror, and the note says that Harry can... (full context)
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Harry realizes he has one more possible way to talk to Sirius. He races down to the entrance hall and finds Nearly Headless Nick. Nick seems to... (full context)
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...sorry for Luna and offers to help, but she refuses with a smile. They discuss Sirius and Luna says that she can see thestrals because she saw her mother die. She... (full context)