Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix
Important Quotations Explained
1. “So you
came back, didn’t you?” said Harry urgently.
“People can come back, right? As ghosts. They don’t have to disappear completely.”
said Harry, dredging up the words from what
felt like a deep well of despair inside him, “so does that mean
that . . . that one of us has got to kill the other one . . . in
much older and cleverer than you have devised our new program of
study. You will be learning about defensive spells in a secure,
risk-free way . . . ”
Harry noticed people putting their heads together to whisper as
he passed; he gritted his teeth and tried to act as though he neither
noticed nor cared.
they’re writing about you as though you’re this deluded, attention-seeking
person who thinks he’s a great tragic hero or something,” said Hermione,
very fast, as though it would be less unpleasant for Harry to hear
these facts quickly.
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