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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

J. K. Rowling

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Sirius, Peter and Scabbers vs. Crookshanks

by pulinemmygirl, March 22, 2015

There is two things I'd like to note.

Let's take a look at Sirius and Peter, two of James Potter's good friends.

Sirius Black stands for loyalty and Peter Pettigrew for betrayal.

Now, Sirius even stated, that he'd rather die than betray his friends.

Peter - in contrast - actually went to Voldemort and betrayed them.

Anyway, someone who stayed 13 years in prison - even if he was innocent - deserves some respect.

Now let's take a look at the argument between Ron and Hermione about Scabbers and Crooks... Read more


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