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MonkeyNotes-Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
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Warning: spoiler information ahead. This conflicts with the explanation given in Prisoner of Azkaban, in which Black tells Harry that James and Lily Potter were killed for not joining Voldemort.

Dumbledore says that Snape hates Harry because James Potter saved Snape’s life. The full story comes out in Prisoner of Azkaban.


Warning: spoiler information ahead. Snape went to school with James Potter and was jealous of James’ Quidditch skills. But Snape really started to hate James when James’ friends tricked Snape into thinking he could approach the Whomping Willow without harm. James got to Snape just in time to save him from being pummeled, but Snape thought James was in on the joke and hated him for it. The relation between James Potter and Snape at Hogwarts is similar to the current antagonism between Harry and Draco.

Hagrid’s “I’ll never drink again!” comment (upon apologizing to Harry for telling Quirrell how to get past Fluffy) reflects upon his name’s tie to the word hagridden, or hung over.

Rowling incorporates magical spells and items to make her similes and metaphors very unique. “Harry felt as if Devil’s Snare was rooting him to the spot.” “Malfoy...couldn’t have looked more stunned and horrified if he’d just had the Body- Bind Curse put on him.”

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