He hands him over to Dumbledore, who leaves the sleeping baby and a letter to the Dursleys on the doorstep of 4 Privet Drive. Harry then catches a train back to the Dursleys. The door is blasted off its hinges and hits the floor. So, Harry heads to the library to tell Ron and Hermione. Ollivander touches and apologises for the fact that he sold the that caused it. Malfoy and Snape appear laughing at him, then the dream ends with a flash of green light that causes Harry to wake up at midnight and fall asleep again, forgetting about it immediately afterwards. Then a mysterious letter arrives by owl messenger.
I can't think of anyone more ideally suited for this job than Chris. After the Dursleys escape to an island to avoid more letters, Hagrid re-appears and informs Harry that he is actually a wizard and has been accepted into Hogwarts against the Dursleys' wishes. Archived from on 9 June 2014. Harry does not want to spend more time with than he has to. London's was selected as the location for , while was the location for the Hogwarts trophy room.
A for the game, for the , , and was released in 2003. Lastly, they enter Professor Snape's room, and find seven potions in bottles along with a roll of paper giving clues on which one to drink to continue, noting that three bottles have poison, two have nettle wine, one will send the drinker back, and the other will let the drinker move forward into the next room. A man with a approaches them and Hagrid introduces Harry to , the at Hogwarts. Harry is told to look into the Mirror. When time comes to transition to class the class everyone is looking forward to every morning, the lesson turns into more of a joke, as Quirrell keeps going on with stories about his travels in the year prior, such as when he had ward off a in whom he is afraid will come back and get him , and when he had earned his turban from an for saving him from a.
McGonagall confirms the idea that while the Dursleys think that the wizards do not belong in their world, so too do the wizards thinks that the Dursleys are abnormal and outsiders. Archived from on 5 September 2014. The people in the Hogwarts portraits have been no help to him, for they ignore some students and visit each other, nor have the ghosts, whom always scare Harry when they glide through a door he is trying to open. Uncle Vernon reveals he knew that Harry's a wizard, and Aunt Petunia tells Harry that her sister, Harry's mother, was a. Harris initially rejected the role, only to reverse his decision after his granddaughter stated she would never speak to him again if he did not take it. His reaction to the discovery that everyone seems to know his name on the train to Hogwarts does not make him primp and pose, but rather only makes him hope that he can manage to live up to his reputation.
Dumbledore then recognises that while it is hard to stand up to enemies, it is even harder to stand up to friends as Neville did, and he awards Neville 10 more points, which was the most house points Neville had ever gotten. But the backfired, only leaving Harry his. Even at the highest level of the Hogwarts administration, there is a clear respect for the rules. Rather, they enhance his heroism because they show that he is able to think for himself and make his own judgments. Later, when Harry is in his cupboard, Uncle Vernon comes in and says that he has burned the letter, and that they are moving him up to.
He cannot be killed, and he left Quirrell to die. He went out and bought the book, and became an instant fan of the series. Despite all this, the are the least people anyone expects to be involved in anything funny or disturbing, for they don't hold with such nonsense in their daily lives. Dumbledore himself illustrates the power and grandeur of one who has renounced desires almost completely when he says that all he wants is a pair of warm socks. The planets have been read wrongly before now, even by centaurs.
Dumbledore responds that Snape was only grudgingly protecting Harry this year to pay off a debt he owed due to James Potter saving his life during their Hogwarts years. Archived from on 20 December 2001. Suddenly, he recognises that two of the people in the mirror are his dead and. Archived from on 10 July 2007. If you want to skip it, the 30-second recap starts about 5 minutes into the episode. Themes Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work.
To prepare, Harry borrows a book entitled from Hermione. Archived from on 31 August 2011. Dumbledore explains to Harry that the mirror, which is known as the , displays the deepest desires of whoever looks into it. He, Ron, and Hermione run to ask him about the man who gave to him, and he says he never saw his face because he kept his hood up. He is the extreme opposite of Voldemort, who strives only to achieve his own selfish goals. Harry finds a silver one with a broken wing that is different from the others and catches it, unlocking the next door with it.
Harry and Hermione continue to the next room, Professor Quirrell's, where they find an unconscious troll laying on the floor. Hagrid shows up later and gives Harry a book of photos of his parents and family. The next night, Harry brings Ron with him to the mirror room. Archived from on 2 March 2008. Similarly, when it becomes apparent that Harry has an astounding gift for Quidditch, his reaction is not to glory in his superstar abilities, but rather to practice more industriously than before. Hagrid takes out and a and writes to Hogwarts , explaining he has given Harry the letter. He soon finds, however, that the wizarding world is far more dangerous for him than he would have imagined, and he quickly learns that not all wizards are ones to be trusted.