Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Harry settles into life with the Weasleys, where he feels completely at home. The Weasley household is completely different from the Dursleys. Whereas the Dursleys are organized, clean and perfectly tidy, the Weasleys live in a state of permanent chaos and disruption. Another difference from Privet Drive is that this is a magical household where mirrors talk and ghouls live in the attic. Harry is made to feel welcome by the Weasleys, with Mr. Weasley asking him lots of questions about living with Muggles.

A letter arrives one day from Hogwarts, informing the Weasleys and Harry about start-of-term arrangements. Also enclosed are the booklists for the forthcoming year, and Harry sees that a wizard named Gilderoy Lockhart has written most of the books on the list. A letter also arrives from Hermione, another close friend of Harry's who has been worried about him...

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