Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

McGonagall leaves Harry in Dumbledore's office to wait for the Headmaster. He is intrigued by Dumbledore's office, which is the most interesting office he has been in. Harry notices the Sorting Hat and is tempted to try it on again, to see if the hat has changed its mind about its original choice of Slytherin house for Harry. Harry is dismayed to find that the hat is still of the same opinion, " you would have done well in Slytherin," p155. Harry is dismayed and refuses to listen; instead, his attention turns to a rather ill-looking bird. Harry is alarmed to see the bird's feathers falling out; he is in enough trouble without the bird's fate being blamed on him as well. Harry's worst fears are realized when the bird bursts into flames and disappears. Thankfully, when Dumbledore arrives, he is neither angry nor...

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