Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

This chapter opens with good and bad news for the students at Hogwarts. The bad news is that they have exams in a week's time, something that no one is prepared for because their attention has been focused on the attacks. McGonagall is determined that school life continue as normal, in line with Dumbledore's wishes and is adamant that the exams will take place. The good news is that the mandrakes are nearly mature. When they are mature, they can be used to heal the people who are petrified. The hope is then that they will be able to reveal who attacked them, and it can all be sorted out. Harry and Ron are pleased by the news but Ginny doesn't seem to share their pleasure at the good news and seems troubled. She is just about to tell Harry and Ron what's...

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