Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Act One, Scenes Eight through Nineteen Summary & Analysis

J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany
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“Act One, Scene Eight” takes place as a “Dream, Hut-On-The-Rock.” Harry is dreaming about the day in Harry's childhood when Hagrid appeared at the home of Aunt Petunia, Uncle Vernon, and Dudley Dursley. Hagrid bursts through the door and addresses Harry. Hagrid asks Harry what he knows about his future, including Hogwarts. Harry says he knows nothing which infuriates Hagrid. Hagrid says Harry is a famous wizard. The dream is interrupted by Voldemort's voice calling out to Harry.

“Act One, Scene Nine” takes place in “Harry and Ginny Potter's House, Bedroom.” Harry wakes in a panic with pain in the scar on his forehead. Ginny wakes as well and casts a spell to light the room. Ginny is concerned. They talk about Albus. She says she knows Harry will apologize for what he said to their son. She says...

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