Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Act Three, Scenes One through Ten Summary & Analysis

J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany
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Summary

The first chapter of Part Two is “Act Three, Scene One” is set at “Hogwarts, Headmistress Office.” Dolores Umbridge tells Scorpius that she has had her eye on him for the position of Head Boy, considering he is athletic and a leader with a pure bloodline, but she says that she is wondering why he has been acting strangely in the three days since he was in the lake. She cites his research into the battle at Hogwarts where Harry was killed and his interest in Cedric. He assures her that he is alright, and that his weird actions are temporary. As he leaves the office, she makes a salute and says, “For Voldemort and Valor.” (Location 2153). She mentions the Augurey, which is some form of governing body in this world.

“Act Three, Scene Two” is set at “Hogwarts...

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