Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Act Three, Scenes Eleven through Twenty-one Summary & Analysis

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

“Act Three, Scene Eleven” takes place at “Hogwarts, Slytherin Dormitory.” Harry arrives to talk to Albus. Both are being very careful with their words and actions. Harry says that Albus frightened them by running away, and that Ginny had refused to let anything be moved in Albus's bedroom during that time. Harry says he knows that Scorpius is not evil. They agree that Albus being in Slytherin is not at the heart of their problems. Harry asks Albus if he is alright. He says he is not and Harry agrees that he is not either.

“Act Three, Scene Twelve” is a “Dream, Godric's Hollow, Graveyard.” Harry dreams that he and Aunt Petunia are at the cemetery where his parents are buried. Aunt Petunia says no one liked them but Harry points out all the flowers on their graves. Then...

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