Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Symbols & Objects

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

Voldemort, the villain of the story, symbolizes darkness and fear. He is Delphi's father and was the demon that killed Harry's parents when Harry was just an infant. He was defeated long before the main storyline of this play occurs but appears in the scene set in 1981. He is truly evil, as seen in the events that Scorpius witnesses after his second trip back in time.

Time-Turners

The Time-Turners symbolize second chances but also symbolize the past, which should be left alone. They are illegal devices that, once activated, takes one or more people to a specific point in time. Harry and his group confiscates a Time-Turner from a man named Theodore Nott. Hermione hides it in her office where Albus, Scorpius, and Delphi find it. That one is something of a prototype that allows a person to remain in the past only five minutes at...

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