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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Three, The Dursleys Departing - Chapter Four, The Seven Potters Summary

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Chapter Three, The Dursleys Departing - Chapter Four, The Seven Potters Summary

Harry has had a protective charm around him throughout his life. The charm will be broken soon, and Harry will be killed by Lord Voldemort if he remains at Privet Drive. Since Voldemort knows that the charm will break on Harry's seventeenth birthday, it is decided that Harry should break the charm early fool Voldemort and the Death Eaters and keep them from knowing exactly when to attack. Harry has convinced his uncle that he and his family will also be in danger if they stay at Privet Dive. Reluctantly, they let two wizards come to escort them to safety.

Many of Harry's loyal friends arrive on brooms, skeletal winged horses called thestral, and one flying motorcycle with sidecar. Harry's friends announce that in order to throw...

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