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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirteen, The Muggle-Born Registration Commission Summary

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Chapter Thirteen, The Muggle-Born Registration Commission Summary

Harry and Hermione get on an elevator in which Delores Umbridge is riding. Delores takes Hermione to court to keep records for the interrogations for the Muggles. This means that Harry is left to look through the Ministry on his own. He finds Umbridge's office and searches it for the locket. While he is in there, he looks at Arthur Weasley's file. It confirms that all Arnold's movements are being tracked, because Harry has stayed with him in the past. Harry is now being referred to as "Undesirable No. 1." He also finds the book that Rita Skeeter wrote, "The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore." He does not find the locket, but he does take the magical eye of Mad-Eye Moody, which had been set in her door. He does not want Mad-Eye's eye being used in...

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