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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty, Xenophilius Lovegood - Chapter Twenty-one, The Tale of the Three Brothers Summary

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Chapter Twenty, Xenophilius Lovegood - Chapter Twenty-one, The Tale of the Three Brothers Summary

Ron notices that Hermione and Harry have stopped saying Voldemort's name. Harry says he doesn't have a problem saying it, but Ron stops him. He tells him that there is a jinx on the name. Anyone who uses the name is tracked, and protective enchantments are broken. This is logical because only those people ready and willing to stand up to Voldemort used the name. Ron has found that there is a radio station that is telling things as they are, but it is hard to find the channel. It changes constantly, and they give out a code word to tune in next time. If you miss an airing, you will have to guess a codeword right to tune it back in again...

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