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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty-four, The Wandmaker Summary

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Chapter Twenty-four, The Wandmaker Summary

Hermione, Ollivander, and Griphook are injured, but will be okay. Harry takes the time to bury Dobby when they return. Harry begins digging the grave and is soon joined by the others. They give Dobby clothes, say their thanks, and bury him.

Bill has already gotten the rest of the Weasley's out of the Burrow and into hiding. Since the Death Eaters now know that Ron is with Harry, not at home sick, they are all in danger. Griphook isn't in great shape to talk, but Harry insists. He wants Griphook to help him break into Gringotts. This would generally be considered suicide, but Harry is sure it can be done. He is also sure that there will be another Horocrux there. Griphook says that he will think about it.

Harry, Ron and Hermione next question Ollivander about wandlore, and about...

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