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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirty-two, The Elder Wand - Chapter Thirty-three, The Prince's Tale Summary

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Chapter Thirty-two, The Elder Wand - Chapter Thirty-three, The Prince's Tale Summary

Hermione, for the first time, tells Harry to use his connection to find Voldemort. Valdemort is in the Shrieking Shack, and he has sent Lucious Malfoy to bring Snape to him. Harry, Ron, and Hermione fight their way out of the castle. They do so under the invisibility cloak. On the way, they save Draco from one of the other Death Eaters. Later, they see Hagrid being carried off by giant spiders. They are unable to save Hagrid, and he is captured by Death Eaters.

Harry, Ron, and Hermione find Voldemort talking to Snape. The snake is being kept in a floating, enchanted sphere. Voldemort tells Snape that he knows that Harry will give himself up. He asks Snape why the Elder Wand doesn't work for him...

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