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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Study Guide Chapter Thirty-four, The Forest Again - Chapter Thirty-five, King's Cross Summary & Analysis

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Harry walks back to the Shrieking Shack. On the way out of Hogwarts' grounds, he finds Neville and tells him that the snake has to be killed. On the walk through the woods, Harry remembers that the Snitch opens at the end. He now realizes that this means at the end of his life. As he had expected, it contains the Resurrection Stone. They are not exactly living, but they are there - his parents, Sirius (his godfather), and Lupin, who died in the battle. They encourage Harry that he can do this.

Harry walks into the camp of Death Eaters and gives himself up to Voldemort, wandless. Voldemort sends a killing curse at Harry and Harry blacks out. He wakes up in a realm other than that which...

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