Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Ginny lead Harry to the hospital wing, where the others had gathered. He told them that Dumbledore was dead and found out that Bill had been maimed by Greyback, whom Harry had killed in the fight. Mrs. Weasley arrived, sobbing over her son's mutilated face, applying ointment, which Fleur took from her. What did Mrs. Weasley think; that she, Fleur, had loved Bill for his appearance? Fleur said his scars would only make people know her husband a brave man. Tonks pointed out that the situation between Fleur and Bill was similar to that between her and Lupin. McGonagall took Harry to Dumbledore's office, or, rather, McGonagall's office. She is now headmistress of Hogwart's. It was decided that the heads of Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin would be sent for to discuss closing the school. Harry and Hagrid insisted that Dumbledore's wishes, of being buried on the...

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