Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Hermione told Harry that Snape was the son of a witch named Eileen Prince, whom she had earlier discovered in the library archives and the Muggle she married. Snape was, in two ways, a "Half-Blood Prince." Many people attended Dumbledore's funeral: witches and wizards, humans—although not the Prime Minister of the Muggles—Grawp, the merpeople and centaurs, all come to pay tribute. Many cried. All are devastated. During the funeral, Harry remembered that Dumbledore had repeatedly insisted that it was essential to always keep on fighting. As Dumbledore's funeral pyre ignited, Harry thought he saw a phoenix flying off into the blue sky.

Before the train arrived to take them from Hogwart's, Harry broke up with Ginny. She understood the struggle ahead and that he was doing it because he cared about her.. Harry decided to stay at Privet Drive for a little while...

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