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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - Study Guide Chapter 37 "The Lost Prophecy" Summary & Analysis

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Harry finds himself transported back to Dumbledore's office at Hogwarts, now restored to its original state. He is filled with anguish and guilt, blaming himself for Sirius' death. Soon, Dumbledore arrives in the office through the fireplace and sits behind his desk, informing Harry that no one involved in the events of the evening, except Sirius, suffered any permanent injuries. Dumbledore tries to console Harry about Sirius, but his sympathy enrages Harry, who screams and begins smashing random objects in the office. Harry tries to leave, unable to bear talking about the events of the evening, but Dumbledore refuses to let Harry leave until he has heard what Dumbledore has to say.

Dumbledore admits his own culpability for Sirius' death, explaining that if Dumbledore had been completely honest with Harry, much of the situation could have been avoided. Dumbledore explains the...

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