Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Harry's last month before school with the Dursleys is uncomfortable. They simply pretend he doesn't exist, but they keep their distance, and that is an improvement. Harry spends most of the time in his room going over his new books with his new owl, purchased at Diagon Alley for company. He has named her Hedwig.

Finally, the first day of September arrives, and Harry is given a grudging ride from the Dursleys to the train station. He has quite a bit of trouble locating platform nine and three-quarters. He is starting to feel lost when he overhears a large, red-haired family saying the word Muggle. He follows them and watches as, one by one; three older boys disappear between the platforms. He asks the woman in their group for help and she introduces him to her son Ron, who is also a first-year student. She then kindly...

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