Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

During Harry's first broom-flying lesson, Neville, who is the first to try riding the school brooms, falls off and breaks his wrist. The instructor, Madam Hooch, must take him to the hospital wing. She tells the class to stay put until she returns and cautions them to not touch the brooms.

Neville had dropped his "Rememberall," a ball sent by his Grandmother earlier that day to remind him of things he forgets. Malfoy sees it on the ground, picks it up, and, being the mean-spirited kid he is, decides to hide it from Neville. Harry confronts him and tells him to hand it over for safe-keeping. Malfoy, knowing that Harry does not know how to fly and wanting to show off his own skills, snatches a broom with the intention of hiding the Rememberall in a tree. Malfoy is shocked when Harry jumps on a broom and...

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