Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - Study Guide Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Harry manages to get through his final exams with the fear of Voldemort coming for him and finishing the job of killing him once and for all. Harry worries about the stone constantly now because he knows it grants immortality to the drinker of the elixir that comes from it. He can only imagine what would happen if Voldemort got hold of the stone. Ron and Hermione assure him that with Dumbledore at the school, he is perfectly safe.

It dawns on Harry that Hagrid mentioned he won the dragon in a drunken card game with a "stranger." When he asks Hagrid about the incident Hagrid admits that the stranger did ask him about Fluffy. Harry realizes that Hagrid has been duped into telling the secret of getting past Fluffy. Harry goes to tell Dumbledore about what has happened with Hagrid and the stranger only to find...

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