Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Study Guide Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Harry Potter is a young wizard. He lives with his non-magical, or "Muggle," Aunt Petunia, Uncle Vernon and Cousin Dudley at number four Privet Drive. It is summer vacation from his school of magic, but he does not see it as much of a holiday. He is about to turn thirteen years old and it has grown increasingly hard for him to endure his relations' verbal abuse and emotional neglect. It has become more difficult, not only because he is getting older and thus less tolerant of their ignorance, but also since he has found out he is a wizard.

It is very difficult for him, as he is not allowed to practice his lessons or do his homework in the Dursley's house. He has to sneak his books into his room and do his homework by wand light. Still, it is decided by the Headmaster of...

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