Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Harry walks for a while and then collapses onto a low wall several streets away from Privet Drive. Once his anger wears off, he realizes that he is alone, stranded and will most likely be expelled from Hogwart's for performing underage magic. He contemplates what he is to do. He decides that his best bet would be to use a little more magic to get to London to make a withdrawal from Gringotts Wizards Bank. He will use his invisibility cloak, his broom and some magic to lighten the weight of his trunk so that he can fly unseen to London. He searches in his trunk for his cloak, when he senses something watching him from the shadows.

Harry lights his wand and sees a large, dark, hulking form across the way in the alley in front of him. He backs away and trips over his trunk...

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