Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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The next day at breakfast, Malfoy is taunting Harry about his episode with the Dementor's. As Ron, Hermione and Harry look over their schedules, Ron realizes that Hermione has got ten classes a day. He asks her how she is supposed to be getting to all of them. She vaguely tells him it's fine and that it's all cleared with McGonagall.

Their first class is Divination with Sibyll Trelawney. Her classroom is at the top of a trap door in the ceiling and they must climb a silvery ladder to enter it. The students listen to her talk for about five minutes and Ron, Harry and Hermione promptly decide she is a fake. Their first lesson is to read each other's tea leaves. Trelawney takes Harry's teacup, which Ron is attempting to read and gasps and tells him he has "The Grim." A Grim is a dog...

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