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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Harry begins to wonder if he is weak because of his reaction to the Dementors. He is the only one who seems to pass out every time they come near. He spends the weekend in the hospital wing with ample visits from friends. When he returns to classes, he finds that Lupin is back on the job.

After class, Lupin pulls Harry aside to ask about the game. He wants to know if his broom can be repaired and Harry tells him that there is no way. It is in bits. Harry takes the opportunity to ask Lupin if he is weak because of the way he reacts to the Dementors. Lupin tells him that he is not weak; it is just that his past was much more difficult than any of the others in the school and the Dementors feed on painful memories.

Harry asks Lupin...

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