Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Harry is upset that no one told him the truth about the friendship between his parents and Sirius Black. He is tortured by thoughts of Sirius betraying them and is filled with overwhelming hatred and a desire for revenge.

When he wakes up the next morning, the castle is deserted. Everyone has left for the holidays. Hermione and Ron are sitting in the common room and the three of them decide to go to Hagrid's. Harry wants to ask him why he never told him the truth. When they get the Hagrid's hut, however, he is so distressed over a letter he has gotten from the school governors. The letter tells him he must have a hearing with Buckbeak to uphold the official complaint of Mr. Lucius Malfoy. Lucius is, of course, Draco's father. Hagrid is certain that the man's pull with the committee will end in...

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