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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

The weather is starting to break and it is warm and sunny outdoors. While the students of Hogwart's want to be outside enjoying the warm weather, they cannot. Finals have started and they are under the gun to study.

While Harry, Ron and Hermione are in the common room of their dorm, Hedwig, Harry's owl, flies in with a note from Hagrid. The appeal for Buckbeak is set for the sixth, the last day of exams. They are coming to Hagrid for the hearing with an executioner, which indicates that the council has already made up its mind.

They somehow manage to make it through exams, with Hermione being the most stressed with all the classes she has been miraculously taking during the term. The last day of exams arrives and Harry, Ron and Hermione run into the Minister of Magic, Cornelius Fudge. He is on his...

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