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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

With Crookshanks in the lead, Lupin, Pettigrew and Ron leave the Shack first, followed by a floating and still unconscious Snape. Sirius is behind him, holding him up with Snape's own wand, followed by Harry and Hermione. Snape's head bumps into several walls, but Sirius seems to be making no effort to avoid it.

On their walk out, Sirius tells Harry that with Pettigrew turned in, he will be free. He also tells him that he is Harry's Godfather and was appointed Harry's guardian if anything were to happen to them. Harry is filled with a feeling of joy at the idea of leaving the Dursley's and he asks Black when he can move in. Harry sees Black smile for the first time and it makes him younger and more like the photos he had seen of Black in his parents' wedding album.

Once outside, they walk...

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