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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Chapter 2 – The Scar Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 - The Scar Summary

Harry Potter wakes from a nightmare with a start and a pain in the scar on his head. The scene of the old man and the horrible figure of Voldemort make him feel very uneasy. Harry is worried about the fact that his scar is hurting him. This only ever happened before when evil Voldemort was in the vicinity. The likelihood of this seems to be very remote.

Harry, who is now fourteen years old, reflects on his life story. The dark wizard Voldemort murdered Harry's parents when he was a baby. He received the lightning bolt-shaped scar on his forehead when Voldemort tried to kill him too. Harry survived, protected by his mother's love.

Orphaned, Harry goes to live with the Dursleys, his "Muggle" aunt and uncle and their son, with whom he doesn't get on at all well. Harry feels...

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