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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Study Guide Chapter 11 - Aboard the Hogwarts Express Summary & Analysis

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The youngsters are all preparing to go off to school when Mr. Weasley receives an urgent message from Mr. Diggory at the Ministry. Mr. Diggory tells of some incident involving dustbins, Muggles, and Mad-Eye Moody. Mad-Eye Moody could be in trouble with the Improper Use of Magic Department and this might affect his new job. Diggory and Weasley are going to try to get him off the hook. We get the impression that Mad-Eye is a paranoid wizard, who was very a very efficient Auror, or Dark Wizard Catcher. Due to his profession, he is very suspicious. Weasley, however, likes and admires him.

Mrs. Weasley takes the students to Kings Cross train station, where they will be getting onto the Hogwarts Express. The train leaves from platform nine and three-quarters. In order to reach this platform, the...

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