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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 - Beauxbatons and Durmstrang Summary

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Chapter 15 - Beauxbatons and Durmstrang Summary

The school term is well in progress, students are already complaining about their workload. All the teachers seem to have increased demands upon the fourth year students. Tension is also rising due to the impending arrival of the foreign delegations. The Hogwarts really want to make a good impression.

In the Defense Against Dark Arts class, Professor Moody decides to experiment the Imperius curse on each one of the students to see whether they could resist the effects. This attitude is extremely unconventional and borders on the illegal. The Professor justifies himself by saying that the lesson is for the students to be aware of the dangers. When put under the spell, Harry Potter, through an extraordinary display of willpower, is the only student who fights against and resists the external control.

Although Harry sends a letter to Sirius...

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