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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Chapter 17 - The Four Champions Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17 - The Four Champions Summary

While the other champions are cheered on, when Harry Potter's name is called there is a stunned silence. Harry cannot understand it; he did not submit his name. He is scared; the other contestants are older than he is. Why and how was his name put into the Goblet? Is someone thinking of harming him?

The Tournament authorities are also confused. How could the Goblet produce four names when it is only one champion per school? The foreigners are suspicious of foul play. Why did the hosting school get two contestants? There is much discussion, but nothing can be done. According to the Triwizard Tournament's age-old traditions and rules, all contestants chosen by the Goblet have to compete.

Chapter 17 - The Four Champions Analysis

Curiosity is aroused as to how Harry's name was placed into the Goblet of Fire...

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