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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Study Guide Chapter 18 - The Weighing of the Wands Summary & Analysis

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None of his schoolmates except Hermione believe that Harry did not put his name in the Goblet. His best friend Ron will not talk to him. Harry is feeling lonely, angry, and ostracized. Hermione suggests that Harry write to Sirius and he takes her advice.

Harry's anxiety builds up and he has nobody with whom to talk. Draco Malfoy starts a campaign against Harry and in favor of Cedric. Harry's nerves are on edge, his temper is short, and he is distracted and cannot pay attention in class. He is rejected and dejected.

The Tournament is an important happening in the wizardry world. Photos are taken for the press. Harry's entrance into the competition in particular attracts the attention of Rita Skeeter, who has the tendency of twisting things to suit her articles. Publicity is...

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