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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 - The House Elf Liberation Front. Summary

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Chapter 21 - The House Elf Liberation Front Summary

Harry writes to Sirius, updating him on the progress of the Tournament. Ron and Hermione accompany him to send the letter off by owl. It is good to have friends again. Harry goes from being totally ostracized by the student body to being the hero of the moment.

By the rules of the Tournament, the golden eggs retrieved by the contestants contain a clue to the next challenge. There is a period of reprieve between the first task and the next. During this time, the contestants are able to crack the clue contained in the egg and prepare. When Harry opens his egg, the only thing that happens is that he hears a terrible shrieking noise.

Hermione, still totally involved with her cause of freeing house-elves, takes Harry and Ron down to the kitchens to...

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