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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Study Guide Chapter 22 – Rita Skeeter's Scoop Summary & Analysis

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Rita Skeeter manages once again to upset everyone with her newspaper article. She writes that Hagrid is a giant and criticizes Dumbledore for allowing him to work at the school. Giants are not very well liked by wizards. She also mentions that Hagrid endangers the students' lives with his strange magical creatures. The next thing the students know, Hagrid resigns and they have another teacher in his place. The three friends go to Hagrid's house and after much insistence, convince him to ignore the newspaper article and to take his teaching job back.

Harry has five weeks to go before the second challenge. He seems to be reluctant to work on finding out the clue. As his fiends are worried, he pretends to them that he's got it all figured out. Ludo Bagman offers to help Harry. The boy, however...

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