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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Chapter 26 – The Second Task Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 - The Second Task Summary

Harry tells his two best friends about the adventures the night before. Potter mistrusts Snape and thinks that his professor is out to harm him. Hermione, though, reminds him that if Dumbledore trusts Snape, there must be a reason for it. The young wizard also sends a letter off to Sirius about Crouch breaking into Snape's office and all that happened the night before.

Time is running out and Harry urgently has to find a way to breathe underwater. Panic is beginning to sink in, he finds it hard to eat or sleep. Nightmares hound him. He looks up all the books searching for spells, and cannot find any. Hermione tries to help him, but to no avail. On the last day, Hermione and Ron are called by one of the professors. That night, before the task, Harry falls asleep...

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