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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 29 - The Dream Summary

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Chapter 29 - The Dream Summary

The chapter begins with the three friends discussing what could have happened to Crouch. Harry, as usual, is suspicious of Snape. Apparently there is no trace of Crouch in the forest. Moody does not even manage to see him on the Marauders Map.

Harry corresponds with Sirius telling him all. Sirius sends a letter back scolding Harry for going into the forest and reminding him of the dangers. The young wizard scoffs at his godfather's worries. He reasons that if anyone wanted to attack him, they would have done so.

School goes on as usual. Harry practices the different spells he will need for the third and last task. Hermione and Ron, in between their bickering, help their friend along. During a particularly boring and hot Divinations class, Harry dozes off. In his dreams he flies on an owl's back, into...

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