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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Chapter 30 - The Pensieve Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 - The Pensieve Summary

Dumbledore lets Harry into his office and asks him to wait while he examines the grounds with the other two men. While waiting, Harry sees a strange basin filled with some silvery substance. When he looks into the basin, the substance becomes transparent and he sees a room full of wizards and witches sitting in a circle around an empty chair. He peeks in closer to the bowl, when he is suddenly sucked in and sitting in one of the chairs. He is actually sitting next to Dumbledore, to whom he is invisible. He is obviously somewhere in the past. it is as if Harry is in someone's dream.

Two Dementors bring Karkaroff into the room and shackle him to the chair in the middle. Mr. Crouch appears and begins to interrogate the prisoner. Karkaroff agrees to give the names of...

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