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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 31 – The Third Task Summary

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Chapter 31 - The Third Task Summary

Harry is preparing himself to face the third and final task. In his correspondence with Sirius, they discuss the fact that Voldemort seems to be regaining his powers. Ron and Hermione continue to try to figure out why and how Harry's name got into the Goblet of Fire.

On the day of the third task, another article by Rita Skeeter appears in the Daily Prophet. This time she attacks Harry, hinting that he is unbalanced and dangerous. Rita bases her story on Harry's strange turn in class. She uses Draco Malfoy's comments about Potter's ability to talk to snakes, his friendship with giants, like Hagrid, and werewolves. The big question is, once again, how does she get her information?

On the day of the last challenge, the contestants' families are allowed to come to visit them. Harry is very touched...

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