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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 37 – The Beginning Summary

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Chapter 37 - The Beginning Summary

Everybody is sad and depressed, but life must go on. Cedric's parents are devastated, but they don't blame Harry Potter for the tragedy. This is a small comfort for the young hero.

Harry is safe, but it is not a happy ending. There is none of the usual end-year excitement and anticipation. Everyone is sad and shocked at what happened to Cedric. Against Fudge's orders, Dumbledore makes a point of telling all the school exactly what happened. He asks that everyone be prepared for the hard times to come and to fight against the evil of Voldemort and his followers.

School year is over and vacation time has come. Hagrid and Madame Maxime will be going off on some secret mission for Dumbledore. Viktor Krum is heading home. Fleur Delacour is hoping to come back to England to learn the language. Ron...

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