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PS/SS Final Chapter The Man With Two Faces [2007 Feb. 24th|11:19 pm]
Readdown to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
[Current Location |Hogsmeade Station]
[mood |relievedrelieved]

Well, we made it to the end of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's/Sorcerer's Stone by finishing The Man With Two Faces

Send some thoughts up to Harry in the Hospital Wing before he heads back to the Dursley's on the Hogwarts Express. Previous chapters will remain open for discussion.

If there were any new ideas someone brought up, or if you have any lingering questions from previous chapters feel free to talk about those too.

Tomorrow night we will head make preperations year two at Hogwarts and start Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secerts with Chapter One The Worst Birthday. The post should be up at 12a US EST 2/26/07 so we can all wish Harry a happy twelve years.

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[User Picture]From: incorporeal_x
2007-02-25 05:58 am (UTC)
One thing that either I have looked over or missed or something: Does the real Quirrell stutter?
I also have never liked the way the stuttering was written, but I may be biased since I actually have one.

"To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure." Foreshadowing much, Dumbledore?
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[User Picture]From: pica_scribit
2007-02-25 06:19 am (UTC)
Quirrell stutters when he meets Harry at the Leaky Cauldron, which was before he was possessed by Voldemort. I always imagined it as more of a nervoud, hesitant quirk, rather than an actual speech impediment in his case.
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[User Picture]From: incorporeal_x
2007-02-25 06:42 am (UTC)
Yyyyeah that's right.

I guess it would be more a nervousness thing, but I never like the way stutterers are portrayed in books hahah
Stuttering does not equal nervousness and all that.
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