Chapter 22 Summary
St. Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries
Professor McGonagall ushers Harry directly to Dumbledore’s office, where Harry proceeds to tell Dumbledore all about the dream. Harry is fairly embarrassed that he “was” the snake that attacked Arthur Weasley, so Harry tries to avoid that fact in the first explanation. Of course, Dumbledore immediately asks Harry from what perspective he had this dream. Similar to what happened in Courtroom Ten in the Ministry of Magic, Dumbeldore never looks Harry in the eye.
As soon as Dumbledore realizes that Arthur Weasley is most likey in grave peril, he enlists the help of the former headmasters of Hogwarts (from their portraits on the...
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