Book 7: Will Draco help Harry?
- From: "Kami" <Slytherin-witch@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 4 Feb 2006 23:17:50 -0800
I think that Draco will deliberately help Harry in some important way
in Book 7, as opposed to unintentionally as he has in the past. I think
that Harry will be willing to accept his assistance to thwart LV. I
know arguements will probably made against this regarding Snape and
Sirius' failure to set aside their personal grudge against each other
to attempt to defeat LV. But, I point out DD's contetion at the end of
OOTP, that it will be Harry's capacity to love that will be his
ultimate weapon against LV. Even in his grief over the loss of DD, he
felt compassion for Draco's situation.
"...he had not forgotten the fear in Malfoy's voice on that tower
top, nor the fact that he had lowered his wand before the other Death
Eaters arrived. Harry did not believe that Malfoy would have killed
Dumbledore. He despised Malfoy still for his infatuation with the Dark
Arts, but now had the tiniest drop of pity mingled with his dislike.
Where, Harry wondered, was Malfoy now, and what was Voldemort making
him do under the threat of killing him and his parents?" (see HBP
I doubt that Sirius or Snape would have been able to muster even the
slightest sympathy in regard to any hardship the other might have
suffered. In fact, I think that their hate for each other was so great
that they would have delighted in the fact and felt it deserved. I
think that Draco and Harry will be able to find a way to work together
to defeat LV. I think it is likely that they will HAVE to. BTW, I
remember the Sorting Hat advising the Houses to work together in times
of strife to overcome their difficulties.
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