Re: The grindilow tank
- From: mewthree <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 15:42:14 GMT
Richard Eney wrote:
In article <er4qvu$9c3$1@xxxxxxxx>,lupin is not a thief. who in there right mind would steel under bumbledore nose. i have just read the book and he is in the room when he takes it.
drusilla <email@example.com> wrote:
Toon escribió:On Fri, 16 Feb 2007 02:56:17 GMT, John VanSickleOr he collects tanks.
Jim Hawkins wrote:Or, Lupin's a thief.Why did Lupin take the grindilow tank with him when he left Hogwarts ?JKR thought it would be interesting to have him carry it out.
It seems so unlikely a thing to do that I think there must be something
significant about it. But what ?
Or (1) he didn't want to leave the grindylows there to be used for
potion ingredients and (2) he could sell the tank (and possibly the contents) and get back a little more cash to pay for his potions.