Re: Odd Question
- From: "Here in Minnesota" <neverwillicheckthis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 18:58:21 -0600
On Mar 5, 2:19 pm, Ron Hunter <rphun...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I was re-reading book 1 the other day, and I came across an
interesting part. When dumbledore is talking to harry at the end
after he gets the stone back, Harry asks about snape and his
father. DD says "snape hated your father because he did something
unforgivable; he saved his life". Do you think james might have
been involved in converting Snape to the good side?
NOT. Snape resents him because the thing he saved Snape from was
Strictly it was Sirious who sent Snape down the tunnel. James found
out and warned Snape. Probably more to save Sirious from getting into
trouble than anything else.
But no, they still hated each other.
BriD wrote what I was going to... DD was right; James did save Snape life...
it was Sirius who "sent" Snape down not James.
There is still the possibility that James was involved in converting Snape.
Harry only saw his father in memories when he was an immature teenage boy.
Lupin said that James became much more mature when James grew up some.
James may have been part of the conversion but the saving his life is more
likely the Lupin thing.
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