Re: Fawkes the ideal Horcux?
- From: "DaveD" <davedn1DELETE@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 20:16:00 GMT
"Thom Madura" <Thom-Madura@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Fish Eye no Miko wrote:
Thom Madura <Thom-Mad...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
As far as his attitude to Harry - NOW THAT WE KNOW that
Snape at least knew a part of the Prophecy and certainly realizes
that Harry is the "ONE" - and now that we know that Snape
returned to the OOP because he realized he gave up people he
knew - we cannot attribute the treatment of Harry to Snape's
relationship with James.
I'm sorry but how does any of that negate him hating Harry because of
If he was upset enough to go to the OOP because he gave up people he
knew to Voldemort - then he couldn't be that upset with James - or he
wouldn't have cared.
Not James, Lily. I know Dd talks about "the Potters" but that could be part
of his always thinking the best of people. Personally, I think it was Lily
Snape cared mainly about and for whose death he feels remorse for having
caused; I suspect he doesn't feel quite so guilty at having caused James'
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