Re: Lily's Patronus
- From: Kathie Robinson <robinska@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 08:15:43 -0500
When Harry and Voldemort are circling one another in their final battle and Harry is explaining why Snape was never Voldemort's pawn because of his love for Lily. He uses a reference to Snape's patronus being a silver doe just like his mother's.
Green-Eyed Chris wrote:
In article <13m5aii3ts2u4dd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,.
Kathie Robinson <robinska@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This may be all just messed up in my own head...I tried to see if this topic had been discussed but couldn't find exactly what I was looking for.
It seems to me that Harry had no idea who's patronus the silver doe was when she led him to the sword. However, in his last confrontation with Voldemort he knew that his mother's patronus was a silver doe. He obviously knew that Snape's was.
I can't find the moment of revelation for him in the book when he became aware of what his mother's patronus was. Or are we to assume that he deduced it from the hints in Snape's memories.
Was there some small conversation in some paragraph that I missed?
Not that I can find. I've done a search.
But where is it mentioned in the confrontation?
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