Re: Snape = Gryffindor
- From: santosh <santosh.k83@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 05:04:58 +0530
On Jun 17, 10:08 am, Toon <t...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Tue, 17 Jun 2008 18:41:55 +1000, Welsh Dog <welsh...@xxxxxxxxx>
By the way, has anyone got a link to a thread where this was
discussed?? I can see nothing in the books to indicate why he wasn't
dumped in Hufflepuff. He is hardly 'noble, chivalrous and/or brave.
Isn't he? We know very little about Peter, and most of that is
second hand info. And people do change. We do now Peter befriended
a werewolf. Even if his desire to belong outweighed his fear. That
is still a brave thing to do. I can't imagine werewolf sympathizers
get treated much better than the werewolves themselves do.
I think that Peter was kind of like Neville . Peter might have become
brave with the help of loyal friends, but the Maureders treated him
like dirt so he turned to the slytherines who treated him even worse.
By the time we met him he was a broken man.
What would have happened to Neville if he had no real friends and was
treated as bad as Peter?
Hard to say. No two human being turn out exactly alike, not even
identical twins. Remember that the DEs were doing far more active
recruiting during Voldemort first ascent to power than his second one.
Neville may not have had the opportunity to "turn" into a Pettigrew,
even if were badly treated.
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