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J.K. Rowling Reveals One of Her Favorite Harry Potter Moments
By Maren Koetsier - 09.12.2016 at 09:26

"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling now revealed one of her favorite moments from the books.

There are many unforgettable moments in the "Harry Potter" saga: the escape from Malfoy Manor and the subsequent death of the house-elf Dobby, for example. When Harry gets his wand or when the boy with the lightning scar on his forehead learns he's a wizard. Definitely memorable is the death scene of Severus Snape and the immersion in his memories or when Narcissa Malfoy does not reveal to the dark Lord Voldemort that Harry is still alive because she only wants to see her son. There are many such memorable scenes in J.K. Rowling and the cinema adaptations. Do you have one or more favorite scenes? The bestselling author has some and has now revealed one.

“Hamilton” creator, actor and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote to Rowling on Twitter: “This moment! @jk_rowling 'I'm not worried Harry,' said Dumbledore in a strong voice despite the freezing water. ,I'm with you'."




The author replied: “Can't say what this means to me (of you) because this moment is one of my dearest. I always have the feeling that HBP [means 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince'] is overshadowed by DH ['Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows']. "

Harry Potter and Albus Dumbledore went together in Volume 6 to a cave on the coast to find and destroy a Horcrux of Voldemort. To get to the item, the Headmaster at Hogwarts drinks an enchanted liquid that is very harmful to him. In this dark hour he expresses his confidence in Harry ... the most tragic thing is that Dumbledore dies a short time later.

Since November 17, 2016 viewers can enter a new era of J.K. Dive into Rowling's magical world: “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is the start of a five-part series that takes place from 1926 to 1945 - decades before Harry was born.




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