- ... And that is exactly what I said, so I am baffled as to why you are trying to argue with me about it. DBMessage 1 of 71 , Aug 2, 2005View SourceAt 10:24 PM 8/2/2005 -0400, Carl F. Hostetter wrote:
>There is _noAnd that is exactly what I said, so I am baffled as to why you are trying
>indication whatsoever_ that, thinking Frodo dead, he intended to go
>back and carry Frodo anywhere at all. It seems quite clear to me
>that, when he decides to go back after all, he does so with the
>intention of sitting with Frodo and waiting for what he regards as
>the inevitable failure of the Quest, and the consequent ruin of
to argue with me about it.
- ONe tidbit I didn t see mentioned in the various takes on the theory: at the end Harry rather considers getting Snape as a possible by-product, but isn tMessage 71 of 71 , Aug 14, 2005View SourceONe tidbit I didn't see mentioned in the various takes on the theory: at the end Harry rather considers "getting Snape" as a possible by-product, but isn't overly concerned with Snape or Malfoy. One could counter that he is focused on Voldemort, but I'm not sure I buy that as just putting Snape out of mind.
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