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    John Podhoretz on Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets on National Review Online
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 19, 2002
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      <A HREF="http://www.nationalreview.com/podhoretz/podhoretz111902.asp">John Podhoretz on Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets on National
      Review Online</A>

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      It says something about <A HREF="http://www.harrypotter.com/">Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets</A> — something
      not good — that its most memorable moments involve inanimate objects. In one
      truly wonderful scene, a boy wizard receives an angry letter from his mother.
      The letter, on red stationery, folds itself into the shape of a mouth and
      commences screeching at the boy. A talking hat that appeared in the first
      Harry Potter movie makes a delightful cameo appearance. Harry writes in a
      mysterious diary with blank pages. The diary answers him in an old-fashioned
      script.

      Would that the characters were as charming, as haunting or as memorable as
      the letter, hat, and diary.

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      Diamond Proudbrook here: Am I just confused? Didn't Ron or someone already
      receive a Howler in the first movie?

      DP


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