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Old September 20th, 2006, 3:37 am
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Re: In Defense of Slytherin: A Different Kind of Courage

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Originally Posted by DezieBlack View Post
Great points, all. And no, I don't rank Slughorn's actions with Lily's--Harry did (to get what he wanted). I was echoing Harry's words there, "Be brave like my mother, Professor..." (British version, pg. 458) And as to whether or not Horace made a choice--I liked to think he did, but, as I said, I'm very partial to the old fellow.
I, too, believe Slughorn made a choice in that scene. He may have been drinking but he was clearly capable of deciding whether or not to extract the memory and hand it over to Harry.


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