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Old April 21st, 2005, 12:32 am
EEEvergood  Undisclosed.gif EEEvergood is offline
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Don't forget that scene in Dumbledore's office where he pulls out the little metel instrument, which spinns around, a snake comes out, splits in two, and what not. Dumbledore says, "Yes, yes, but in essence divided," or something like that.[/quote]


There is a passage in COS that possiblly relates to this issue. Upon learning of Tom Riddle's existence via the diary, Harry's memory is jogged - as if he, Tom Riddle, had been a friend he had known when he was a small child. It struck me as a very odd and probably meaningful statement. It implies an unconsious closeness supporting the theory of duality within Harry. Perhaps?


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