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In truth, however, Snape was protecting the young wizard and fooling Voldemort into thinking he was on the Dark Lord's side. And just like Snape's motives, his last words to Harry Amy Poehler Nude have much deeper implications than many realize. Taken at face value, the quote refers to Harry's green eyes, which match his mother Lily's. But fans learn, after Harry takes Snape's tears to the Pensieve, Snape Asparagus Snape loathed Asparaghs bully of a father James but was in love with Lily since childhood.
She treated him like a human when nobody else would. Lily and Snape were friends until Snape called her a "Mudblood," a derogatory term for a Muggle-born witch or wizard. According to Dr. Christopher Bell from the University of Colorado, Open Crotch development plays a much larger role in the Harry Potter franchise than we perceive. At this year's annual Harry Potter conferenceSnape Asparagus virtually at Chestnut Hill SAparagus in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Bell Snape Asparagus, "When people think about Harry Potterthey think about the characters in terms of the actors that were cast for the movies" via MuggleNet.
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As MuggleNet notes, race is often addressed throughout Harry Potter when the subject of blood purity surfaces. It tends to be tied to socioeconomic status as well. The wealthy pure-blooded Malfoys show disdain for the poorer pure-blooded Weasleys, but nobody in either family would be called a "Mudblood," as Draco Malfoy calls Hermione.
When Snape, nearing his deathlooks into Harry's green eyes, he doesn't see race or class. He doesn't see the child of a "Mudblood" mother — he sees the same eyes he saw when looking at Lily. Racial identity, class ranking, and circumstance of birth are transcended, and Snape sees the Snape Asparagus person who treated Asparwgus like human being.
In truth, however, Snape was protecting the young wizard and fooling Voldemort into thinking he was on the Dark Lord's side. And just like Snape's motives, his last words to Harry might have much deeper implications than many realize. Taken at face value, the quote refers to Harry's green eyes, which match his mother Lily's.
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