The Lost Diadem
"Wit beyond measure is man's greatest treasure."
Notes by Michele L. Worley
Page editor Belinda Hobbs
U.S. hardcover edition: pages 571 - 588
U.K. hardcover edition: pages 460 - 473
? May 1998
In which Neville escorts HRH
through the passageway from the
Hog's Head to the
Room of Requirement,
where Dumbledore's Army recaps the
situation in Hogwarts and
the Ravenclaws tell
the Ravenclaw Tower to
look at its representation on Ravenclaw's statue, and
Alecto Carrow ambushes them
Ravenclaw common room.
Interesting facts and notes about the text of this chapter:
Seamus is worse.
Apparating directly into the bar
We're up on the fifth floor
watching Filch moving away from them
through squares of moonlight upon the floor
past suits of armour
pulling him toward a spiral staircase.
They climbed in tight, dizzying circles.
a bronze knocker in the shape of an eagle
view of the surrounding mountains
It was not unlike the tiara
Fleur had worn at her wedding.
'Wit beyond measure is man's greatest treasure.'
Characters introduced in this chapter:
Characters returning in this chapter:
(in Harry's vision)
Characters mentioned in this chapter:
Settings and locations introduced or returning in this chapter:
Settings and locations mentioned in this chapter:
Exceptional character moments:
Links and Resources:
"You've saved our lives twice."
"Look after 'em, then," said
Aberforth gruffly. "I
might not be able to save 'em a third time."
Ron, "there's a time and a
place for getting a smart mouth."
"Little old witch living alone, they probably thought they didn't need
to send anyone particularly powerful. Anyway,"
"Dawlish is still in St. Mungo's and Gran's on the run."
Immediately after the preceding chapter, on the same May evening in 1998.