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Detention and an Overdue Kiss

HBP: chapter 24, pp. 531-533      

As the [Quidditch] match begins, Harry walks to his detention with Snape, where he is forced to copy old records of misbehavior - specifically records of the Marauders.

HBP: chapter 24, pp. 533-534      

Harry returns to the Gryffindor common room to find a huge party celebrating the team's [Quidditch Cup] victory. Ginny runs toward him and they kiss, with Ron's implied approval, before heading out together to hang out by the lake.

25. The Seer Overheard

Chapter 25 summary      

Chapter 25 - "The Seer Overheard" - In which Hermione finds out about Eileen Prince, Dumbledore asks Harry to come immediately, and on the way Harry runs into Trelawney, learning from her both that Malfoy is incredibly happy and that Snape was the one who overheard the prophecy. Dumbledore asks Harry to accompany him on a quest for the Horcrux, but first Harry confronts him again about Snape; finally, Harry runs off to fetch his invibility cloak, giving Ron and Hermione his map and Felix Felicis, and he and Dumbledore apparate to the seaside.

Dumbledore's Summons and a Shocking Revelation

HBP: chapter 25, pp. 535-540      

Sitting in the common room, Harry chats with Ginny, Ron, and Hermione about tattoos, Ron's approval of Harry's relationship with Ginny, and [Eileen Prince]. They are interrupted, though, when [Jimmy Peakes] shows up with a note asking Harry to go straight to Dumbledore's office.

HBP: chapter 25, pp. 540-546      

On his way to Dumbledore's office, Harry runs into Professor Trelawney, who has just been kicked out of the Room of Requirement by an elated Draco Malfoy. In talking with her, Harry realizes that it was Snape who had overheard the [prophecy] - and sent Voldemort after the Potters.

HBP: chapter 25, pp. 546-551      

Harry runs to Dumbledore's office and confronts him about Snape's role in the [prophecy]. [Dumbledore] explains his knowledge again, then tells Harry to fetch his Invisibility Cloak so they can go after one of Voldemort's Horcruxes.

HBP: chapter 25, pp. 551-553      

Under the guise of fetching his Invisibility Cloak, Harry quickly tells Ron and Hermione where he's going and what he knows about Malfoy - and gives them the rest of his [Felix Felicis] for protection.

HBP: chapter 25, pp. 553-554      

Harry and [Dumbledore] meet in the [entrance hall], and then head into [Hogsmeade] so they can safely [Apparate] to the [cave] where [Dumbledore] suspects the Horcrux is hidden.

26. The Cave
Chapter 26 summary      

Chapter 26 - "The Cave" - In which Harry and Dumbledore enter the cave where Voldemort has hidden a Horcrux. After swimming to the entrance, Dumbledore spatters it with his blood to gain entry and they take a hidden boat across a lake. Protecting the Horcrux there is a potion that Dumbledore drinks, though Harry must force him to; after they obtain the locket Inferi erupt out of the water, and a weakened Dumbledore casts a fire spell to repel them as the pair flees the cave.

HBP: chapter 26, pp. 555-578      

Harry and [Dumbledore] enter Voldemort's [cave] on the coast, breaking past several enchantments to reach the Horcrux. In the end, Harry has to force [Dumbledore] to swallow poisonous potion and they escape through an army of Inferi. When Harry realizes that [Dumbledore] is counting on him to get them back to Hogwarts, [Dumbledore] tells him that it is because he is with Harry that he feels safe.

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