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DH: chapter 33, pp. 670-672      

Snape's fourth memory: On the [Hogwarts Express], Snape tries unsuccessfully to console Lily, who is still upset that they made [Petunia] so angry. But, they are interrupted by James Potter and his buddy Sirius, already making fun of Snape, and Snape and Lily leave to find another compartment.

DH: chapter 33, pp. 672-673      

Snape's fifth memory: Harry watches as Snape's [Sorting] takes place. James, Sirius, Lupin, and Pettigrew all land in [Gryffindor], as does Lily, though Snape moans at this. Snape himself, of course, is placed in [Slytherin].

DH: chapter 33, pp. 673-675      

Snape's sixth memory: Snape and Lily argue about Snape's friends, the [Dark Magic] he's getting himself mixed up in, and his spying on James Potter and his friends. When Lily calls James an "arrogant toerag," though, Snape is so happy that he hears virtually none of the other things she says.

DH: chapter 33, p. 675      

Snape's seventh memory: Harry once again watches from afar as James and Sirius taunt Snape, lifting him up in the air, and as Snape calls Lily a [Mudblood] when she comes to his defense.

DH: chapter 33, pp. 675-676      

Snape's eighth memory: Lily, furious at Snape for calling her a [Mudblood] and for his cavorting with the Death Eaters, refuses to listen to his feeble apologies, and storms off.

DH: chapter 33, pp. 676-678      

Snape's ninth memory: Snape meets [Dumbledore] to request his help in protecting Lily Evans Potter from Voldemort, now that Voldemort has heard part of the [prophecy] and intends to kill the whole [Potter family]. He also vows to do "Anything" in return.

DH: chapter 33, pp. 678-679      

Snape's tenth memory: Snape, despairing and furious at Lily's death, sits with [Dumbledore] and vows to work to keep Harry Potter safe, so long as Dumbledore never tells a soul of their agreement.

DH: chapter 33, p. 679      

Snape's eleventh memory: Again in [Dumbledore]'s office, Snape complains about Harry's arrogance, though Dumbledore tells him that his other teachers rather like him. He also asks Snape to help him keep an eye on Quirrell.

DH: chapter 33, pp. 679-680      

Snape's twelfth memory: After the Yule Ball, Snape tells [Dumbledore] of his [Dark Mark] growing darker, and of his intentions to stay put (rather than flee like [Karkaroff]) when Voldemort returns. Dumbledore leaves him with a cryptic message: "You know, I sometimes think we Sort too soon...."

DH: chapter 33, pp. 680-683      

Snape's thirteenth memory: Once again in [Dumbledore]'s office, Severus Snape casts charms to confine the terrible curse to Dumbledore's hand, after he put on the [Peverell ring] and was nearly killed. With only a year or so left to live, though, Dumbledore hatches a plan: Snape vows to protect the students of [Hogwarts] when Dumbledore is gone, and agrees to kill Dumbledore when the time arrives.

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