• Source Xenophilius Lovegood explains that the┬ámark is the symbol of the Deathly Hallows. The origin of the story is “The Tale of the Three Brothers”, which Hermione then reads aloud. Xenophilius then explains the symbolism of the┬ámark and discusses the Hallows. Harry, wandering around the house, notices that there is no… Read More
• Character The second child of the unhappy marriage of Orford Umbridge and his Muggle wife, Ellen. The boy turned out to be a squib, and when the parents split up, Ellen took their son with her back to the Muggle world. Dolores never saw her brother again. Umbridge denied even the… Read More
• Character Aberforth Dumbledore was a tall, thin, grumpy-looking old man with a great deal of long grey hair and a beard (OP16). Like his famous brother Albus, he wore glasses (HBP12) and had blue eyes (DH). Aberforth was the barkeep at the Hog’s Head in Hogsmeade (EBF) and was… Read More