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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Moody or Crouch?
on page 685 4th line, instead of Moody it should be Crouch. Notice that in the sentences before and after that line it's Crouch who's speaking.
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Rose on 07-25-2000
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Mr. Music writes:
Technically, it's Crouch speaking, but he HAS BEEN Moody, and therefore can be referred to with both names!
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star451 writes:
I have the American hard back version and it says Crouch.
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heeheecunnings writes:
OK, let me clear this up for everybody. The chapter is Chapter 35, "Veritaserum". The spoken line is: "The Imperius Curse," *Moody* said. "I was under my father's control. I was forced to wear an Invisibility cloak day and night………"
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moonstar writes:
Hey star, so do I but it says Moody.
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Loony Loopy Lupin writes:
My version (the Australian one) has only 636 pages.
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Kaity writes:
If in your version of the book, they use the correct name, that's because your book was printed after the error was found.. I read the error was found and the books made thereafter were corrected
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Katie writes:
Well the reason it says Moody is because it is Crouch but not in his own body....still Moody so it owuld be correct to say either of them.
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BeccaRoo writes:
Crouch is speaking. His son actually telling ofhow he came to fake his death etc etc. The younger Crouch is speakin of how his father smuggled him out of Azkaban and drank the Pollyjuice til she died and then was buried with his face. Dumbledore asks him "And what did your father do with you when he had got you home? The younger Crouch says that his father staged his mom's death, had a private funeral, and that e had to be concealed nd controlled. THe older Crouch had to use a number of sells to subdue the yonger one. The younger Crouch says that whenhe recovered his strength, he thought only of finding Volemart. Then Dumbledore asks the youner Crouch how his father subdued him, to which he replies on the 4th line "The Imperius Curse..." So they didn't mess up.
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Satou Sei writes:
It would be easier if you posted a quote since I don't own the book and can't look it up. All I have is memory, and it's not that good. :P
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ldybrdway writes:
Depending on the copy you have (my hard cover is over 700 pages) there may be no page 685...but in most there is...
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@ssKicker writes:
There's one that a nine-year-old girl found, it's been on the news recently. In one bit, Crouch is speaking, but he's been missing for a while and returns later in the book. The girl wrote to the publishers, who said they'll change it in the next version.
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charmedgal writes:
For Aussies its pg 594. And it does say Moody. Weird!
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Sber writes:
In the British versions it is on a page that is less than 600 because i just read that bit last night.
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Zach writes:
In mine (american) it says Crouch. Maybe it's the editions mine might be a later edition.
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Freezy writes:
It took me a second to catch that. Nice eyes, Rose.
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