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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Which Arm?
In the book, when Harry gets stuck in the stairs and Snape and Moody comes along, Moody makes some statement. I forgot what it was, but it was something pertaining to the Dark Mark on Snape's arm. Snape suddenly grabs his right arm, therefore the mark should be on that arm. But later, he shows Fudge the mark on his left arm...
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etaonish on 10-11-2000
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SugarFly26 writes:
In my book it says 'he seized his left arm convulsively in his right hand.' And then later it says Snape stepped forward pulling up the left sleeves of his robes..so maybe they fixed it or something, but it's right in mine.
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Albuquerque7007 writes:
That's funny... In my book, it says "...Snape suddenly did something very strange. He seized his left forearm convulsively with his right hand, as though something on it had hurt him..." and later it says, "...Snape strode forward, past Dumbledore, pulling up the left sleeve of his robes as he went..."
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myself writes:
My book is 1st edition and it's right so I don't know what's wrong with yours.
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Wonderman writes:
Maybe he had an itch?... :)
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MrsCarlisleCullen writes:
In reply to Anna, those words are not very commonly used in Britain amongst young people. Apparently, JKR originally used some ruder words in the books which were replaced with less-popular words (considered to be less rude) to coincide with the guidelines for the target audience.
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lukky_one writes:
They made a mistake, then they fixed it. THE END
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Anna writes:
People, there is no mistake. Life will go on. No, wait, it won't. No, Wait it will. Oh, i dun no. I just love the books so much. Do you? I do. do I? I DO! So just get over it and go read the book, and have an imagination. Don't be a "pratt" or a "git." (In America, children at the age or 14 don't use those words. I never heard of them before I read the book.) Are they popular in England? Tell me!
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