Godric's Hollow is the sixteenth chapter of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.


When Harry woke the following day, it was several seconds before he remembered what had happened. Then he hoped, childishly, that it had been a dream, that Ron was still there and had never left. Yet by turning his head on his pillow he could see Ron’s deserted bunk. It was like a dead body in the way it seemed to draw his eyes. Harry jumped down from his own bed, keeping his eyes averted from Ron’s. Hermione, who was already busy in the kitchen, did not wish Harry good morning, but turned her face away quickly as he went by.

He’s gone, Harry told himself. He’s gone. He had to keep thinking it as he washed and dressed, as though repetition would dull the shock of it. He’s gone and he’s not coming back.


The Graveyard

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See also

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The Thief The Goblin's Revenge Godric's Hollow Bathilda's Secret The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore
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