The Lion and the Serpent is the nineteenth chapter of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.


Harry felt as though he were carrying some kind of talisman inside his chest over the following two weeks, a glowing secret that supported him through Umbridge’s classes and even made it possible for him to smile blandly as he looked into her horrible bulging eyes. He and the DA were resisting her under her very nose, doing the very thing she and the Ministry most feared, and whenever he was supposed to be reading Wilbert Slinkhard’s book during her lessons he dwelled instead on satisfying memories of their most recent meetings, remembering how Neville had successfully disarmed Hermione, how Colin Creevey had mastered the Impediment Jinx after three meetings’ hard effort, how Parvati Patil had produced such a good Reductor Curse that she had reduced the table carrying all the Sneakoscopes to dust.


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See also

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Educational Decree Number Twenty-Four Dumbledore's Army The Lion and the Serpent Hagrid's Tale The Eye of the Snake
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