The Tale of the Three Brothers is the twenty-first chapter of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.


Harry turned to look at Ron and Hermione. Neither of them seemed to have understood what Xenophilius had said, either.

‘The Deathly Hallows?’

‘That’s right,’ said Xenophilius. ‘You haven’t heard of them? I’m not surprised. Very, very few wizards believe. Witness that knuckle-headed young man at your brother’s wedding,’ he nodded at Ron, ‘who attacked me for sporting the symbol of a well-known Dark wizard! Such ignorance. There is nothing Dark about the Hallows – at least, not in that crude sense. One simply uses the symbol to reveal oneself to other believers, in the hope that they might help one with the Quest.’


Beedle the Bard

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See also

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The Silver Doe Xenophilius Lovegood The Tale of the Three Brothers The Deathly Hallows Malfoy Manor
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