|“||Harry had not expected Hermione’s anger to abate overnight, and was therefore unsurprised that she communicated mainly by dirty looks and pointed silences next morning. Ron responded by maintaining an unnaturally sombre demeanour in her presence as an outward sign of continuing remorse. In fact, when all three of them were together Harry felt like the only non-mourner at a poorly attended funeral. During those few moments he spent alone with Harry (collecting water and searching the undergrowth for mushrooms), however, Ron became shamelessly cheery.||”|
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|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows|
|The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore||The Silver Doe||Xenophilius Lovegood||The Tale of the Three Brothers||The Deathly Hallows|
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