Susan’s review of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter, #3)
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Aug 21, 2008 02:26PM
Susan, I completely understand your frustration with mispronounced words... I have that same pet peeve. Here's one of my favorites, if we can call it that: "Fustrated" Two Rs there, not one!
Anyway, to answer your question, if I recall correctly, magic has a "life-span", so anything conjured should disappear after a while. The window Hermione fixed would remain fixed because it was originally there.
Fred and George Weasley's banner and their fireworks display in Book 5 are two examples of this. After a while the magic starts to run down and then stops altogether. Also, I am fairly sure that Mrs. Weasley isn't conjuring food out of her wand, but is magically preparing it from food they already have through her wand. I could be wrong about this though, since I've never seen the Weasley's pantry!
I hope that makes sense!
Nov 27, 2011 01:13PM
Totally agree with the crushes. Jason Issacs is one of those people who is handsome and is very charismatic, when he/Lucius isn't a snot. Even in movie 7.1 when he's a downtrodden mess.
And Bill, yes. As Harry says, he's just cool (and considerate too).
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