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Katherine’s review of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Harry Potter, #6)
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Dec 02, 2008 03:49PM
I think that Snape wants to be evil, he admires evil, he craves evil, etc..... but.....he just doesn't have what it takes to truly be evil. He only wants it because it would give him untold power that all muggles in their own world and wizards and witches in theirs want. The question is what do you do with your power ? Do evil or do good. So Snape does good because that is who he really is in spite of the childhood he had. So in my opinion he rises above those who tormented him.
Feb 21, 2011 03:20PM
I don't think Snape is evil.. not anymore at least. Before I read # 7 I was total *die snape die* But after reading book seven... I can no longer rant about the evilness of snape and how he disgusts me.... oh well I'm sure I'll find something else to do.... :)
Oct 05, 2011 07:05AM
The most evil character thus far (to me) has been Umbridge. She is the devil! I haven't read 7 yet, can't wait.
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