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Ironically, he claims Myrtle is one, to explain why Myrtle claims Ginny cursed at her and threatened her, when Ginny has no memory of doing such a thing (and, indeed, never would). Ginny buys it for a while, but eventually catches on. My mother died just after I was born, sir. They told me at the orphanage she lived just long enough to name me: Tom after my father, Marvolo after my grandfather." Harry and Dudley, summarized in Harry's observation that Dudley saw to it that Harry never had friends before his admission to Hogwarts. That's the dragon. Hagrid's worse at names than Ron. But even though Norbert's probably fine in Romania, Ron said Hagrid was really, really sad about it.

It's how Tom lets out his aggravation, and Ginny's often too naive to get that she's being laughed at. Unfortunately, we are not being told which of Riddle's grandfathers was named "Marvolo" at this point. We will only learn that information in ( HBP10), about four years from now. Oh – you’re enchanted! You’re like those diaries I saw in the window of that shop with all the stationery. I had no idea – I didn’t know this diary was an enchanted one – I’m so sorry to burst in and write all over you!Most of the events of this chapter take place on Valentine's Day (or on 13 June, 50 years ago, depending on one's point of view). False Friend: Tom pretends to be Ginny's friend and trusted confidant, all while manipulating her so he can kill Muggle-borns and resurrect himself. Oh don’t say that, because you’re not mine and you weren’t even bought! I don’t feel right about it. I don't know what to do. From this and from other remarks ( CS14), it appears that the lifecycle of a mandrake resembles a speeded-up human lifecycle, complete with puberty. It's very jarring to imagine these human-like entities being chopped up. When Harry decides not to leave the diary bobbing in the toilet, we see a flash of intuition telling him that the name T.M. Riddle is significant. Voldemort left Harry with marks other than the scar on his forehead; we learn later in this book that he left him with the ability to speak Parseltongue, and in the first book of the series, we learn that the wand that chose Harry contained the brother phoenix feather to the wand that chose Voldemort. Harry is connected to his nemesis in more ways that he knows or understands, and this explains his curiosity about Riddle before he knows that Riddle is the boy who one day would become Voldemort. Good and evil are never wholly unconnected, but rather will always return to interact with each other. These moral extremes even at times share origins, as Riddle and Harry do, with their orphaned, Muggle-raised childhoods, their gift for Parselmouth, their skinny, dark-haired appearances.

The closer a writer became to the memory of Tom Riddle emotionally, the more power the diary would acquire over him or her. For example, Ginny poured her fears and desires into the diary, thus it was easy for Tom to possess her. As this diary contained Riddle's soul, it also housed his magical powers. This included his ability to speak Parseltongue. He could even cause the diary writer to speak it while possessing them, which was instrumental in reopening the Chamber of Secrets. [2] Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: The last few entries. Did she just flip off Voldemort? Why yes, yes she did. Tom: Breathe deeply. And when your mind is blank and cold, and your body feels numb and open, put me away under your pillow and stay very, very still. He also bullies poor Myrtle, telling her how she is useless in death as she was in life, and that he wishes he could kill her again. Even though Myrtle does not know that Ginny is possessed, and that Tom was behind her death, she is still so affected by the brutal verbal beatdown that she hides for a whole week.Interestingly, the book could be compared to Snape's Potions Book. Both were used by their respective owners as an outlet to use Dark Magic: Tom Riddle used his diary to create his first Horcrux, while Snape used his textbook to create original magic. Both books were used by other people without the knowledge of the owner's true identity until later. This further highlighted the personal similarities between Riddle and Snape. Whether this was intentional on Rowling's part or merely a coincidence was unknown. It was because of Ginny's experience with the diary that she resented Harry's choice of following Snape's textbook instructions. Because human beings are all alike, Ginevra, no matter how old. Each is weak in his own way, and everyone has… hidden something. It does not make you a terrible person, to have hidden something of your own. Trust me - and tell me a secret.

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