After some good discussion in the comments of last week’s post, we’re back to take a fresh look at Snape. Is Snape good or evil, or perhaps, neither (or both)? Most of us are under the presumption that there is some explanation for Snape’s actions: either he was working for Voldemort all along, and fooling Dumbledore, or he is truly faithful to Dumbledore and the Order, and killing Dumbledore was for some greater good. But what if neither are true? What if Snape just trying to get by for as long as possible without taking sides? And he would have gotten away with it too, if weren’t for those pesky kids! Tune in as we revisit the question of Snape with a new theory as to what his motivations were.
And the news (brought to you by Greg this week, for a change):
- Growing controversy of Emma Watson’s physique (see the link for comparison photos).
- Vermont Paper Mill get Deathly Hallows job.
- Thieves make off with 700-pound wooden Dumbledore statue. Is nothing sacred?
- Aboon Books launches “My-Name-Is-Harry” Writing Contest. Win money writing about a guy whose name is also Harry Potter.
- Scholastic Poll: Is Snape Good or Evil?
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