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I think that if it were to be him that would be just so cliche and there's no way that's how it ends up happening. He seems to me to function as like an almost distractingly obvious red herring.
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Now, my father wasn’t a big reader and rarely wrote letters, much less to authors. But when I went through a phase in high school of constantly carrying Catch-22 around and quoting from it and writing things like, “There was only one catch and that was catch-22” in magic marker on phone booths in the supermarket parking lot where I worked as a shopping cart retriever (superdistinguished summer job!), my father asked to borrow my copy and, to my surprise, became an instant fan.
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When you read this novel, you'll quickly discover that such a catch can only exist because everyone is mad. From Private to General, there is not a sane man to be found. Even the psychiatrist is quite plainly mad. The result is some real laugh out loud moments as we follow Yossarian through his struggles to be sent home alive. But when we read of the horrors through which he has lived, we begin to understand.
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Ollivander: Curious... Very curious... Harry: Sorry... but what's curious? Ollivander: I remember every wand I've ever sold, Mr. Potter. Every single wand. And it just so happens that the phoenix, whose tail feather resides in your wand, gave another feather. Just one other. It is curious that you should be destined for this wand, when its brother gave you that scar. Harry: ...And who owned that wand? Ollivander: We do not speak his name. The wand chooses the wizard, Mr. Potter. It's not always clear why. But. I think it is clear that we can expect great things from you. After all, He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named did great things. Terrible, yes... but great. Harry: He killed my parents, didn't he? The one who gave me this. [points to his scar. Hagrid looks hesitant to respond] You know, Hagrid, I know you do. Hagrid: [sighs and leans towards him] First – and understand this, Harry, 'cause it's very important – not all wizards are good. Some of them go bad. And a few years ago, there was one wizard who went as bad as you can go. And his name was V– [becomes tense] His name was V– Harry: Maybe if you wrote it down? Hagrid: Nah, I can't spell it. All right... [in a whisper] Voldemort. Harry: Voldemort? Hagrid: [frantically] Shh! It was dark times, Harry, dark times. [As Hagrid narrates, we see a flashback of a robed, hooded figure - Voldemort - breaking into Harry's parents' home and striking his mother dead; it ends just as Voldemort aims his wand at baby Harry] Voldemort started to gather some followers; brought 'em over to the dark side. Anyone that stood up to him ended up dead. Your parents fought against him, but nobody lived once he decided to kill 'em. Nobody. Not one. Except you. Harry: Me? Voldemort tried to kill... me? Hagrid: Yes. That ain't no ordinary cut on yer forehead. A mark like that only comes from bein' touched by a curse, and an evil curse at that. Harry: And what happened to Vol– To You-Know-Who? Hagrid: Well, some say he died. Codswallop in my opinion. Nope, I reckon he's still out there somewhere, too tired to carry on. But one thing's fer certain: Somethin' about you stumped him that night. That's why you're famous. That's why everyone knows your name. You're the Boy Who Lived. Hermione: Has anyone seen a toad? A boy named Neville has lost one. Ron: No. Hermione: [sees Ron attempting magic] Oh, are you doing magic? Let's see then. Ron: [clears throat] Sunshine, daisies, butter mellow... turn this stupid, fat rat yellow! [Nothing happens] Hermione: Are you sure that's a real spell? Well, it's not very good is it? [Ron gives Harry an indignant and exasperated look] Of course, I've only tried a few simple ones myself, but they've all worked for me. For example, [sits in front of Harry] Oculus Reparo. [She waves her wand and Harry's glasses are immediately fixed.] That's better, isn't it? [realizes who he is] Holy cricket, you're Harry Potter! I'm Hermione Granger. [looks at Ron] And... you are? Ron: [muffled] Um, Ron Weasley. Hermione: [chagrined] Pleasure. You two best change into robes, I expect we'll be arriving soon. [leaves, but turns around to face Ron] You've got dirt on your nose, by the way. Did you know? Just there. [Ron, annoyed, rubs his nose and finds she is right] Draco Malfoy: So it's true, then. What they're saying on the train. Harry Potter has come to Hogwarts. [All the first years murmur in excitement; Draco indicates two boys next to him] This is Crabbe, and Goyle. And I'm Malfoy. Draco Malfoy. [Ron sniggers; Draco turns to glare at him] Think my name's funny, do you? No need to ask yours. Red hair, and a hand-me-down-robe? You must be a Weasley. [turns back to Harry] You'll soon find out some wizarding families are better than others, Potter. You don't want to go making friends with the wrong sort. I can help you there. [offers his hand] Harry: [coldly] I think I can tell the wrong sort for myself, thanks. [Harry has just joined the Gryffindor Quidditch team.] Ron: Fred and George are on the team too. Beaters. Fred: Our job is to make sure that you don't get bloodied up too badly! Can't make any promises. Rough game, Quidditch. George: Brutal! But no one's died in years. Someone will vanish occasionally [Harry and Ron walk off] but they'll turn up in a month or two! [After their fiasco with a three-headed dog.] Ron: What do they think they're doing? Keeping a thing like that locked up in a school? Hermione: You don't use your eyes, do you? Didn't you see what it was standing on? Ron: I wasn't looking at its feet! I was a bit preoccupied with its heads. Or maybe you didn't notice. They were three! Hermione: It was standing on a trapdoor. Which means, it wasn't there by accident. It's guarding something. Harry: Guarding something? Hermione: That's right. Now, if you two don't mind, I'm going to bed before either of you come up with another clever idea to get us killed. Or worse, expelled. [Goes into her dormitory] Ron: She needs to sort out her priorities. Oliver: [Leading Harry to practice, carrying a trunk] Quidditch is easy enough to understand. Each team has seven players: Three Chasers, two Beaters, one Keeper, and a Seeker. That's you. [Opens trunk and takes a round ball with four indents in it out] There are three kinds of balls. [Tosses it to Harry] This one's called the Quaffle. The Chasers handle the Quaffle and try to put it through one of those three hoops. [Points to three hoops on opposite end of field.] The Keeper, that's me, defends the hoops. With me so far? Harry: I think so. [Tosses Quaffle back to Oliver] What are those? [Acknowledges two other balls] Oliver: Oh. [Takes out a bat, a little shorter that a baseball bat] You better take this. [Hands bat to Harry, then unlatches one of the balls from trunk. It shoots up into the air, then zooms back down] Careful now, it's comin' back. [Harry whacks the ball with the bat. The ball zooms off in another direction right though the gap of a statue that has crossed swords] Not bad, Potter. You'd make a fair Beater. [The ball comes back heading directly for Oliver] Uh-oh. [It whacks him in the chest, knocking him over. He fights with it to get it back in the trunk. He eventually succeeds, and locks it back in] Harry: What was that thing? Oliver: [Panting] Bludger. Nasty little buggers. But you... [Points to Harry]...are a Seeker. [Takes out walnut-sized gold ball with silver wings] The only thing I want you to worry about is this. The Golden Snitch. [Hands it to Harry] Harry: I like this ball. Oliver: Ah, you like it now. Just wait. It's wicked fast and damn near impossible to see. Harry: What do I do with it? Oliver: You catch it... before the other team's Seeker. You catch this, the game's over. You catch this, Potter, and we win. [Talking about Snape after the Quidditch match when he was accused of jinxing Harry's broom] Hagrid: Nonsense! Why would Snape put a curse on Harry's broom? Harry: Who knows? Why was he trying to get past that three-headed dog on Halloween? Hagrid: Who told you about Fluffy? Ron: "Fluffy"?! Hermione: That thing has a name? Hagrid: Of course, he's got a name! He's mine! I bought him off an Irish feller I met down at the pub last year. The I lent him to Dumbledore to guard the– Harry: Yes? Hagrid: Shouldn't have said that. No more questions! Don't ask any more questions. That's top-secret, that is. Harry: But, Hagrid, whatever Fluffy's guarding, Snape's trying to steal it. Hagrid: Codswallop! Professor Snape is a Hogwarts teacher! Hermione: Hogwarts teacher or not, I know a spell when I see one. I've read all about them. You've got to keep eye contact and Snape wasn't blinking. Harry: Exactly. Hagrid: Ron, Hermione, you'll come with me. Ron: [In a timid, high voice] Okay. Hagrid: And Harry, you'll go with Malfoy. [Harry nods] Malfoy: Okay, then I get Fang. Hagrid: Fine. Just so you know, he's a bloody coward. [Malfoy and Harry look over at Fang, who whimpers] Firenze Harry Potter, you must leave. You are known to many creatures here. The Forest is not safe at this time, especially for you. Harry: But what was that thing you saved me from? Firenze: A monstrous creature. [indicates the dead Unicorn] It is a terrible crime to slay a Unicorn. Drinking a Unicorn's blood will keep you alive even if you are an inch from death, but at a terrible price, for you have slain something so pure, that from the moment the blood touches your lips, you will have a half-life. A cursed life. Harry: But who would choose such a life? Firenze: Can you think of no one? Harry: Do you mean to say, that that thing that killed the Unicorn, that was drinking its blood... that was Voldemort? Firenze: Do you know what is hidden in the school at this very moment, Mr. Potter? Harry: The Philosopher's Stone. [Hagrid, Ron and Hermione appear] Hermione: Harry! Hagrid: Hello there, Firenze. See you've met our young Mr. Potter. You alright there, Harry? Harry: [nods] Mm-hm. Firenze: Harry Potter, this is where I leave you. You're safe now. Good luck. [Snape has approached Harry, Ron and Hermione] Snape: Now, what would three young Gryffindors such as yourselves be doing inside on a day like this? Hermione: We... [Snape looks to her, expecting an answer]...we were just... Snape: You ought to be more careful. People may think you're... [Snape notices Harry eyeing him cautiously. He glares sharply at Harry]...up to something. [Harry enters a room and discovers Quirrell in front of the Mirror of Erised] Harry: You? No, it can't– it can't be. Snape, he was– he was the one who– Quirrell: Yes. He does seem the type, doesn't he? But next to him, who would suspect p-p-p-poor st-st-st-stuttering Professor Quirrell? Harry: But that day, during the Quidditch match, Snape tried to kill me. Quirrell: No, dear boy. I tried to kill you! And trust me, if Snape's cloak hadn't caught fire and broken my eye contact, I would have succeeded! Even with Snape muttering his little counter-curse. Harry: Snape was... trying to save me? Quirrell: I knew you were a danger to me right from the off, especially after Halloween. Harry: Th-th-then you let the troll in! Quirrell: Very good, Potter, yes. Snape, unfortunately, wasn't fooled. While everyone else was running about the dungeons, he went to the third floor to head me off. He, of course, never trusted me again. He barely left me alone. But he doesn't understand - I'm never alone. Never. Now, what does this mirror do? Yes, I see what I desire. I see myself holding the stone. But how do I get it?! Voldemort: Use the boy. Quirrell: COME HERE, POTTER!!! NOW!!! [Harry walks to Quirrell and the Mirror of Erised] Tell me. What do you see? [Harry sees his reflection take out the Philosopher's Stone, then places it into his pocket. He realizes that it actually is in his pocket.] What is it, what do you see?! Harry: I– I'm shaking hands with Dumbledore. I've won the House Cup. Voldemort: [in a voiceover] He lies. Quirrell: TELL THE TRUTH!!! WHAT DO YOU SEE?! Voldemort: Let me speak to him. Quirrell: Master, you are not strong enough! Voldemort: I have strength enough for this... [Quirrell unwraps his turban, revealing a hideous face on the back of his head – Voldemort.] Voldemort: Harry Potter. We meet again. Harry: Voldemort? Voldemort: Yes. You see what I've become? See what I must do to survive? Live off another, a mere parasite. Unicorn blood can sustain me, but it cannot give me a body of my own. But there is something that can. Something that, conveniently enough, lies in your pocket. [Harry attempts to escape] STOP HIM! [Quirrell blocks Harry by snapping his fingers, causing a large fire to block off the entrance] Don't be a fool. Why suffer a horrific death, when you can join me and live? Harry: Never! Voldemort: [laughs] Bravery. Your parents had it too. Tell me, Harry... would you like to see your mother and father again? [Harry's parents appear in the Mirror of Erised] Together, we can bring them back. All I ask is for something in return. [Harry pulls the Stone out of his pocket.] That's it, Harry. There is no good and evil. There is only power... and those too weak to seek it. Together, we can do extraordinary things. Just give me the Stone! [Harry's parents disappear from the mirror] Harry: [screams] YOU LIAR! Voldemort: KILL HIM! [Quirrell flies through the air and begins choking Harry. Harry tries to reach for the Stone, but grabs Quirrell's wrist, and suddenly makes it immediately begin to burn and turn into ash. Quirrell gasps, screams, and lets go of Harry in fear and he starts to panic] Quirrell: What is this magic?! Voldemort: Fool! Get the Stone! [Quirrell reaches for the Stone with his other hand. Harry puts his hands on Quirrell's face, causing his face to burn and turn to ash too. Quirrell screams in agony, and turns to ash, until there is nothing left but his robes. Harry grabs the Stone. Behind him, the spirit of Voldemort rushes at Harry, knocks him out and escapes while the camera pans towards the Stone.] [Harry wakes up in the hospital wing] Dumbledore: Good afternoon, Harry. [sees candies and cards on table] Ah, tokens from your admirers. Harry: Admirers? Dumbledore: What happened down in the dungeons between you and Professor Quirrell is a complete secret. So, naturally, the whole school knows. Ah, I see your friend Ronald has saved you the trouble of opening your Chocolate Frogs. Harry: Ron was here? Is he alright? What about Hermione? Dumbledore: Fine. They're both just fine. Harry: But what happened to the Stone? Dumbledore: Relax, dear boy. The Stone has been destroyed. My friend Nicholas and I have had a little chat, and agreed it was best, all around. Harry: But, then Flamel... he'll die, won't he? Dumbledore: He has enough elixir to set his affairs in order. But yes, he will die. Harry: How is it I got the Stone, Sir? One minute I was standing in the Mirror, and the next... Dumbledore: Ah, you see, only a person who wanted to find the Stone, find it, but not use it, would be able to get it. That is one of my more brilliant ideas. And between you and me, that is saying something. Harry: Does that mean, with the Stone gone that is, that Voldemort can never come back? Dumbledore: Ah, I'm afraid... there are ways in which he can return. Harry, do you know why Professor Quirrell couldn't bear to have you touch him? [Harry shakes his head] It was because of your mother. She sacrificed herself for you, and that kind of act leaves a mark. [Harry reaches up to touch his scar] No, no. This kind of mark cannot be seen. It lives in your very skin. Harry: What is it? Dumbledore: [smiling] Love, Harry. Love. [Last lines] Hermione: Feels strange to be going home, doesn't it? Harry: I'm not going home... not really. Deleted Scenes [ edit ] Harry: Hi, Hedwig. [Hedwig has just flown down to the table where Harry, Ron and Hermoine are studying] Hermione: Look at you playing with your cards. Pathetic! We've got final exams coming up soon. Ron: I'm ready! Ask me any question. Hermione: All right, what are the three most crucial ingredients in a Forgetfulness Potion? Ron: ...I forgot. Hermione: And what, may I ask, do you plan to do if this comes up in the final exam? Ron: Copy off you? Hermione: No, you won't! Besides, according to Professor McGonagall, we're to be given special quills bewitched with an anti-cheating spell. Ron: That's insulting! It's as if they don't trust us! [checks a card, irritated] Dumbledore again!
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Do not come here seeking logic or sanity because in war, neither has any place - not in Catch-22 and I suppose in real life either. It reminded me of a cab driver I had once in New Orleans (true story) who was bragging to me about burying Iraquis in their trenches by rolling over them with tanks and bulldozers during the first Gulf War. When I mentioned that it was against the Geneva Convention to bury men alive, he shrugged in the rearview mirror and said "They told us that those rules didn't apply to us since this was just a conflict and not a war and besides, we were the US Army and not bound by some stupid European rules."
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During this episode while Camille is explaining Calhoun day , she calls her great great grandma her “great great victim” instead.
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The crazy ironic predicaments Yosarian, the focal character, finds himself in are pure genius. And some of the subplots in this novel are better than classics in and of themselves. But, even with that in mind, Catch-22 is incredibly complex. The chapters can at times feel like puzzle pieces that don't connect to anything else. The beginning, although entertaining as hell, is particularly convoluted. For the first ten chapters or so, it feels like character introduction after character introduction--like there's no plot until about 30% of the way through the book...
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I definitely wouldn't recommend Sharp Objects to squeamish. There is a lot of disturbing stuff in this book - promiscuous young girls, self-mutilation, sexual abuse, drugs. This is not a comfort read by any means. However I found it fascinating (in a I-can't-stop-watching-this-train-wreck way) and hard to put down. I will certainly read Flynn's other novel - Dark Places. Well, as soon as I psychologically recover from Sharp Objects. ...more
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[Back in the room. Harry and Ron appear as if magically and Harry runs to the mirror.] Harry: Come on. Come. Come look, it's my parents!
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I think as an audience we are supposed to be suspicious of the mother because it reinforces Camille's viewpoint of her tortured relationship with her mother, and makes us sympathize more with Camille. I could even see Camille beginning to suspect her mother, only to have it revealed that she isn't the killer just to show how bad the relationship is there.
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