Sabethea (sabethea) wrote in hp_conversation,
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One of my friends pointed out that Harry's rejection of a relationship with Ginny at the end of book 6 is a really bad move on his part. Dumbledore has spent the whole book saying that what Harry has over Voldemort is his ability to love and be loved, yet at the end of book 6, he's shown rejecting that love. Isn't this precisely the wrong thing for him to do?
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