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Why does Snape give Harry his tears?


  1. Why does Snape give Harry his tears?
  2. What does Harry see from Snape's tears?
  3. What was Snape's tragic flaw?
  4. Why was Snape a hero?
  5. What is Snape's Hamartia?
  6. What is Snape's Peripeteia?
  7. Why Severus Snape is a hero?
  8. Was Snape a martyr?
  9. Is Snape an antagonist?
  10. Is Snape a scapegoat?

Why does Snape give Harry his tears?

To see his memories. Harry was later seen dropping Snape's tears into the Pensieve. It was necessary for Harry to take his tears so that he would know what he needed to do to defeat voldemort. Especially since the only other person that could tell him was Dumbledore and he was dead.

What does Harry see from Snape's tears?

Snape died looking into Harry's eyes: the eyes of the boy who survived because the woman he loved died. The eyes of the boy who looked like the spitting image of his father, the man who bullied him, then married the love of his life.

What was Snape's tragic flaw?

His main flaw is that he is a double agent, his loyalty lies with Dumbledore at first glance, yet he is part of the antagonist's team, so he seems evil. This flaw, eventually leads to his death at the antagonist's hands.

Why was Snape a hero?

In the end, after Snape has died, it is revealed he had been on Harry's side all along. In the wizarding world he his celebrated as a hero, because he has risked his own life and has spied for Dumbledore to help Harry.

What is Snape's Hamartia?

Severus Snape's pride never brought his downfall. It was more his ability to torment Harry by insulting his dead father that he was proud of, but this certain characteristic never really led to his downfall, but rather just another one of his minor traits.

What is Snape's Peripeteia?

Snape's perepeteia is whenever he realizes that Voldemort was going to kill him all along, even though he was his most loyal servant.

Why Severus Snape is a hero?

In the end, after Snape has died, it is revealed he had been on Harry's side all along. In the wizarding world he his celebrated as a hero, because he has risked his own life and has spied for Dumbledore to help Harry.

Was Snape a martyr?

He had a horrible childhood and was bullied at school, but he is not some pitiable martyr and his reasons for becoming “good” were not all pure. According to Rowling, a major reason for why Snape comes to Dumbledore after Lily and James were killed was because of his love for Lily.

Is Snape an antagonist?

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Snape is a sinister and malicious teacher who makes frequent snide and disparaging remarks at Harry's expense. He quickly becomes the primary antagonist of the book, as Harry suspects him of plotting to steal the Philosopher's Stone, and of attempting to kill him.

Is Snape a scapegoat?

He is the scapegoat antagonist of Sorcerer's Stone, a neutral character in Chamber of Secrets and Prisoner of Azkaban, an antagonist in Goblet of Fire, an anti-villain in Order of the Phoenix, and then he is the main antagonist of Half-Blood Prince (with Draco Malfoy being the main rival/secondary antagonist), and a



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