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Courtney
23 February 2006 @ 06:02 pm
I'm almost done with my exhaustive re-reading of Harry Potter. I got distracted by an idea and started opening up the other books to cross-reference stuff, and I was astonished with what I found. I have lots of other major things still to work out about Snape, but this is one theory I am absolutely convinced of. Because I believe this is canon, I would advise you not to read this if you want to be completely surprised by Book 7.

And tell me, Mr. Potter, where I would look if I wanted to find a bezoar?Collapse )

Edit: So I started looking around on the Internet, and it turns out a lot of people already figured this out and support this. I started looking around a little more, and there are exhaustive concordances of everything Harry Potter related already. Worst of all, it seems like everyone and their mother adores Snape. I thought my love for the Potions Master was unusual, and that maybe nobody had taken the time to try to figure him out. I hate liking the characters that everyone else likes. I hate thinking that I'm just another Snape fangirl. I suppose that's the truth, though. Oh well though...he's still special to me, and I can pretend it's in a different way. T.T

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Courtney
22 February 2006 @ 11:19 pm
I haven't been this obsessed with a character...maybe ever. I had it bad for Treize, and bad for Spike Spiegel, and with Aragorn it was always more sacred, like love, rather than obsession. But with Severus Snape...oh boy. I think this is the worst and probably most unhealthy of my obsessions. Something about Snape being a yet unresolved character - we don't even know what SIDE he's on, for heaven's sakes - is making my obsession, unhappily, more severe than usual.

Under this cut we have: Solving Snape, my dating life, and the unfortunate realization that these are melding.
'Tell me, what would I get if I added powdered root of asphodel to an infusion of wormwood?'Collapse )

I leave you with this FASCINATING insight. From an actual interview with JKR.

MA: Oh, here’s one [from our forums] that I’ve really got to ask you. Has Snape ever been loved by anyone?
JKR: Yes, he has, which in some ways makes him more culpable even than Voldemort, who never has.


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Courtney
14 November 2005 @ 09:03 pm

Public because John Denver is awesome.



Blow up your TV, throw away your paper, go to the country, build you a home.
Plant a little garden, eat a lot of peaches, try and find Jesus on your own.
~John Denver, Blow Up Your TV
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