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Rose Weasley Essay

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1. Rose didn’t cry at her brother’s funeral and hasn’t cried since. She is too angry with the Ministry, at her brother for dying and just angry at the world in general. Instead she just wears black as a sign of respect and as I subtle way of showing that she does miss Hugo and that his death truly hurts her.
2. Since there were always a lot of Weasleys and Potters at school, she mostly hung out with them. She never bothered making any other friends, because she basically didn’t need them. As the war commenced, however, she felt more alone than ever, because most of her family decided to join the draft. She had different views than most of them right away, which caused a lot of tension in ...view middle of the document...

Not caring about the others present, she yelled on top of her lungs: “Leave! Now!” The guests turned around in shock, watching her get closer to Davies. She could hear her mother’s soft voice from behind, trying to stop her. “Honey, calm down.” She brushed it off and didn’t take her eyes of the man who was responsible for the many tragedies that had hit her in the past months. She fiercely approached Davies and pointed her wand at him. “I said. Leave.” The ministry workers that were accompanying him - one of them her own cousin Molly - all took out their wands and simultaneously pointed them at her.

“Calm down Rose. I know that this is a hard time and –.”
“Shut up! You know nothing! You have no right being here and making this funeral about this stupid law! This is about my brother!”
His expression remained completely unfazed. “You’re not being rational. What you do need to do is join us. I know you’ve been protesting for a lot of time now, but this is a good time for you to change your mind. You’ll be able to avenge him. You need to...

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