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Harry Potter and the Cursed Memory

Memory as physical object in the Harry Potter series and its role in forming identity, with special emphasis on 'The Cursed Child'. Column by Bart Bishop Memory has always been an important element of the Harry Potter series. From Neville Longbottom’s Remembrall in Sorcerer’s Stone to Gilderoy Lockhart’s backfiring memory charm in Chamber of Secrets to the prominence of Pensieves from Goblet of Fire onward, memory as physical object is probably the most fascinating ideology of author J.
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