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Review:forsakenphoenix says:
I actually like all the descriptions in this chapter so I don't mind that there isn't too much dialogue. I think it just re-enforces the idea that Snape isn't there and Hermione is alone in his quarters cleaning up his stuff. You did an excellent job with the descriptions - I could imagine Snape's living quarters and I think it brought Snape more to life, so to speak, like he's there in all his possessions even though he's dead.

I did find it a bit odd mentioning Ron and Harry for a short moment at the beginning. I don't know, I have a harder time coming to terms with her not attending Fred's funeral but them still being besties. I feel like Molly too would be upset for being like a mother to Hermione, only to have her abandon them during their time of need.

Interesting what McGonagall said about not allowing students with prejudices..but I wonder how you could even manage to weed out those students. I feel like by not allowing them in the school, they're expressing their own type of prejudice, are they not?

Oh, but I did like those spells on Snape's books - very realistic, and Hermione's sadness about the vials under his sink...all the harm he got himself into to help them is very sobering. Good job with the descriptions.

Author's Response: Thank you. But even though its Hermione, I don't see why I can't write her a little bit out of character... or anyone for that matter. The war is over, and all that they have been through, they should be able to 'handle' it any way they can. She is just determined to change one of the many bad things for good!

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