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Review:MargaretLane says:
*laughs* I can well imagine Snape wouldn't take too kindly to getting a drawing handed up to him instead of homework.

When she's talking about being late to Potions, she says "Snape gave me essay a big fat zero". I guess you meant "my essay," since she doesn't seem to say "me" for "my" at any other points in the story.

I wonder if how often Sally-Anne seems to get sick has anything to do with Benjamin. This is what? about the third time this story.

I'm guessing those women are her ancestors. But why somebody'd send her the list, I don't know. Hmm.

Asking Lavender is rather a long shot too, I'd say. After all, Brown is a fairly common name, although maybe it isn't so common in the wizarding world.

It'd probably sound better if Harry said "I'm not beaten yet" instead of "I'm not beat yet."

Hmm, the Ministry hasn't been around 1,000 years? Wonder what proceeded it.

*laughs at Ron being the one to come up with the important information* Bet nobody expected that.

Author's Response: Oops, you caught some of my type-o's. I try to catch as many as I can, but I seem to have a problem with interchanging me and my. Sorry if they distract from the story!

Snape is actually a perfect example of a teacher who would not, under any circumstances, accept extra credit. As I wrote that part, I remember thinking that Sally-Anne should have known better than to try it. Then again, Sally-Anne's character would have given it a shot anyway, so that's why it happened.

Illness connected to Benjamin? Whatever could have led you to that insightful deduction? *whistles in a corner with notes pertaining to future chapters*

Magic before the Ministry? I feel like I did a few research projects for this story myself. From what I remember, before the Ministry witches and wizards just lived alongside Muggles, most likely because there weren't so many people in the world. I think Pottermore even said that Purebloods associated with rich Muggles. Yeah, it was something like that.

I actually thought of Ron when I was finishing up the prequel to this story. The background Sally-Anne wants to know is common knowledge with him because of, well, he will explain better in the next chapter. But my initial thoughts about the end of this chapter and the beginning of this one haven't changed much in the process between brainstorming and writing. Besides, I wanted Ron to contribute really useful information for Sally-Anne!

Thanks again for another lovely review! I hope you're not too mad at me for being such a slow responder.

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