Snape tells Harry that he, Snape, is the Half-Blood Prince, and that Harry should not use his own spells on him, as Harry's father did. Harry dares Snape to kill him and calls him a coward once more.
He said, "According to Victorian flower language, asphodel is a type of lily meaning 'my regrets follow you to the grave' and wormwood means 'absence' and also typically symbolizes bitter sorrow." If you combined that, Snape's words mean "I bitterly regret Lily's death."
'The Prince's Tale'
Professor Snape is dead on Voldemort's orders, and Harry saw it all. In his dying moments, he told Harry to take his memories and look at him one last time. Voldemort's voice then sounded through the corridors, challenging Harry to meet him in the Forbidden Forest in an hour. This is the end.
Snape's last words imply his urgent desire to get a glimpse of Lily Potter's eyes, a woman he had loved his entire life and for whose death he felt largely responsible. Harry is constantly reminded throughout the series that he has his mother's eyes.
Dumbledore's last line is very similar in the final book and movie. He tells Harry in the film, "Of course it's happening inside your head, Harry. Why should that mean it's not real?"
He said, 'According to Victorian flower language, asphodel is a type of lily meaning “my regrets follow you to the grave” and wormwood means “absence” and also typically symbolises bitter sorrow. If you combined that, Snape's words mean “I bitterly regret Lily's death”. '
Draco Malfoy's mother Narcissa was cold, cunning and devoted to the Dark Lord. But she was also a mother, which meant she was willing to risk everything to make sure her son was safe. When Harry survived Voldemort's Killing Curse for the second time, Narcissa pretended he was dead so she could get to Draco.
Erroneously believing Snape is the master of the Elder Wand and that Snape's death will make him the master of the Wand, Voldemort kills Snape by having his pet snake Nagini bite him through the neck.
The acclaimed author explained that Harry paid tribute to Snape because of “forgiveness and gratitude.” Though Snape bullied Harry, he also saved him. “Harry hoped in his heart that he too would be forgiven.
Image via Warner Bros. Similarly to Harry, Snape's patronus represents a person. In the memories he gives Harry before his death, Snape shows Dumbledore his patronus, using the form to prove his love of Lily Potter, Harry's mother.
No it wasn't.. If you read it properly you can see that Harry's patronous was a Stag.. While Snape's patrnous was of doe, similar to that of Lily's. Which came to rescue him when he was stuck in Forest in The Deathly Hallows..
Snape uses his doe Patronus to show Dumbledore that he never fell out of love with Lily, his childhood best friend. Warner Bros. Snape's doe Patronus reveals his one true motivation throughout Harry's life: to protect the child of the woman he loved.
He finds out for sure immediately after Nagini's attack on Arthur Weasley. This night is significant in many ways. While Harry sleeps, he enters Nagini's mind.
Originally Answered: Why did Dumbledore plead with Snape? Dumbledore knew Snape didn't want to kill him and was afraid that Snape would still refuse to do so, and would then be killed by his Unbreakable Vow.
It wasn't Snape that made Harry's scar burn. It was the fact that Voldemort was right underneath the turban on the back of Quirrell's head, it was his presence that made Harry's scar burn, not Snape.
In order to conjure the avada kedavra curse, you have to want to kill your victim. We all know that Voldemort could easily kill a child without an ounce of remorse... but not Snape. Snape didn't want to kill Dumbledore, and this was why the spell was blue instead of the usual green.
Narcissa's greatest moment, however, was when she chose to betray Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Not knowing whether Draco was alive or dead, Narcissa chose to lie to the Dark Lord rather than risk losing her son.
In Cursed Child – Part Two, Draco Malfoy explains to Harry that his wife, Astoria Greengrass, was sick for many years. Draco says she suffers from a “blood malediction,” which ultimately ends up killing her the summer before Scorpius's third year.
Draco's refusal to reveal Harry's identity to Bellatrix was not because he liked him. It was because he believed that Harry was the only chance they had at defeating Voldemort. At first, Draco admired and revered Voldemort until he threatened his family's safety.
Because she saw two alarming red flags in Severus' attitude. no real regrets for what he did. no real intentions to change.
Snape's love for Lily fed his hatred for James, and meant he would stop at nothing ' even arranging the murder of her child ' to possess Lily. Lily's life would be spared in return for Snape giving information of the prophesy to Lord Voldemort.