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Professor Trelawney

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Professor Sibyll Trelawney is the Divination teacher. One might desribe her to look like an overgrown glittering insect. She has big glasses that magnify her eyes to several times their normal size, a gauzy spangled shawl and wears many beads and chains around her neck. Professor Trelawney is supposed to be able to predict the future, but so far she has only made a couple of predictions that have actually come true. She’s not really seen around the school, as she insists that it clouds her inner eye, and prefers to keep to her room. Her classroom is in the North Tower, and the only way into it is through a trapdoor in the ceiling. It is filled with many small, circular tables, which are armchairs and fat little poofs for the students to sit on, is hot and stuffy most of the time (she never puts out her fire, nor does she open windows), and smells very strongly of perfume.

Her favorite way to greet new classes is to predict the death of one of their students. As Professor McGonagall so kindly reminds us, "Sibyll Trelawney has predicted the death of one student a year, and none of them have died so far." That doesn’t seem to stop her, though, from predicting Harry’s death countless times throughout his third and fourth years. Parvati Patil and Lavender Brown worship Professor Trelawney. Harry, Ron, and Hermione all think her lessons are phony, and nearing the end of the third year, Hermione walked out on one of her classes, never to come back. During Harry’s exam at the end of the year, she went into a mystical trance (a real one, not the fake ones that she performed so often), and told him that "The Dark Lord lies alone and friendless, abandoned by his followers. His servant has been chained these twelve years. Tonight, before midnight…the servant will break free and set out to rejoin his master. The Dark Lord will rise again with his servant’s aid, greater and more terrible than ever he was." Naturally, Harry assumed this servant was Sirius Black, and that this prediction was just her idea of an impressive end to the test, but as he discovered later that night, the prediction was a true one and the prisoner was really Peter Pettigrew. She loves to hear any sort of miserable predictions, even if they are obviously untrue. She doesn’t have as big of a part in the fourth book, but Harry and Ron hate her lessons just as much, and she predicts Harry’s death with increasing certainty throughout the year.


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