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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Harry finished reading, but continued to gaze at the picture accom-panying the obituary.
  • He had thought he knew Dumbledore quite well, but ever since reading this obituary he had been forced to recognize that he had barely known him at all.
  • "I saw the obituary you wrote for the Daily Prophet," said Harry.
  • I noticed how you skated over the sticky patches in that obituary of yours!
  • He was vaguely familiar: Racking his brains, Harry suddenly realized that this was Elphias Doge, member of the Order of the Phoenix and the writer of Dumbledore’s obituary.
  • After several minutes’ thought, Harry tore the obituary out of the Prophet, folded it carefully, and tucked it inside the first volume of Practical Defensive Magic and its Use against the Dark Arts.

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  • One Saturday Mrs. E.C.B. stalked into the office with an effusion Mr. Underwood said he refused to disgrace the Tribune with: it was a cow obituary in verse, beginning: 0 kine no longer mine With those big brown eyes of thine…. and containing grave breaches of Christian philosophy.
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman
  • Trish was mentioned in her mother’s obituary from three years ago.
    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory

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