Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

For general information on this book, please see the Wikipedia article Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

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ChaptersEdit

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Chapter 1: The Riddle House
Chapter 2: The Scar
Chapter 3: The Invitation
Chapter 4: Back to the Burrow
Chapter 5: Weasley's Wizard Wheezes
Chapter 6: The Portkey
Chapter 7: Bagman and Crouch
Chapter 8: The Quidditch World Cup
Chapter 9: The Dark Mark
Chapter 10: Mayhem at the Ministry
Chapter 11: Aboard the Hogwarts Express
Chapter 12: The Triwizard Tournament
Chapter 13: Mad-Eye Moody
Chapter 14: The Unforgivable Curses
Chapter 15: Beauxbatons and Durmstrang
Chapter 16: The Goblet of Fire
Chapter 17: The Four Champions
Chapter 18: The Weighing of the Wands
Chapter 19: The Hungarian Horntail
Chapter 20: The First Task
Chapter 21: The House-Elf Liberation Front
Chapter 22: The Unexpected Task
Chapter 23: The Yule Ball
Chapter 24: Rita Skeeter's Scoop
Chapter 25: The Egg and the Eye
Chapter 26: The Second Task
Chapter 27: Padfoot Returns
Chapter 28: The Madness of Mr. Crouch
Chapter 29: The Dream
Chapter 30: The Pensieve
Chapter 31: The Third Task
Chapter 32: Flesh, Blood, and Bone
Chapter 33: The Death Eaters
Chapter 34: Priori Incantatem
Chapter 35: Veritaserum
Chapter 36: The Parting of the Ways
Chapter 37: The Beginning

OverviewEdit

The fourth book in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is told from the viewpoint of the now 14-year-old Harry. Apart from the usual magic, events at Hogwarts School, and frustration of the Dursleys, it includes a visit to the Quidditch World Cup, and an ancient tournament that, after a hiatus of over a century, is being restarted at Hogwarts School. Darker and more mature than the preceding entries in the series, this book again shows us Harry maturing and gaining strength in preparation to fight the gathering darkness.

While this book is rather daunting in appearance at 636 pages (Bloomsbury / Raincoast edition), it is set in larger type than the previous three volumes. If set in the same type as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, it would be 487 pages (approximately) to 223 for Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Book HighlightsEdit

  • New places visited: Quidditch World Cup Stadium, Little Hangleton, Hogwarts' kitchen, Prefects' bathroom
  • Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher: Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody
  • Title refers to: The Goblet of Fire
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