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Old December 22nd, 2007, 3:53 pm
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Re: Severus Snape's Death v2.

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Originally Posted by SusanBones View Post
Here is what JK Rowling said about the portrait in her Bloomsbury chat, July 30, 2007:
JK RowlingLaura Trego: Was the absence of Snape's portrait in the headmasters office in the last scene innocent or deliberate

J.K. Rowling: It was deliberate. Snape had effectively abandoned his post before dying, so he had not merited inclusion in these august circles. However, I like to think that Harry would be instrumental in ensuring that Snape's portrait would appear there in due course.
I hope that helps.
This is pretty confusing isn't it? I had always thought that Hogwarts would automatically put up the portrait of the last Headmaster and Umbridge did not get a portrait, because she could not even access the Headmaster's office and so Hogwarts did not agree that Umbridge had even been headmistress of Hogwarts.

But it looks like someone can talk for you. With whom and how would that portrait have come up?

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posted by Monste
I do see why DD might have not been keen on sharing this,but then again,his trust wasnt so much as he so repreatedly said,he didnt trust his great occlumens abilities!!
I agree. Dumbledore for saying he implicitly trusted Snape time and agin did not tell him about the horcruxes and about the wand. I realy think that Snape was allowed to die by Dumbledore.


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