Finding the Key - Kapitola 30

Prekladá sa po odsekoch, takže majú rôznu dĺžku.
Po kliknutí na slovenský text sa zobrazí originál. Lepší preklad môžete navrhnúť cez Detail. Opätovným kliknutím sa druhý jazyk schová.
Ak sa zobrazuje originál, odsek ešte nebol preložený. Opäť stačí kliknúť a navrhnúť preklad cez Detail.
Odseky s červeným nadpisom si vyžadujú vašu pozornosť, problém pri preklade

Len sporné Nepreložené

He didn't know why, but one of the books that Ron had sent Harry was the Slytherin book written in Parseltongue. After he got all of his homework out of the way Harry worked on the translation in small spurts. He noticed one potion in particular that he thought Voldemort must have used to create the Dark Mark and wondered if brewing it might help find a way to get rid of the Mark. He wanted to find more information first, especially as the potion was blood magic, and just marked it for later investigation.
Detail Nová záložka
Harry had never been to a funeral before. It was strange, as so many people he knew had died. He assumed that his parents had a funeral, but his aunt and uncle almost certainly did not take him. Cedric would have had a funeral, but no one ever mentioned it to him and Dumbledore would not have let him go anyway. Sirius hadn't been given a funeral as far as Harry knew.
Detail Nová záložka
The group of wizards stood outside the muggle church in the early November chill before the funeral for Harry's cousin. For the first time Harry saw a group of wizards dressed impeccably by muggle standards. They even appeared to be better off than any other... guests? mourners? Harry wasn't quite sure how to classify them. Arabella Figg was there and she gave Harry a vague greeting and ignored the others, who made no sign they knew who she was.
Detail Nová záložka
"Did my parents have a funeral?" Harry asked everyone and no one in particular.
Detail Nová záložka
He was fully aware that every head swiveled in his direction. Davey Gudgeon, who Harry met for the first time that morning and insisted that Harry call him by his Marauder nickname 'Cyclops' answered his question, "I attended their memorial Harry. It was beautiful. I can pensieve it for you sometime."
Detail Nová záložka
"Would you?" Harry hadn't expected that much and was touched.
Detail Nová záložka
Davey mussed his hair, "Of course I will."
Detail Nová záložka
"Before you ask," Yvonne Diggory said sadly, "Cedric had a memorial as well. The family understands why you couldn't be there. Albus came and said something on your behalf."
Detail Nová záložka
At least the Diggorys with him were not Cedric's parents. Harry heard they had joined the Order, but he didn't think he could handle seeing them. He had no idea how they had reacted to all those articles about him.
Detail Nová záložka
Harry nodded and felt tears prickle his eyes. If he appeared to be the dutiful cousin it was perfectly fine with him. He could be thinking about his parents, and Cedric, and Sirius, and not about Dudley and how he didn't miss his cousin. He wished Dudley hadn't died the way he did, but he couldn't feel it was any real loss to humanity.
Detail Nová záložka
"We can have a memorial for Black now," Harry's father said with sympathy. Harry knew that Snape still despised Sirius, but he did not insult him around Harry out of respect for their relationship. "Once everything is official, though it may take some time, I will help you plan."
Detail Nová záložka
"Time to head in," Tonks came out of the church, dressed in a tasteful gray dress and thankfully low heeled shoes with a long black coat. Tonks in high heels was a disaster waiting to happen. Her hair, in a long braid down her back that day, was even a normal color... or almost. Harry didn't think that particular shade of deep red ever appeared naturally.
Detail Nová záložka
Someone was touching Harry the entire time, whether it was his father with a hand on his shoulder as he had grown accustomed to or Charlie with a hand on his back or arm, or a Weasley twin with an arm around his shoulders there was always someone grounding him. It was a good thing too. None of the people with him were mourning for his cousin and they gave him a focus in case his empathy was overwhelmed.
Detail Nová záložka
The service was dreadfully boring, even worse than History class with Binns, though it had been over a year since Harry had suffered through that form of torture. Harry was amazed that anyone could be more boring than a man who made people fall asleep while describing goblin rebellions and other events that should be exciting to learn about. The minister conducting the service droned on and on about the kingdom of heaven and how children were assured a place at God's side.
Detail Nová záložka
The Dursleys had gone to church every Sunday but Harry suspected it was only because it was the normal thing to do. They only paid lip service to whatever religion it was they chose. One of the few things they did that Harry was actually thankful for was never dragging him to church with them. Mrs. Figg had watched him every Sunday morning.
Detail Nová záložka
Fred and George actually behaved themselves. Despite the sea of Smeltings uniforms in nauseating orange and maroon, what were the founders of that school thinking, not one practical joke came out. Harry made a mental note to thank them profusely.
Detail Nová záložka
The church itself was beautiful but Harry didn't let his eyes stray too much. He did assess the magic of everyone in the building during the service and discovered a few squibs in the crowd. All the pure muggles had a mild colorless glow but no flow of magic and they were almost so dull as to escape notice. The building itself had no glow. He made a mental note to discuss it with Ollivander.
Detail Nová záložka
For some reason none of the muggles noticed Mad-Eye's magical eye. Harry inspected his magic closely and discovered a charm masking the retired auror. It was an interesting discovery and Harry wondered what other changes to people he would be able to see. He might be able to detect the use of Polyjuice. Appearance altering charms were a given.
Detail Nová záložka
They were sitting somewhere near the middle of the church, a buffer of muggles on every side. Harry knew by now that the wizards with him were only the overt showing of protection, though if something happened he could probably hold his own better than any of them. There were most likely a dozen Aurors outside under Disillusionment Charms watching for black robes and white masks and keeping the press at bay.
Detail Nová záložka
When the service ended Harry and his entourage filed outside with the muggles to the graveyard. He was not looking forward to what he had do once the muggles were all gone, and knew that no one had told his aunt and uncle... to spare them the imagery.
Detail Nová záložka
Harry just watched his Aunt Petunia as the minister droned on again. She had woken her second day at St. Mungo's but was different. She seemed to be just going through the motions of living. Harry scanned her and recognized how she felt at once... empty and numb. He felt a surge of fear for his aunt.
Detail Nová záložka
Aunt Marge and Uncle Vernon threw flowers on the coffin. Uncle Vernon nudged Aunt Petunia and she did the same.
Detail Nová záložka
Slowly the muggles began to leave. The only people who lingered were Harry, his friends, Uncle Vernon, Aunt Petunia, and Aunt Marge. Harry was disgusted to notice Ripper in Aunt Marge's arms. She actually brought her dog to her nephew's funeral.
Detail Nová záložka
Harry stepped up to the grave and felt his father and Charlie behind him. The others hung back, scanning the area for potential threats now that the crowd had mostly dispersed.
Detail Nová záložka
"I am shocked that you dared to show your face here," Aunt Marge shot at Harry from across the grave. Ripper growled.
Detail Nová záložka
Harry took a deep breath, "I am paying my respects to the deceased Marge."
Detail Nová záložka
"Respect," the woman snarled. She looked over Harry and the people with him, "No doubt the terrorists that attacked them were connected somehow to you. I hear your father was connected to some underground group. Have you taken up with his old friends?"
Detail Nová záložka
Harry was furious. He felt Charlie trying to calm him but it did no good, "Yes Marge, I have. They are kinder to me than your brother ever was."
Detail Nová záložka



This site is powered by e107, which is released under the terms of the GNU GPL License.