do you like snapes attitude towards harry??

India
July 7, 2007 4:04am CST
do you like snapes attiude towards harry?? wat do u think?
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@madrush (22)
• Philippines
7 Jul 07
snape is pretty much like the school's disciplinarian, i see in him loyalty to both school and dumbledor. he takes seriousness to his profession so i find his treatment to harry a-ok (maybe because i like strict professors better), sadly snape is less witted in knowledge of truth like in prisoner of azkaban in which he didn't knew the truth behind sirius' case. he took a beating from harry but still came out to protect them from what harm could lupin possibly do to them.
• Philippines
7 Jul 07
oops sorry repeated posts, never seen the edit post. how do i remove comments by the way? sort of new to this.
@rangics (1335)
• Philippines
7 Jul 07
I do not! ;) Well, I'm just guessing that snape is hiding something that's why he's so hard towards harry...hmmnnn???....;)
• India
7 Jul 07
well i kind of think that too.even if snape hates his dad that doesnt mean that he has to hate his son taht much.there must be some thing.well we will find ot out after the release of the last part.
@sbksat (355)
• India
9 Jul 07
Anyone who reads harry potter would hate snape. But one thing I appreciate about him is that he is such a good actor. He was able to hoodwink even the great dumbledore that he was on his side. That was unbelievable. Hoping to read the sequel very soon.
@tentwo67 (3384)
• United States
9 Jul 07
I suppose it makes the books more interesting, and Snape's conflicting words and actions leave a lot of room for wonder and speculation about book 7. But how do I feel about his attitude toward Harry? It stinks. He stinks. I can't stand him. But I'm extremely interested in what will become of him. So I think that Rowling has a success here.
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
9 Jul 07
I have never cared much for Snapes attitude since the very first movie and book of Harry Potter. I sort of figgered he was a trouble at the start of everything but that just made the whole story what it was also.
@rina08 (68)
• Philippines
8 Jul 07
no, i don't like snape's attitude towards harry. he's really a traitor. he's one of lord voldemort's followers. if you have already read the 6th book which is the half-blood prince, then you'll really know why he shouldn't be trusted. he hates harry because of his parents. james potter and his friends used to bully him during their stay at hogwarts. and that prompted him to hate harry.
@abiesm (376)
• Vietnam
7 Jul 07
No
@madrush (22)
• Philippines
7 Jul 07
i find snapes to be protective, a strict professor to everyone though i also see in him a disciplanarian father figure image to any kid. snapes is pretty much loyal to the school and dumbledor, he takes seriousness in his business, but poorly equipped with truth knowledge like in the prisoner of azkaban in which he didn't knew the case of sirius black. snapes took a beating from harry but still came out and protected them from what possible harm may come to the kids out of lupin. so i like snapes role to harry.
@madrush (22)
• Philippines
7 Jul 07
i find snapes more loyal to the school and dumbledor, his treatment to harry is a disciplinarian type father figure. But sadly snapes is poorly equipped with knowledge of what's going on around him like in the prisoner of azkaban, in which he didn't knew the real truth behind serious black's case. He took quite a beating from harry but still snapes protected them from what he knew what harm may come to the kids (from Lupin).
• Philippines
7 Jul 07
Well im still an avid fan of Harry potter and i love watching it and knowing every details in every episode is really good for me.
@binga724 (29)
• Philippines
7 Jul 07
never did like snape's attitude towards harry, starting from the first book/movies. he somehow takes out his frustration at harry's father, james, on harry. i think it's also because snape hates the fact that he somehow owes something to harry's father and harry is a constant reminder of this. but if we look deeper into snape, i think there is more to this than what we see upfront. snape is mysterious, obnoxious and just plain intriguing regardless...
• Philippines
7 Jul 07
Nope. He's plain nasty to him and is always out to find faults even if Harry is not doing anything at all.