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Vernon"s aunt being the Oriental experiences of Miss Lavinia Moffat by Sara Jeannette Duncan

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Published by D. Appleton in New York .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementIllus. by Hal Hurst
LC ClassificationsPS 8455 O87 V5 1895
The Physical Object
Pagination162 p.
Number of Pages162
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26553550M

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Vernon Dursley was an English Muggle, husband of Petunia Evans, father of Dudley and uncle-in-law of Harry used to live at 4 Privet Drive along with his wife and son for nearly twenty years until they were forced into hiding during the escalation of the Second Wizarding Petunia's sister Lily and brother-in-law, James Potter, were killed by Voldemort in their own home Born: Pre Petunia Dursley (née Evans) (c. – c. ) was an English Muggle woman, the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs Evans and the sister of the Muggle-born witch Lily Potter. During her childhood, she broke off contact with her sister and refused to have any contact with the wizarding world. She married a Muggle, Vernon Dursley and they had a son, Dudley. However, when Lily was murdered by Born: Pre Great Britain. While Uncle Vernon, Aunt Petunia, and Dudley had gone out into the front garden to admire Uncle Vernon’s new company car (in very loud voices, so that the rest of the street would notice it too), Harry had crept downstairs, picked the lock on the cupboard under the stairs, grabbed some of his books, and hidden them in his bedroom. AsFile Size: 1MB. Harry’s aunt and uncle met at work. Petunia Evans, forever embittered by the fact that her parents seemed to value her witch sister more than they valued her, left Cokeworth forever to pursue a typing course in London. This led to an office job, where she met the extremely unmagical, opinionated and materialistic Vernon Dursley. Large and neckless, this junior executive seemed a model of.

Petunia Dursley is Harry's maternal aunt, Lily Potter's older sister, Vernon's wife, Dudley's mother, Marge's sister-in-law. She is described as a bony woman with blonde hair that she passed down to her son, a "rather horsey" face and a very long neck, and spends most of her time spying on her neighbours. A Muggle family with which Harry Potter lives after being orphaned in Mrs. Dursley is Harry’s maternal aunt. The family consists of Vernon Dursley, his wife Petunia, their son Dudley, and Vernon. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Year Five at Hogwarts Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix BY J. K. Rowling ILLUSTRATIONS BY Mary GrandPré ARTHUR A. LEVINE BOOKS AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC Press. To Neil, Jessica, and way he would be spotted was if his Uncle Vernon or Aunt PetuniaFile Size: 7MB.   Quite why Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia Dursley had such a problem with the loveable orphaned wizard is hinted at (they hate magic, she resented her sister's witchcraft etc) in the books.

From the Story "Vernon and Petunia Dursley are Harry Potter’s aunt and uncle. Vernon is a large, beefy man with a moustache and very little neck, who works as the director of a drill firm; Petunia is a thin, blonde woman with a long neck who enjoys gossiping. Both despise anything that is out of the ordinary. ‎The GENERAL HISTORICAL collection includes books from the British Library digitised by Microsoft. This varied collection includes material that gives readers a 19th century view of the world. Topics include health, education, economics, agriculture, environment, technology, culture, politics, labour.   The book describes that Aunt Petunia found Harry on the doorstep when she went to put out the milk bottles. Petunia started screaming and Harry woke and started crying like any one year old child who awoke to someone screaming on the doorstep would. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry, an orphan, lives with the Dursleys, his horrible aunt and uncle, and their abominable son, Dudley. One day just before his eleventh birthday, an owl tries to deliver a mysterious letter—the first of a sequence of events that end in Harry meeting a giant man named Hagrid. Hagrid explains Harry's history to him: When he was a baby, the Dark.