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Case ([personal profile] case) wrote in [community profile] fandomsecrets2017-03-19 03:29 pm

[ SECRET POST #3728 ]


⌈ Secret Post #3728 ⌋

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(Anonymous) 2017-03-20 08:51 am (UTC)(link)
Are they really THAT common? I think people being cruel to kids whom they have power over is definitely something that we as society take exception to.

It just goes back to my original point, really. Snape's good side is very well-explained in the books: he fought Voldemort out of love for Lily. Okay. And some of his bad qualities are justified too: he was bullied by Harry's dad so he hates Harry, he had a bad home life so he turned to the dark side. Still fine so far. But throughout the books, his behavior to his student crosses the line seemingly for no good reason; it never seemed like he had any cause to treat Neville or Hermione the way he did in many of those situations. Pointlessly cruel, and that's what tips the character from 'nuanced' to 'kind of obviously a dick' to me.