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Severus Snape and the New Teacher: Chapter ThreeChapter Three: Potions and PixiesSeverus Snape and the New Teacher: Chapter Three by tbwriter
A gray sky loomed over the castle the next day. Now that the students were Sorted, it was time to start teaching. Towards the afternoon, the rain came down is sheets. But for the third years, it didn’t affect them at all. They were all scribbling down notes intensely, as Professor Snape moved around the room slowly.
Snape was by far not the best teacher in the school: Being Head of Slytherin, he usually showed favoritism to the Slytherin students. He was also known to be very strict. But one of the things that made him good at his job was his ability to keep control of the room. Even the first years knew that when the Potions Master entered the room, it was time to sit still and be quiet. The only sounds in the room were Snape’s voice, the scratching of quills on parchment, and the peaceful sound of rain as it hit the window.
“And that is just a br
Severus Snape and the New Teacher: Chapter TwoChapter Two: Accidental MeetingSeverus Snape and the New Teacher: Chapter Two by tbwriter
Sunlight poured into the school windows as the students made their way to the Great Hall for the Sorting of the new students. The name of each student would be called one by one, and the Sorting Hat was placed on their heads. The Sorting Hat was an enchanted object made by the Hogwarts founders. It had three large holes in it: Two for “eyes”, and a larger one for a mouth. The hat could talk, sing, and after just a second on your head, it would know everything about you. Many of the teachers were very excited about meeting the new students, but there was still one who was not.
Professor Snape walked down the main stairs dressed in his usual black robes and flowing black cape. He had bags under his eyes due to a long night, and an insatiable wish not to be there. The older students were
Severus Snape and the New Teacher: Chapter OneChapter One: The Year BeginsSeverus Snape and the New Teacher: Chapter One by tbwriter
As the tall man walked closer to the enormous castle that was Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, his expression showed no joy. It was a beautiful day. The sun was shining above the castle towers, and a cool, refreshing breeze flowed through the man’s shoulder-length, greasy black hair. But not even the warming sun could brighten his mood. His summer holiday had been mediocre, at best. At least it was nice not to have to babysit hundreds of children, with their endless excuses and whiny little voices, Professor Snape thought as he walked through the castle entrance. Now, it was nearly time for the school year to resume, and that meant he had to clean his classroom, prepare everything for when the students arrived, then learn new names and faces, grade long essays that were never up to his expectations, and serve endless detentions with the students who always managed to cause trouble. This endless list of work
TG - Harry Potter and the Descendent Covenant 1TG - Harry Potter and the Descendent Covenant 1 by jim-ruggeri
Harry Potter and the Descendent Covenant
This story takes place in a world where Harry Potter declined to be a part of the Triwizard Tournament, which was eventually cancelled after the exposure of Barty Crouch jr’s impersonation of Mad-Eye Moody. We find our heroes at the beginning of their seventh and final year, wherein Voldemort has not returned, there has been no search for the Horcruxes, and life at Hogwarts has gone on without interruption from dark wizardry. Professor Snape has finally been granted his dream job as defence against the dark arts teacher and is running the most successful program since before Voldemort’s attempt to interview for the job. Albus Dumbledore is still alive, as is Cedric Diggory, and anyone else who died in the interim within the books after number 3.
“I’m not doing it.”
“Come on Hermione.”
“I’ve told you Ron, I’m not stooping that low, you do it yourself and you like it.”
Why it makes sense that Snape died...Now that I have probably angered a bunch of Snape fans, let me explain.Why it makes sense that Snape died... by AllOutOfBubblegum
I love Snape and his death broke my heart, and of course I wanted him to live! I wanted him to live because I felt he deserved better than dying the way he did, never having a chance to really make his own life, as he was always bound to his dead love, his guilt, mistakes, and his masters.
However when I really think about it in a canon sense, and more detached from my Snape-love, it really makes perfect sense to me that he died and it seems right that he did.
If Snape had survived the war, what sort of life would he have had after? Fanfictions deal with this a lot, and in many varying ways. I love to read about "Snape survived" fanfictions because the possibilities are interesting and endless. Does Snape get away from it all in a quiet cottage in the Orkneys? Does he stay at Hogwarts and take up his old post as Potions Master? Does he spend the rest of his life with effects from Nagini's bite? Does he finally move
Severus Snape and J.K. Rowling's WordsHas the world of fantasy ever produced a character more provocatively mysterious more dramatic in appearance more morally ambiguous more downright compulsive than Severus Snape? Well, maybe, but it's easy to forget every other character when you're basking in the full glare of his sarcastic sense of humour, his dark, dramatic appearance, and his hard-line approach to classroom discipline.Severus Snape and J.K. Rowling's Words by ls269
That's how we came to launch the Spinners--End group. We'd had so much fun reading about this complex, contradictory character that we wanted to share all the images that J.K. Rowlings well-chosen words had created in our minds. We wanted to help fill in all the blanks shed left about his background and his motivation. And we knew from experience because we were die-hard lovers of fan-art and fan-fiction already that these arts (and, yes, we do think of them as "arts") could create a lively dialogue with the universe of J.K. Rowling
Snape is just nasty, right? 1But Snape is just nasty, right? Part 1Snape is just nasty, right? 1 by whitehound
a consideration of the evidence for Our Hero being exceptionally unpleasant
We know now that Snape is definitely one of the Good Guys, but this essay looks at the evidence that he is nevertheless a markedly unpleasant person, as often portrayed in fanon where the expression "IC (In-Character) Snape" means a Snape who is cold, spiteful, emotionless, domineering and cruel. Because Potter fandom is so vast, for anybody who reads fanfics on a regular basis the sheer volume of fannish stories can outweigh the original books, until it becomes difficult to keep track of what is canon and what fanon.
Even for those who love Snape there are many negative assumptions about his character and behaviour which tend to be taken as a "given". Some are undoubtedly true - there's no doubt that he has a difficult, jagged personality, an overbearing classroom manner and a malicious sense of humour - but m