Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
by J.K. Rowling
Good vs. Evil Quotes in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
How we cite our quotes: Chapter.Paragraph or Chapter.Section.Paragraph (depends on whether or not the chapter had sections - some did not)
"But when a wizard goes over to the Dark Side, there's nothin' and no one that matters to 'em anymore." (10.3.164)
Hagrid has clearly not seen Star Wars. Though we somehow doubt Voldemort is going to turn out to be an Anakin Skywalker. He's the Emperor, if anything.
"Yeh can' really remember who yeh are after a while. An' yeh can' see the point o' livin' at all. I used to hope I'd just die in me sleep [...] When they let me out, it was like bein' born again [...]" (11.2.84)
We love the contrast between what Hagrid is saying (deep, profound thoughts about depression, imprisonment, and the spiritual rebirth found in freedom) and how he is saying it (in his typical local dialect). Hagrid consistently shows in this novel that you should never judge a book by its cover – he may look fairly "simple," but he has a lot of depth.