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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

  

by J.K. Rowling

Eloise Midgen

Character Analysis

Eloise Midgen's only claim to fame is her bad acne, poor thing. She tries to curse it off her face and winds up losing her nose. Madame Pomfrey manages to reattach Eloise's nose, but Ron criticizes the reattached nose for being off-center (hyper-critical, much)? In order to keep other students from hexing their own faces, Professor Sprout makes her Herbology students collect pus from the Bubotuber plant, which can be used to make an anti-acne solution. (Ick.)

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