| Quote #1
"Expelliarmus is a useful spell, Harry, but the Death Eaters seem to think it is your signature move, and I urge you not to let it become so!"
Expelliarmus (the Disarming Spell) is Harry's signature move – and for a reason. As he comments, he's not willing to use violence against people who don't merit it, which displays the strength of character and sense of morality that Harry's developed over the past few years.
| Quote #2
"Where no proven Wizarding ancestry exists, therefore, the so-called Muggle-born is likely to have obtained magical power by theft or force.
Voldemort's desire to get rid of all non-pureblood Wizards is really a problem of identity – he's taken it upon himself to decide who is really a wizard and who isn't. However, there's the problem of personal identity – Muggle-born wizards really are just as magical as purebloods, and Voldemort's new restrictions are simply lies.
| Quote #3
"If there was one place that was really important to You-Know-Who, it was Hogwarts!"
The similarities between Harry and Voldemort seem to be too much at times – they make Harry capable of understanding the evil wizard better than anyone else can, but they also make for an uncanny crossover between the two.