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I read through the latest Harry Potter book over the weekend, and I think I figured out what is going on in the book. Spoilers follow, so don't keep reading if you don't want the plot revealed. Was he working for the Order of the Phoenix or for Voldemort?
Dumbledore does not appear in this book. We may think we see him, but in fact his part is played by one Lucius Malfoy Wormtail. Post will be updated to match shortly. Snape Working for the Order In Chapter 2, "Spinner's End," Snape is clearly trying to pretend that he knows the mission on which Draco has been sent, hoping that his mother and aunt fill in the details.
Thus, for example, he finds out it involves Draco as follows: Nevertheless, had I not been in on the secret, Narcissa, you would have been guilty of great treachery to the Dark Lord. If you are imagining I can persuade the Dark Lord to change his mind, I am afraid there is no hope, none at all.
This culminates in the taking of an Unbreakable Vow, which in the end he fulfills. But we see Snape is working for the Order of the Phoenix, with no question. Further, how many times in the past have we, and Harry, suspected Snape, of treachery, only to discover later that he was good.
This is typical JK Rowling. This suffices for the Snape question, for now. Voldemort is angry at Lucius; Lucius' Absence Rowling makes sure to introduce us early to the fact that Voldemort is angry at Lucius.
In Chapter 2, it is what Lucius' wife, Narcissa, thinks is the reason Draco has been sent on a mission to kill Dumbledore: It is too dangerous! This is vengeance for Lucius's mistake, I know it! You know as well as I do, Narcissa, that he does not forgive easily. The other is Lucius Malfoy, because, as Narcissa tells Snape, he is in prison: I think you are the only one who can help me, I have nowhere else to turn.
Lucius is in jail and It provides an alternative justification for his absence. I'm leaving this here, but evidence points to Wormtail. Wormtail, while we see him early on at Snape's house at Spinner's End, is not seen throughout the rest of the book.
Snape threatens that he could be sent on a more dangerous assignment: I was under the impression that the Dark Lord placed you here to assist me. I shall speak to the Dark Lord--" "I can speak to him myself if I want to!
In the previous book, Wormtail cut off his right hand to make a potion for Voldemort. Voldemort gave Wormtail a replacement silver hand.
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