Prisoner of Azkaban: Every Quiz and Discussion Point in One Convenient HogPro Location

By popular demand, here is the one-stop post for all the HogPro Prisoner of Azkaban chapter quizzes and discussions. Share it with your friends or keep it to yourself; the quizzes and review are a lot more fun, either way, if you join in the discussions by sharing your thoughts! Thanks for your feedback on my musings and for letting me know, thumbs-up or thumbs-down, if you think this chapter by group of chapters trip through the books is worth continuing through Goblet of Fire.

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapters 1-4, ‘Owl Post’ to ‘Leaky Cauldron’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 5, ‘The Dementor’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 6, ‘Talons and Tea Leaves’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 7, ‘The Boggart in the Wardrobe’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapters 8 & 9, ‘Flight of the Fat Lady’ & ‘Grim Defeat’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapters 10 & 11, ‘The Marauder’s Map’ & ‘The Firebolt’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapters 12 & 13, ‘The Patronus’ & ‘Gryffindor Versus Ravenclaw’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapters 14 & 15, ‘Snape’s Grudge’ & ‘The Quidditch Final’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapters 16 & 17, ‘Professor Trelawney’s Prediction’ & ‘Cat, Rat, & Dog’

Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapters 18 & 19, ‘Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs’ & ‘The Servant of Lord Voldemort

Prisoner of Azkaban, The Last Chapters

Prisoner of Azkaban: Whole Book O. W. L.

All done! Phew… Those last chapters were some heavy lifting.


  1. JohnABaptist says


    As one member of the three legged conversation you mention on another thread, I think they are valuable. They give a low-level review of each work and have, for me, brought out points that would certainly have been lost in a higher level, thematic or major influences related review.

    The problem with the process is, of course, we at HogPro are not a class. We have not made a commitment to pursue a course of formal study for X weeks at 9:00 AM M-W-F. We read the reviews as we get a chance. I know I have replied to several of the questions, but I have not responded to nearly all of them. It is simply a matter of time, of which, most HogPros are insufficiently endowed to commit to more than short attention bursts interspersed with long silences.

    To the general readership: When you get a chance, grab a copy of the book in question, read the two chapters-du-jour and say something. You may note elements of this or that philosophical position–you may be impressed with the color scheme on the cover of the book–whatever it is that occurs to you, let John know what crossed your mind. Consider it your admission fee to an otherwise fee event. Do this so John does not feel like he is shouting down a rain-barrel and getting only his own echoes back.

    I would expect he even finds it helpful just to know someone actually read a particular post.

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