Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Speaking of Nearly Headless Nick…
In book 1, Harry asks N. H. N. about this "nearly headless" thing. So, in a demonstration, Nick grabs his left ear and pulls. Yet in the second book, American edition, page 182, the illustration clearly shows that Nick would have had to pull on the *right* ear. Think about it. If he pulled on his left ear and the hinge was on the right, then he would've ripped his head off. Instead, he just flipped it. Who do we believe?
Book 2, good memory
on 02-01-2001 and