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Reviews for Still a Prince

morgaine_dulac 2010.01.06 - 03:41PM 1: Complete short story Signed
Love your interpretation of the scene!

Alcina vom Steinsberg 2007.08.16 - 06:31PM 1: Complete short story Signed
So sweet, and very well done. I agree with your interpretation that the man in the scene might very well have been Severus's grandfather...

MithLuin 2007.04.15 - 01:39AM 1: Complete short story Signed
I agree that it was a fresh twist for it to be his Prince grandfather, not Tobias Snape. And makes a lot more sense - only an idiot would threaten a woman who could turn him into a newt, and I have trouble seeing Snape's father as an idiot. Verity Brown's Snape was an illegitimate child with unknown father, so she also interpreted the hook-nosed man as being his mother's father (though it was written before HBP, so none of the names match).

Hyaene 2007.04.13 - 06:09PM 1: Complete short story Signed
This is a lovely story ... such a cute little Severus! And a very interesting interpretation of the scene with the angry man, the woman and the crying boy in the corner. Like it a lot!

Author's Response: Thanks for the nice comment. I was a little worried about posting this one - my teenage daughter remarked when she beta'd for me that the whole "Severus's mum being beaten" scene has been done to death before this. But I wanted to examine why a witch would let a muggle intimidate her physically. And then it hit me that Severus might resemble his Grandfather just as much as his father, and maybe it wasn't Tobias doing the bullying in the memory. Which of course is similar to Merope Gaunt's experience and would be another point of similarity between Severus/Voldemort/Harry! So I'm hoping JK Rowling has something like this in mind for the final book! I'm glad you liked the story. Alison

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