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Harry Clearwater

Postby Bronze Haired Girl » Sun Aug 17, 2008 11:03 am

This is the place to discuss all things Harry Clearwater, tribal elder and father of Leah and Seth.

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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby samajama » Wed Sep 10, 2008 7:06 pm

We don't officially meet Harry, do we? He seems like he would be a very nice, likeable guy, though. I was so sad when he died. Not because I knew and loved him, but I saw how sad it made Charlie and his death affected many characters. Seth and Leah, fatherless. Sue, a widow. Charlie lost his best friend. The tribe lost an elder, as did the pack. I wish we could have known him, but his death was essential to many plot lines.
Poor Harry.
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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby trhmllr » Wed Sep 10, 2008 8:51 pm

He was at the Black's house once when everone came over for dinner. When Bella meets Seth (he is hanging with her and Jacon). He might have been at other dinners there, but I don't remember.
It is sad that now Sue is alone with two children who are werewolves and has to go through that without knowing what is going on. He would have been very helpful since he was an elder. Poor Sue, Seth, adn Leah. And Charlie and Billy lost a great friend.
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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby samajama » Wed Sep 10, 2008 10:06 pm

trhmllr wrote:He was at the Black's house once when everone came over for dinner. When Bella meets Seth (he is hanging with her and Jacon). He might have been at other dinners there, but I don't remember.
It is sad that now Sue is alone with two children who are werewolves and has to go through that without knowing what is going on. He would have been very helpful since he was an elder. Poor Sue, Seth, adn Leah. And Charlie and Billy lost a great friend.

Oh right, right.
Still, he seemed pretty cool. :( Poor, poor Harry!
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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby bite_me » Thu Nov 20, 2008 2:26 am

It was funny the way he wasn't really a character, he was just for the plot. He didn't have a personality that we heard about or anything.

Why am I having so much trouble attaching the name 'Harry Clearwater' to a Native American?

All I can think of is HP with grey hair and fishing gear.
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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby jonsgirljen » Thu Nov 20, 2008 10:44 pm

I know that we never find out a whole lot about Harry, but he really is important to the whole story. Amazing for someone who isn't in the books very much. However, I was kinda sad when he died because there were so many lives left that he touched and so many lives that had to deal with the pain. It was like when my dad died, you could just see how many people were affected, more so than just his immediate family. Death has a domino effect.
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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby EdwardCullen4eva » Tue Jan 13, 2009 9:16 pm

harry Clearwater plays a very importent role in New Moon.
If harry hadn't have died, then there would be no thing about a funeral, and Edward would not have tired to kill himself!
*poof*
that whole part gone!
That part really showed how comitted Edward was to bella and it also showed that Edward still really cared for bella, which was really sweet and sad at the same time!
I cried (how embarssing!)
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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby bite_me » Wed Jan 28, 2009 11:56 pm

If harry never died . . .
Charlie would be alone without sue for cooking! :o

I'm off to post that on the twilight speculation thread!
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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby flow_3 » Thu Jan 29, 2009 12:31 am

Harry's death was neccesary for the twilight saga to continue...^_^
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Re: Harry Clearwater

Postby DudeRocksTheTwilight » Thu Feb 12, 2009 7:48 pm

The Clearwaters are Native Americans? I picture Leah like Hollister-Abrecrombie and Seth a small blonde kid. Well anyways, I was devastated with Harry's death. It was necessary for the plot, otherwise Edward didn't hear about a funeral and try and kill himself. I hate Sue! She's with one of Harry's best friends! How would that make Harry feel if Sue betrayed him for Charlie? :(
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