The Expanded Epilogue from Rowling herself is available here. Spoiler alert! Don’t read it if you have not finished the book.
If you found the epilogue of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” rather vague, then J.K. Rowling achieved her goal.
The author was shooting for “nebulous,” something “poetic.” She wanted the readers to feel as if they were looking at Platform 9¾ through the mist, unable to make out exactly who was there and who was not.
“I do, of course, have that information for you, should you require it,” she told TODAY’s Meredith Vieira rather coyly in her first interview since fans got their hands on the final book.
Ummm … yes, please!
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Why’s she on some sort of throne?
She is doing a reading from one of her books. The last few releases she has done this each night that the book is officially released, at Edinburgh Castle, which is also the place where the NBC interview took place. Specifically why a throne was important or relevant is a different question…