After reading of Dumbledore's "For the Greater Good" anti-muggle sentiments of his younger years, Harry feels he never really knew Dumbledore, which causes inexpressible angst.
(Fri Aug 22 20:36:04 2008)
Ah, angsty goodness.
Harry confuses knowing Dumbledore as a full-grown adult with knowing Dumbledore as a still-immature young man. His past writings don't jibe with what Harry knows of his mentor simply because, over time, Dumbledore was able to transcend what he had been. By the time Harry gets to know him, he is not the man he once was.
(Sat Jan 10 04:39:26 2009)
The way Harry's expression is depicted is gr8!
(Mon Aug 17 17:26:26 2009)
Angst! Angst! Angst! ...Anyone ever watched Potter Puppet Pals? :)