Our next Quibble of the Week comes to us from Victoria, and she has quite the interesting theory: was Albus Dumbledore, in his great wisdom, responsible for this very magical volume of fairy tale stories - and was he, in turn, the Beedle?
Victoria notes there are many similarities between Dumbledore and the old Beedle. Besides their equally fantastic beards, both characters were staunch Muggle-supporters, believers of the Hallows, and revered intellectuals in their own time(s) with a passion for writing.
What do you think of this theory? Did Albus Dumbledore, finding his present time to be dark and dangerous, one day travel back into the past in order to re-write the morals of his wizarding community?
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