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  1. Iain Walker says:

    “Voldemort interpreted the prophecy one way, to mean James and Lily Potter’s son Harry, but he could have just as easily picked Frank and Alice Longbottom’s son Neville.”

    It’s interesting how Voldemort’s choice is so often depicted as a binary either-or (Harry or Neville), when he also had an obvious third option – i.e., to ignore the prophecy entirely. Had he done that, he could have saved himself an awful lot of trouble.