Because history is not destiny... yet.
I agree completely.
Well, we need more discussion than that! Depends on whether you think Obi-wan or Yoda was more important. Or are you talking about in terms of finding out who the real threat/target is? I.e., in E.S.B. we learned about the Emperor, who didn't really feature in Star Wars?
I mean that it's hardly a story in its own right, but rather an extended (and extended, and extended) set-up for the "conclusion in which all is revealed and resolved."There's a whole bunch of other story elements that they share (Dumbledore is Obiwan and Yoda; Snape is Darth Vader; incomplete training; Dark Side/Dark Arts, etc.), but what struck me more than anything else is how little the story progresses in this year. Lloyd Alexander would have done this book as a chapter.
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