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Malfoy is derived from the French “mal foi,” meaning “badly (or in this case, bad) faith” or “unfaithful”. In law, “bad faith” refers to a case in which a malicious motive on the part of a party in a lawsuit undermines their case. In existentialism, “bad faith” is a philosophical concept in which people blame their own failures on external factors, thus denying responsibility their actions. Also, this most likely refers to the Malfoys’ tendency to switch their loyalties to avoid danger, rather than steadfastly supporting their presented views. x
Malfoy is derived from the French “mal foi,” meaning “badly (or in this case, bad) faith” or “unfaithful”. In law, “bad faith” refers to a case in which a malicious motive on the part of a party in a lawsuit undermines their case. In existentialism, “bad faith” is a philosophical concept in which people blame their own failures on external factors, thus denying responsibility their actions. Also, this most likely refers to the Malfoys’ tendency to switch their loyalties to avoid danger, rather than steadfastly supporting their presented views. x

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Ultimately there’s an echo of what Lily did, quite a conscience echo, right at the start of the story, at the very end of the story. At the start of the story Lily dies to keep her son alive. At the end of the story Harry lies, pretending to be dead, on the ground, and it’s another mother who saves him again because she’s trying to get to her own son. That was closing a circle. He was saved by Lily and saved by Narcissa.