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"Crabbe holds them sort of stiff . . . ."
"If I ever find out who threw this," Snape whispered, "I shall make sure that person is expelled."
Harry nearly upset his ink bottle in his hurry to write back.
"Oh, get out of the way, Percy," said Fred. "Harry's in a hurry."
"What's the matter with you two?"
"Get off!" he said loudly, and then, "Dobby!"
"Lemon drop!" she said. This was evidently a password, because the gargoyle sprang suddenly to life and hopped aside as the wall behind him split in two. Even full of dread for what was coming, Harry couldn't fail to be amazed. Behind the wall was a spiral staircase that was moving smoothly upward, like an escalator. As he and Professor McGonagall stepped onto it, Harry heard the wall thud closed behind them. They rose upward in circles, higher and higher, until at last, slightly dizzy, Harry saw a gleaming oak door ahead, with a brass knocker in the shape of a griffin.
"Who's that?" glugged Myrtle miserably. "Come to throw something else at me?"
She tapped the diary three times and said, "Aparecium!"
"Percy," Ron corrected him automatically.
"Yeah. . ." said Ron slowly.
"Yes, sir," said Riddle, reddening slightly.
"I don't want a photo of this, Colin," he said loudly.
"You'd be surprised," said Ron, who was looking apprehensively at the book. "Some of the books the Ministry's confiscated Dad's told me - there was one that burned your eyes out. And
"Allow me!" shouted Lockhart. He brandished his wand at the snake and there was a loud bang; the snake, instead of vanishing, flew ten feet into the air and fell back to the floor with a loud smack. Enraged, hissing furiously, it slithered straight toward Justin Finch-Fletchley and raised itself again, fangs exposed, poised to strike.。