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"About time, too," he said. "He's been looking dreadful for days; I've been telling him to get a move on."
"Give that back," said Harry quietly.
"He is not a brainless git," said Hermione shrilly as they half ran toward the library.
The class began to leave. Harry returned to the back of the room, where Ron and Hermione were waiting.
"We always knew Hagrid had been expelled," said Harry miserably. "And the attacks must've stopped after Hagrid was kicked out. Otherwise, Riddle wouldn't have got his award."
Harry lay awake for hours that night. Through a gap in the curtains around his four-poster he watched snow starting to drift past the tower window and wondered . . .
However, while Hermione was checking that the coast was clear for them to leave the bathroom, Ron muttered to Harry, "It'll be a lot less hassle if you can just knock Malfoy off his broom tomorrow.
`A Parselmouth!" said Ron. "You can talk to snakes!"
Professor Binns paused again, pursing his lips, looking like a wrinkled old tortoise.
"Wands at the ready!" shouted Lockhart. "When I count to three, cast your charms to disarm your opponents - only to disarm them - we don't want any accidents - one ... two ... three -"
"My friendly, card-carrying cupids!" beamed Lockhart. "They will be roving around the school today delivering your valentines! And the fun doesn't stop here! I'm sure my colleagues will want to enter into the spirit of the occasion! Why not ask Professor Snape to show you how to whip up a Love Potion! And while you're at it, Professor Flitwick knows more about Entrancing Enchantments than any wizard I've ever met, the sly old dog!"
"Harry!" said Percy loudly. "No magic in the corridors. I'll have to report this, you know!"