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"What's this stuff?" were his first words.
Slowly, the room emptied as people drifted off to bed.
Hermione pointed at a rounded bottle at the right end of the line.
"He saved his life."
Peeves almost fell out of the air in shock. He caught himself in time and hovered about a foot off the stairs.
"How long have I been in here?"
So he knew. The feeling suddenly surged back into Harry's legs. He stumbled backward.
The light of adventure was kindling again in Ron's eyes, but Hermione answered before Harry could.
"All -- all three of us?"
"You must come and stay this summer," said Ron, "both of you -- I'll send you an owl."
Harry couldn't sit down. He paced up and down in front of the fire. He was still shaking.
"D'you think that was a centaur we heard earlier?" said Harry.
Quirrell's voice trailed away. Harry was remembering his trip to Diagon Alley -how could he have been so stupid? He'd seen Quirrell there that very day, shaken hands with him in the Leaky Cauldron.
"Oh, I'm so glad we know what it's called, that's a great help," snarled Ron, leaning back, trying to stop the plant from curling around his neck. "Shut up, I'm trying to remember how to kill it!" said Hermione.
And suddenly, their wardrobes were empty, their trunks were packed, Neville's toad was found lurking in a corner of the toilets; notes were handed out to all students, warning them not to use magic over the holidays ("I always hope they'll forget to give us these," said Fred Weasley sadly); Hagrid was there to take them down to the fleet of boats that sailed across the lake; they were boarding the Hogwarts Express; talking and laughing as the countryside became greener and tidier; eating Bettie Bott's Every Flavor Beans as they sped past Muggle towns; pulling off their wizard robes and putting on jackets and coats; pulling into platform nine and three-quarters at King's Cross Station.（央视记者 徐海霞）