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Malfoy glanced witheringly at Percy.
"Oh, get out of the way, Percy," said Fred. "Harry's in a hurry."
Harry sat on his four-poster and flicked through the blank pages, not one of which had a trace of scarlet ink on it. Then he pulled a new bottle out of his bedside cabinet, dipped his quill into it, and dropped a blot onto the first page of the diary.
Harry started to tell them about Colin, but Hermione interrupted.
"Fine - I'm fine - go on -"
Hours and hours later, Harry woke quite suddenly in the pitch blackness and gave a small yelp of pain: His arm now felt full of
Crabbe and Goyle, who always did whatever Malfoy did, had signed up to stay over the holidays, too. But Harry was glad that most people were leaving. He was tired of people skirting around him in the corridors, as though he was about to sprout fangs or spit poison; tired of all the muttering, pointing, and hissing as he passed.
"What happened?" Madam Pomfrey whispered to Dumbledore, bending over the statue on the bed.
"Riddle might have got the wrong person," said Hermione. "Maybe it was some other monster that was attacking people . . . ."
"I'm not going anywhere!" said Harry fiercely. "One of my best friends is Muggle-born; she'll be first in line if the Chamber really has been opened -"
"Evening, Rubeus," said Riddle sharply.
* 220 *
"Lie back, Harry," said Lockhart soothingly. "It's a simple charm I've used countless times -"
"What's up?" said Ron uncertainly. "Have you still got Millicent's nose or something?"
Ernie Macmillan of Hufflepuff didn't take this cheerful view. He was still convinced that Harry was the guilty one, that he had "given himself away" at the Dueling Club. Peeves wasn't helping matters; he kept popping up in the crowded corridors singing "Oh, Potter, you rotter . . ." now with a dance routine to match.
The Slytherins' superior brooms were clearly doing their jobs, and meanwhile the mad Bludger was doing all it could to knock Harry out of the air. Fred and George were now flying so close to him on either side that Harry could see nothing at all except their flailing arms and had no chance to look for the Snitch, let alone catch it.？