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Harry turned on the spot and marched straight through the open doors: anything to get away from Snape. The Great Hall with its four long House tables and its staff table set at the top of the room, was decorated as usual with floating candles that made the plates below glitter and glow. It was ail a shimmering blur to Harry, however, who walked so fast that he was passing the Hufflepuff table before people really started to stare, and by the time they were standing up to get a good look at him, he had spotted Ron and Hermione, sped along the benches toward them, .mil forced his way in between them.
And with that, the pair of them strode out of the shop, Malfoy taking care to bang as hard as he could into Ron on the way out.
bursting into the Great Hall halfway through the feast ought to
"Not. . . not much of him, no," gasped Belby, his eyes streaming.
"Were the Muggles all right? Did they treat you okay?"
His voice tailed away as Slughorn gave him a cold smile and turned to McLaggen instead.
Chapter 9: The Half-Blood Prince
"That's not the point," said Hermione. "She thinks it was her limit he died!"
This information did not seem to please Malfoy. "Who else had he invited?" he demanded.
“Snape said Hagrid was late for the feast —"
"Talking of Diagon Alley," said Mr. Weasley, "looks like Ollivander's gone too."
The classroom door opened as she spoke, and Snape stepped into the corridor, his sallow face framed as ever by two curtains of greasy black hair. Silence fell over the queue immediately.
McLaggen, a large, wiry-haired youth, raised a hand, and Harry and Neville nodded back at him.
"Yes, dear, I'd have noticed," said Mrs. Weasley patiently. "But it's barely nine, there's still plenty of time. . . ."
They scurried along, peering left and right, through shop windows and doors, until Hermione pointed ahead.