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"Okay!" said Harry. "It was just an idea, I just thought
Harry had the impression that Lupin wanted to leave as quickly as possible.
They slipped out of the kitchen and down a narrow passageway to an uneven staircase, which wound its way, zigzagging up
Lupin smiled wryly.
He was bearing down on Harry like a great bulldog, all his teeth bared. "Well, I've got news for you, boy . ... I'm locking you up .... You're never going back to that school ... never ... and if you try and magic yourself out - they'll expel you!"
"Now what?" whispered Harry, looking around.
It was this scar that made Harry so particularly unusual, even for a wizard. This scar was the only hint of Harry's very mysterious past, of the reason he had been left on the Dursleys' doorstep eleven years before.
"But what was it?"
"They'll love him!" cried Aunt Petunia rapturously.
"Gerroff me! Gerroff me!" squealed the gnome.
"Here we come!" Hermione whispered.
"Really -- they'll wake everybody up! What do they think they're doing?"
But Hermione nudged him and pointed toward the castle. Harry moved his head a few inches to get a clear view of the distant front doors. Dumbledore, Fudge, the old Committee member, and Macnair the executioner were coming down the steps.
Harry had never been part of a stranger group. Crookshanks led the way down the stairs; Lupin, Pettigrew, and Ron went next, looking like entrants in a six-legged race. Next came Professor Snape, drifting creepily along, his toes hitting each stair as they descended, held up by his own wand, which was being pointed at him by Sirius. Harry and Hermione brought up the rear.