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"This means," said Professor Lupin, choosing to ignore Neville's 'mall sputter of terror, "that we have a huge advantage over the boggart before we begin. Have you spotted it, Harry?"
"It can't have been a death omen," he told his reflection defiantly. "I was panicking when I saw that thing in Magnolia Crescent.... It was probably just a stray dog...."
"Get back, you scurvy braggart! Back, you rogue!"
Parvati glared at her.
"Why?" said Percy curiously.
"Go for it, Harry," said Ron stubbornly.
As though in answer to his question, the trapdoor suddenly opened, and a silvery ladder descended right at Harry's feet. Everyone got quiet.
Professor Trelawney whirled around as Harry let out a snort of laughter.
Malfoy smirked across the table.
But Malfoy's eyes were shining malevolently, and they were fixed Harry. He leaned across the table.
"Thanks," Harry said to Ern.
And without even removing his glasses, he slumped back onto his pillows and fell asleep.
"What are you doing Muggle Studies for?" said Ron, rolling his eyes at Harry. "You're Muggle- born! Your mum and dad are Muggles! You already know all about Muggles!"
THE BOGGART IN THE WARDROBE
Quite a few people screamed. A giant spider, six feet tall and covered in hair, was advancing on Ron, clicking its pincers menacingly. For a moment, Harry thought Ron had frozen. Then --
The rain thickened as the train sped yet farther north; the windows were now a solid, shimmering gray, which graduily darkened until lanterns flickered into life all along the corridors and over the luggage racks. The train rattled, the rain hammered, the ind roared, but still, Professor Lupin slept.？