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He was already half hoping that she didn't want to.
"Well," said Scrimgeour, frowning slightly, "well, yes, that's partly why we'd like —"
"Same to you," said the fat lady with a roguish grin, and she swung forward to admit them.
"But you didn't really trust him, sir, did you? He told me . . . the Riddle who came out of that diary said, 'Dumbledore never seemed to like me as much as the other teachers did.'"
"It's just a book that's been written on!" said Harry, tugging it out of her grip.
"I invited dear Tonks to come along today," said Mrs. Weasley, setting down the carrots with unnecessary force and glaring at Fleur. "But she wouldn't come. Have you spoken to her lately, Remus?"
"The rumors that have flown around!" said Scrimgeour. "Well, of course, we both know how these stories get distorted ... all these whispers of a prophecy . . . of you being 'the Chosen One'. . ."
"I didn't think of giving Kreacher anything. Do people usually give their house-elves Christmas presents?" asked Harry, prodding the parcel cautiously.
"She'll ban you from the library if you're not careful. Why did you have to bring that stupid book?"
He waited for Harry to say something, but Harry did not oblige, : so he went on, "I have been hoping for an occasion to talk to you ever since I gained office, but Dumbledore has — most under-standably, as I say — prevented this."
"How very rude of him."
that Dumbledore's bright blue eyes looked rather watery, ami stared hastily at his own knees. When Dumbledore spoke, however, his voice was quite steady.
"No, I can't," she said flatly. "So don't even ask."
"— Weasley saves it, well, he's bound to get lucky sometimes, I suppose. . . ."
'Look, it's none of your business what I'm doing, Crabbe, you and Goyle just do as you're told and keep a lookout!'