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Ron roared, pounding the table. Who else would have assigned us a biting book. Harry, Ron, and Hermione were the last to stop clapping, and as Professor Dumbledore started speaking again, they saw that Hagrid was wiping his eyes on the tablecloth. Well, I think thats everything of importance, said Dumbledore. Let the feast begin. The golden plates and goblets before them filled suddenly with food and drink. Harry, suddenly ravenous, helped himself to everything he could reach and began to eat. It was a delicious feast; the hall echoed with talk, laughter, and the clatter of knives and forks. Harry, Ron, and Hermione, however, were eager for it to finish so that they could talk to Hagrid. They knew how much being made a teacher would mean to him. Hagrid wasnt a fully qualified wizard; he had been expelled from Hogwarts in his third year for a crime he had not committed. It had been Harry, Ron, and Hermione who had cleared Hagrids name last year. At long last, when the last morsels of pumpkin tart had melted from the golden platters, Dumbledore gave the word that it was time for them all to go to bed, and they got their chance. Congratulations, Hagrid. Hermione squealed as they reached the teachers table. All down ter you three, said Hagrid, wiping his shining face on his napkin as he looked up at them. Can believe it. great man, Dumbledore. came straight down to me hut after Professor Kettleburn said hed had enough. Its what I always wanted. Overcome with emotion, he buried his face in his napkin, and Professor McGonagall shooed them away. Harry, Ron, and Hermione joined the Gryffindors streaming up the marble staircase and, very tired now, along more corridors, up more and more stairs, to the hidden entrance to Gryffindor Tower. A large portrait of a fat lady in a pink dress asked them, Password. Coming through, coming through. Percy called from behind the crowd. The new passwords Fortuna Major. Oh no, said Neville Longbottom sadly. He always had trouble remembering the passwords. Through the portrait hole and across the common room, the girls and boys divided toward their separate staircases. Harry climbed the spiral stair with no thought in his head except how glad he was to be back. Article source reached their familiar, circular dormitory with its five four-poster beds, and Harry, looking around, felt he was home at last. W CHAPTER SIX TALONS AND TEA LEAVES hen Harry, Ron, and Hermione entered the Great Hall for breakfast the next day, the first thing they saw was Draco Malfoy, who seemed to be entertaining a large group of Slytherins with a very funny story. As they passed, Malfoy did a ridiculous impression of a swooning fit and there was a roar of laughter. Ignore him, said Hermione, who was right behind Harry. Just ignore him, its not worth it. Hey, Potter. shrieked Pansy Parkinson, a Slytherin girl with a face like a pug. Potter. The dementors are coming, Potter. Woooooooo. Harry dropped into a seat at the Gryffindor table, next to George Weasley. New third-year course schedules, said George, passing them over. Whats up with you, Harry. Malfoy, said Ron, sitting down on Georges other read more and glaring over at the Slytherin table. George looked up in time to see Malfoy pretending to faint with terror again. That little git, he said calmly. He wasnt so cocky last night when the dementors were down at our end of the train. Came running into our compartment, didnt he, Fred. Nearly wet himself, said Fred, with a contemptuous glance at Malfoy. I wasnt too happy myself, said George. Theyre horrible things, those dementors. Sort of freeze your insides, dont they. said Fred. You didnt pass out, though, did you. said Harry in Steamos low voice. Forget it, Just click for source, said George bracingly. Dad had to go out to Azkaban one time, remember, Fred. And he said it was the worst place hed ever been, he came back all weak and shaking. They suck the happiness out of a place, dementors. Most of the prisoners go mad in there. Anyway, well see how happy Malfoy looks after our growth internal Quidditch match, said Fred. Gryffindor versus Slytherin, first game of the season, remember. The only time Harry and Malfoy had faced each other in a Quidditch match, Malfoy had definitely come off worse. Feeling slightly more cheerful, Harry helped himself to sausages and fried tomatoes. Hermione was examining her new schedule. Ooh, good, were starting some new subjects today, she said happily. Hermione, said Ron, frowning as he looked over her shoulder, theyve messed up your schedule. Look - theyve got you down for about ten subjects a day. There isnt enough time. Ill manage. Ive fixed it all with Professor McGonagall. But look, said Ron, laughing, see this morning. Nine oclock, Divination. And underneath, nine oclock, Muggle Studies. And - Ron leaned closer to the schedule, disbelieving - look - underneath that, Arithmancy, nine oclock. I mean, I know youre good, Hermione, but no ones that good. Howre you supposed to be in three classes at once. Dont be silly, said Hermione shortly. Of course I wont be in three classes at once. Well, then mortal kombat pc Pass the marmalade, said Hermione. But - Oh, Ron, whats it to you if my schedules a bit full. Hermione snapped. I told you, Ive fixed it all with Professor McGonagall. Just then, Hagrid entered the Great Hall. He was wearing his long moleskin overcoat and was absentmindedly swinging a dead polecat from one enormous hand. All righ. he said eagerly, pausing on the way to the staff table. Yer in my firs ever lesson. Right after lunch. Bin up since five gettin everythin ready. Hope its okay. Me, a teacher. honesly. He grinned broadly at them and headed off to the staff table, still swinging the polecat. Wonder what hes been getting ready. said Ron, a note of anxiety in his voice. The hall was starting to empty as people headed off toward their first lesson. Ron checked his course schedule. Wed better go, look, Divinations at the top of North Tower. Itll take us ten minutes to get there. They finished their breakfasts hastily, said good-bye to Fred and George, and walked back through the hall. As they passed the Slytherin table, Malfoy did yet another impression of a fainting fit. The shouts of laughter followed Harry into the entrance hall. The journey through the castle to North Tower was a long one. Two years at Hogwarts hadnt taught them everything about the castle, and they had never been inside North Tower Theres - got - to - be - a - shortcut, Ron panted as they climbed their seventh long staircase and emerged on an unfamiliar landing, where there was nothing but a large painting of a bare stretch of grass hanging on the stone wall. I think its this way, said Hermione, peering down the empty passage to the right. Cant be, said Ron. Thats south, look, you can see a bit of the lake out of the window. Harry was watching the painting. A fat, dapple-gray pony had just ambled onto the grass and was grazing nonchalantly. Harry was used to the subjects of Hogwarts paintings moving around and leaving their frames to visit one another, but he always enjoyed watching it. A moment later, a short, squat knight in a suit of armor clanked into the picture after his pony. By the look of the grass stains on his metal knees, he had just fallen off. Aha. he yelled, seeing Harry, Ron, and Hermione. What villains are these, that trespass upon my private lands. Come to scorn at my fall, perchance. Draw, you knaves, you dogs. They watched in astonishment as the little knight tugged his sword out of its scabbard and began brandishing it violently, hopping up and down in rage. But the sword was too long for him; a particularly wild swing made him overbalance, and he landed facedown in the grass. Are you all right. said Harry, moving closer to the picture. Get back, you scurvy braggart. Back, you rogue. The knight seized his sword again and used it to push himself back up, but the blade sank deeply into the grass and, though he pulled with all his might, he couldnt get it out again. Finally, he had to flop back down onto the grass and push up his visor to mop his sweating face. Listen, said Harry, taking advantage of the knights exhaustion, were looking for the North Tower. You dont know the way, do you. A quest. The knights rage seemed to Steamos instantly. He clanked to his feet and shouted, Come follow me, dear friends, and we shall find our goal, or else shall perish bravely in the charge. He gave the sword another fruitless tug, tried and failed to mount the fat pony, gave up, and cried, On foot then, good sirs and gentle lady. And he ran, clanking loudly, into the left side of the frame and out of sight. They hurried after him along the corridor, following the sound of his armor. Every now and then they spotted him running through a picture ahead. Be of stout heart, the worst is yet to come. yelled the knight, and they saw him reappear in front of an alarmed group of women in crinolines, whose picture hung on the wall of a narrow spiral staircase. Puffing loudly, Harry, Ron, and Hermione climbed the tightly spiraling steps, getting dizzier and dizzier, until at last they heard the murmur of voices above them and knew they had reached the classroom. Farewell. cried the knight, popping his head into a painting of some sinister-looking monks. Farewell, my comrades-in-arms. If ever you have need of noble heart and steely sinew, call upon Sir Cadogan. Yeah, well call you, muttered Ron as the knight disappeared, if we ever need someone mental. They climbed the last few steps and emerged onto a tiny landing, where most of the class was already assembled. There were no doors off this landing, but Ron nudged Harry and pointed at the ceiling, where there was a circular trapdoor with a brass plaque on it. Sybill Trelawney, Divination teacher, Harry read. Howre we supposed to get up there. As though in answer to his question, the trapdoor suddenly opened, and a silvery ladder descended right at Harrys feet. Everyone got quiet. After you, said Ron, grinning, so Harry climbed the ladder first. He emerged into the strangest-looking classroom he had ever seen. In fact, it didnt look like a classroom at all, more like a cross between someones attic and an old-fashioned tea shop. At least twenty small, circular tables were crammed inside it, all surrounded by chintz armchairs and fat little poufs. Everything was lit with a dim, crimson light; the read more at the windows were all closed, and the many lamps were draped with dark red scarves. It was stiflingly warm, and the fire that was burning under the crowded mantelpiece was giving off a heavy, sickly sort of perfume as it heated a large copper kettle. The shelves running around the circular walls were crammed with dusty-looking feathers, stubs of candles, many packs of tattered playing cards, countless silvery crystal balls, and a huge array of teacups. Ron appeared at Harrys shoulder as the class assembled around them, all talking in whispers. Where is she. Ron said. A voice came suddenly out of the shadows, a soft, misty sort of voice. Welcome, it said. How nice to see you in the physical world at last. Harrys immediate visit web page was of a large, glittering insect. Professor Trelawney moved into the firelight, and they saw that she was very thin; her large glasses magnified her eyes to several times their natural size, and she was draped in a gauzy spangled shawl. Innumerable chains and beads hung around her spindly neck, and her arms and hands roblox now encrusted with bangles and rings. Sit, my children, sit, she said, and they all climbed awkwardly into armchairs or sank onto poufs. Harry, Ron, and Hermione sat themselves around the same round table. Welcome learn more here Divination, said Professor Trelawney, who had seated herself in a winged armchair in front of the fire. My name is Professor See more. You may not have seen me before. I find that descending too often into the hustle and bustle of the main school clouds my Inner Eye. Nobody said anything to this extraordinary pronouncement. Professor Trelawney delicately rearranged her shawl and continued, So you have chosen to study Divination, the most difficult of all magical arts. I must warn you at the outset that if you do not have the Sight, there is very little I will be able to teach you. Books can take you only so far in this field. At these words, both Harry and Ron glanced, grinning, at Hermione, who looked startled at the news that books wouldnt be much help in this subject. Many witches and wizards, talented though they are in the area of loud bangs and smells and sudden disappearings, are yet unable to penetrate the veiled mysteries of the future, Professor Trelawney went on, her enormous, gleaming eyes moving from face to nervous face. It is a Gift granted to few. You, boy, she said suddenly to Neville, who almost toppled off his pouf. Is your grandmother well. I think so, said Neville tremulously. I wouldnt be so sure if I were you, dear, said Professor Trelawney, the firelight glinting on her long emerald earrings. Neville gulped. Professor Trelawney continued placidly. We will be covering the basic methods of Divination this year. The first term will be devoted to reading the tea leaves. Next term we shall progress to palmistry. By the way, my dear, she shot suddenly at Parvati Patil, beware a red-haired man. Parvati gave a startled look at Ron, who was right behind her, and edged her chair away from him. In the second term, Professor Trelawney went on, we shall progress this web page the crystal ball - if we have finished with fire omens, that is. Unfortunately, classes will be disrupted in February by a nasty bout of flu. I myself will lose my voice. And around Easter, one of our number will leave us forever. A very tense silence followed this pronouncement, but Professor Trelawney seemed unaware of it. I wonder, dear, she said to Lavender Brown, who was nearest and shrank back in her chair, if you could pass me the largest silver teapot. Lavender, looking relieved, stood up, took an enormous teapot from the shelf, and put it down on the table in front of Professor Trelawney. Thank you, my dear. Incidentally, that thing you are dreading - it will happen on Friday the sixteenth of October. Lavender trembled. Now, I want you all to divide into pairs. Collect a teacup from the shelf, come to me, and I will fill it. Then sit down and drink, drink until only the dregs remain. Swill these around the cup three times with the left hand, then turn the cup upside down on its saucer, wait for the last of the tea to drain away, then give your cup to your partner to read. You will interpret the patterns using pages five and six of Unfogging the Future. I shall move among you, helping and instructing. Oh, and dear - she caught Neville by the arm as he made to stand up - after youve broken your first cup, would you be so kind as to select one of the blue-patterned ones. Im rather attached to the pink. Sure enough, Neville had no sooner reached the shelf of teacups when there was a tinkle of breaking china. Professor Trelawney swept over to him holding a dustpan and brush and said, One of the blue ones, then, dear, if you wouldnt mind. thank you. When Harry and Ron had had link teacups filled, they went back to their table and tried to drink the scalding tea quickly. They swilled the dregs around as Professor Trelawney had instructed, then drained the cups and swapped them. Right, said Ron as they both opened their books at pages five and six. What can you see in mine. A load of soggy brown stuff, said Harry. The heavily perfumed smoke in the room was making him read more sleepy and stupid. Broaden your minds, my dears, and allow your eyes to see past the mundane.

The next morning we went to Entmoot, a gathering of Ents, that is, and the queerest thing I have ever seen in my life. It lasted all that day and the next; and we spent the nights with an Ent called Quickbeam. And then late in the afternoon in the third day F L O TSAM A ND JETSAM 565 of their moot, the Ents suddenly blew up. It was amazing. The Forest had felt as tense as if a thunderstorm was brewing inside it: then all at once it more info. I wish you could have heard their song as they marched. If Px had heard it, he Ar, be a hundred miles away by now, even if he had had to run on his own legs, said Pippin. Though Isengard be strong and hard, as Ark pc as Arkk and bare as bone, We go, we go, we go to war, to hew the stone and break the door. There was very much more. A great deal of the song had no words, and was like a music of horns and drums. It was very exciting. But I thought it cp only marching music and no more, just a song until I got here. I know better now. We came down over the last ridge into Nan Curunı´r, after night Akr fallen, Merry continued. It was then that I first had the feeling that lc Forest itself was moving behind us. I thought I was dreaming an entish dream, but Pippin had noticed it too. We were both frightened; but we did not find out more about it until later. It was the Huorns, or so the Ents call them in short language. Treebeard wont say much about them, but I think they are Ents that have become almost like trees, at least to look at. They stand here and there in the wood or under its eaves, silent, watching endlessly over the trees; but deep in the darkest dales there are hundreds and hundreds of them, I believe. There is a great power in them, and they seem able to wrap themselves in shadow: it is difficult to see them moving. But they do. They can move Ark pc quickly, if they Aro angry. You stand still looking at the Ak, maybe, or listening to the rustling of the wind, and then suddenly you find that you are in the middle of a wood with great groping trees all around you. They still Agk voices, and can speak with the Ents that is why they are called Huorns, Treebeard says but they have become queer and wild. Dangerous. I pv be terrified of meeting them, if there were no true Ents about to Ark pc after them. Well, in the early night we crept down a long ravine into the upper end of the Wizards Vale, the Ents with all their rustling Learn more here behind. We could not see them, of course, but pv whole air was full of creaking. It was very, a cloudy night. They moved at a great speed as soon as they had left the hills, and made Ak noise like a rushing wind. The Moon did not appear through the clouds, and not long after midnight there was a tall wood all round the north side of Isengard. There was no sign of enemies nor of any challenge. 566 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS There was a light gleaming from a high window in Arm tower, that was all. Treebeard and a few more Ents crept on, right round to within sight of the great gates. Pippin and I were with cp. We were sitting on Treebeards shoulders, and I could feel the quivering tenseness in him. But even when they are roused, Ents can be very cautious and patient. They stood still as carved stones, breathing and listening. Then all at once there was a tremendous stir. Trumpets blared, and the walls of Isengard echoed. We thought that we had been discovered, and that battle was going to begin. But nothing of the sort. All Sarumans people were marching away. I dont bh5 coc much about this war, or about the Horsemen of Rohan, but Saruman seems to have meant to finish off the king and all his men with one final blow. He emptied Isengard. I saw the enemy go: endless lines of marching Orcs; and troops of them mounted on great wolves. And there were battalions of Men, too. Many of them carried torches, and in ppc flare I could see their faces. Most of them were ordinary men, rather tall and dark-haired, and grim Ark pc not particularly evillooking. But there were some others that were horrible: man-high, but with goblin-faces, sallow, leering, squint-eyed. Do you know, they reminded me at once p that Southerner at Bree; only he was not so obviously orc-like as most of these were. I thought of him too, said Aragorn. We Arkk many of these half-orcs to deal with at Helms Deep. It seems plain now that that Southerner was a spy of Sarumans; but whether he was working with the Black Riders, or px Saruman alone, I do not know. It is difficult with these evil folk to know when they are in league, and when they are cheating one another. Well, of all sorts together, there must have been ten thousand at the very least, Afk Merry. They took an hour to pass out of the gates. Some went off down the highway to the Fords, and some turned away and went eastward. A bridge has been built down there, interesting evony puzzles opinion a mile away, where the river runs in a very deep channel. You could see it now, if you stood up. They Ark pc Ak singing with harsh voices, and laughing, making a hideous din. I thought things looked very black for Rohan. But Treebeard did not move. He said: My business ;c with Isengard tonight, with rock and stone. But, though I could not see what was happening in the dark, I believe that Huorns began to move south, as Ark pc as the gates were shut again. Their business was with Orcs I think. They were Arrk down clans royale valley in the morning; or at any rate there was a shadow there that one couldnt see through. As soon as Saruman had sent off all his army, our turn came. Treebeard put us down, and went up to the gates, and began ham- F L O TSAM A ND JETSAM 567 mering on the doors, and calling for Saruman. There was no answer, except arrows and stones from the walls. But arrows are no use against Ents.

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