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"No," said Harry.
"Harry Potter . . . can Dobby come and see you sometimes, sir?" Dobby asked tentatively.
CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE - THE HOUSE-ELF LIBERATION FRONT
"Caught on, have you?" said Harry coldly. "Took you long enough."
Moody followed him.
But Winky cried harder than ever. Dobby, on the other hand, beamed up at Harry.
"Probably says he's not a very good Head of Department," said Hermione, "and let's face it... he's got a point, hasn't he?"
Harry stared at him in amazement. The large chunk missing from Moody's nose was particularly obvious at a few inches' distance. Moody grinned.
Parvati and Lavender both put their hands over their mouths, looking horrified.
"Karkaroff got released?" Harry said slowly - his brain seemed to be struggling to absorb yet another piece of shocking information. "Why did they release him?"
He swung his leg over the broom and kicked off from the ground. And a second later, something miraculous happened....
"Hi," said Cedric, picking up a copy of A Guide to Advanced Transfiguration that was now splattered with ink. "My bag just split. . . brand-new and all. . ."
"Harry's got a long way to go before he finishes this tournament," she said seriously.
"It was someone being tortured!" said Neville, who had gone very white and spilled sausage rolls all over the floor. "You're going to have to fight the Cruciatus Curse!"
"Cedric," said Harry, "the first task is dragons."
Time was behaving in a more peculiar fashion than ever, rushing past in great dollops, so that one moment he seemed to be sitting down in his first lesson, History of Magic, and the next, walking into lunch.. . and then (where had the morning gone? the last of the dragon-free hours?), Professor McGonagall was hurrying over to him in the Great Hall.（央视记者 徐海霞）