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"Maybe Snape's found out how to get past him without asking Hagrid," said Ron, looking up at the thousands of books surrounding them. "I bet there's a book somewhere in here telling you how to get past a giant three-headed dog. So what do we do, Harry?"
"No -- but it's like ice."
"Are you all right?" said the centaur, pulling Harry to his feet.
Quirrell cursed again.
"We've heard," said Hagrid grumpily. "Well, if either of you do see anythin', let me know, won't yeh? We'll be off, then."
"Where're you going?" said Ron sleepily.
"Oh, let's kick her, just this once," Ron whispered in Harry's ear, but Harry shook his head. As they climbed carefully around her, Mrs. Norris turned her lamplike eyes on them, but didn't do anything.
It was Quirrell.
"He lies... He lies..."
"Peeves," he said, in a hoarse whisper, "the Bloody Baron has his own reasons for being invisible."
"It must wake up the moment you stop playing," said Harry. "Well, here goes..."
"Of course not," said Hermione briskly. "How do you think you'd get to the Stone without us? I'd better go and took through my books, there might be something useful..."
"This is where I leave you," Firenze murmured as Hagrid hurried off to examine the unicorn. "You are safe now."
Neville clutched the sleeve of Harry's robe and made a choking noise.
"Why's Bane so angry?" he asked. "What was that thing you saved me from, anyway?"
Harry felt as if Devil's Snare was rooting him to the spot. He couldn't move a muscle. Petrified, he watched as Quirrell reached up and began to unwrap his turban. What was going on? The turban fell away. Quirrell's head looked strangely small without it. Then he turned slowly on the spot.