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"What? My -- my mom and dad weren't famous, were they?"
He waved his wand, but nothing happened. Scabbers stayed gray and fast asleep.
"Well -- I don' like sayin' the name if I can help it. No one does."
"Er -- I need to be at King's Cross tomorrow to -- to go to Hogwarts."
"Oh, you're going to fight us, are you?" Malfoy sneered.
Harry stared. Then he looked quickly around to see if anyone was watching. They weren't. He looked back at the snake and winked, too.
Vault seven hundred and thirteen had no keyhole.
"Just the one. Gringotts. Run by goblins."
Goyle reached toward the Chocolate Frogs next to Ron - Ron leapt forward, but before he'd so much as touched Goyle, Goyle let out a horrible yell.
"If yeh know where to go," said Hagrid.
Draco Malfoy didn't go red, but a pink tinge appeared in his pale cheeks.
Harry sat and thought about this while Hagrid read his newspaper, the Daily Prophet. Harry had learned from Uncle Vernon that people liked to be left alone while they did this, but it was very difficult, he'd never had so many questions in his life.
Harry looked in the bowl again.
The Dursleys' house had four bedrooms: one for Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia, one for visitors (usually Uncle Vernon's sister, Marge), one where Dudley slept, and one where Dudley kept all the toys and things that wouldn't fit into his first bedroom. It only took Harry one trip upstairs to move everything he owned from the cupboard to this room. He sat down on the bed and stared around him. Nearly everything in here was broken. The month-old video camera was lying on top of a small, working tank Dudley had once driven over the next door neighbor's dog; in the corner was Dudley's first-ever television set, which he'd put his foot through when his favorite program had been canceled; there was a large birdcage, which had once held a parrot that Dudley had swapped at school for a real air rifle, which was up on a shelf with the end all bent because Dudley had sat on it. Other shelves were full of books. They were the only things in the room that looked as though they'd never been touched.