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Harry mumbled something indistinct.
She looked back over her shoulder, having only just real-ised that Harry was no longer with her; he had stopped walking and they were now ten feet from each other.
"Professor?" he said finally. "Do you think the Horcrux is here?"
"Be brave like my mother, Professor. . . ."
"Tom, Tom, if I knew I couldn't tell you," said Slughorn, wag-ging his finger reprovingly at Riddle, though winking at the same time. "I must say, I'd like to know where you get your information, boy, more knowledgeable than half the staff, you are."
She came to a halt, panting, and stared down, wide-eyed, at Dumbledore.
"Where've you — ? Why are you soaking — ? Is that blood." Ron was standing at the top of the stairs, looking bewildered at , the sight of Harry.
The word was the spark that ignited Harry's fury.
"This is the copy of Advanced Potion-Making that you purchased from Flourish and Blotts?"
"Yes, this is the place," said Dumbledore.
'You couldn't have found out who it was without asking?' Harry asked her, slightly frustrated.
One by one, the boys filed out of the room. Slughorn heaved himself out of his armchair and carried his empty glass over to his desk. A movement behind him made him look around; Riddle was still standing there.
"You . . . you can't stop, Professor," said Harry. "You've got to keep drinking, remember? You told me you had to keep drinking. Here . . ." Hating himself, repulsed by what he was doing, Harry forced the goblet back toward Dumbledore's mouth and tipped it, so that Dumbledore drank the remainder of the potion inside.
Dumbledore looked at Harry very intently for a moment before saying, "Yes, I think so."
"I said it was crude," said Dumbledore, who sounded disdainful, even disappointed, as though Voldemort had fallen short of higher standards Dumbledore expected. "The idea, as I am sure you will have gathered, is that your enemy must weaken him- or herself to enter. Once again, Lord Voldemort fails to grasp that there are much more terrible things than physical injury.",