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There were screams from the outside.
‘It looks like it’s getting bigger,’ whispered Ginger.
‘Go outside,’ said Victor. ‘Get the wizards to stop it.’
‘What’re you going to do?’
Victor drew himself up to his full height. ‘There are some Things’, he said, ‘that a man has to do by himself.’
She Both dogs bounded away after it, propelled by instinct. On his way past, though, Gaspode had just enough selfcontrol to say, ‘You bastard!’
Victor pulled open the door of the picture‑throwing room and came out with handfuls of Blown Away.
The giant Victor was having trouble leaving the screen. The head and gave him a look of irritated incomprehension.‘What? What? Do you want to go to the lavatory or something?’‘Just get out!’He shoved her towards the doors, then turned and saw the two dogs looking at him expectantly.‘And you two, too,’ he said.Laddie barked.‘Dog’s gotta stay by ‘is master, style of fing,’ said Gaspode, shame‑facedly.Victor looked around in desperation, picked up a fragment of seat, opened the door, threw the wood as far as possible and shouted ‘Fetch!’