"Not in death, but just in sleep, the fateful prophecy you’ll keep. And from this slumber shall you wake, when true love’s kiss, the spell shall break."
Ron looked both sulky and annoyed when he appeared at breakfast half an hour later, and though he sat with Lavender, Harry did not see them exchange a word all the time they were together.
Hermione was acting as though she was oblivious to all of this, but once or twice Harry saw an inexplicable smirk cross her face. All that day she seemed to be in a particularly good mood, and that evening in the common room she even consented to look over (in other words, finish writing) Harry’s Herbology essay, something she had been resolutely refusing to do up to that point, because she had known that Harry would then let Ron copy his work.
- Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, page 398