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Greek Harry Potter - the book jacket

This is a commentary on the Greek translation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. It's written from the point of view of a Greek from ancient Athens who has been miraculously transported (Floo powder?) into the 21st century AD, and who has (of course) read Harry Potter in his native language, and has come back home to Greece again with the text. Once back there he and has been asked to explain certain difficulties for his fellow ancient readers! [I think this is a scenario of which my hero Lucian would have been proud - AMW]

It's arranged by chapters - and page references refer to the Greek text. If you don't own it, it's high time you did - order from Amazon now.

Use the menu button below to select your chapter: new chapters will be added in due course.



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