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Titles available in the Harry Potter series (in reading order) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’ Stone Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Hany Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone also available in Latin, Ancient Greek, Welsh and Irish Harrius Potter et Philosophi Lapis (Latin) Apcios Tori wa 708 udoadpou Nos (Ancient Greek) Harri Potter a Maen yr Athronyeldl (Welsh) Harry Potter agus an Orchloch (Irish) HARRIUS POTTER et Philosophi Lapis J. K. ROWLING Translated by Peter Needham All vgs vsered no par of dis publication may be epeduced, of ‘uansmiued by any mears, detente, mechanical, pheweopying ‘rather, without the por permission ofthe pubsher ‘es pbliched in Gretta n 1997 lornsbry Paahing Ml, 36 Soho Square, Londo WD 3QY ‘his edn fst published in 2003 by Hloomsbury Pablishing le, ‘Neve Yer and London Sloosbury Paishing He, 36 Soho Square, London WILD 3 ‘Hlotsbury USA, 175 Fifth Avenue, New Yk, NY 10010 Copyeght © 1997 JK Rowtieg Cover iustatons copyrght © 1997 Thomas Taylor “Taran by Peter Needhars Marry Power, names, character and elated ida ne Copy and rade Warne Bros, 2000" The tor ight ofthe aor Bs been sere ‘ACCP eaulogue record of ths book is evalable ees the Tish Library CCalogingtn-Publicaton Data ease ore dhe Libary of Congress Distbuted ro ce rade nthe US. by Holobrnck Pabisbers UK ISHN 0 7175 6196 6 US ISBN 158234 625 1 Protea and bound in Gest tin by Clays Ld, St es ple “Typeset in Beeey Ol Spe by Painpsest Book Production Led, Poon, Silingice First Fon wolcemsbury comarypottr for Jessica, who loves stores, for Anne, wo loved them too, ‘and for Di, who heard this one fist Jessicae, quae fabulas amat, Annac quae eas quoque amabat, et Diane, quae hanc fabulam primum audit — CAPUT PRIMUM — Puer Qui Vixit Dominus et Domina Dursley, quivivebancin aedibus Gestationis Ligustronum numero quattuersignatis, non sine superbia dice- ‘ant se ratione onfinaria vend uti neque se paenitere iis rations. in-toto otbe terrarum vis creda quemquarn esse mints deditumn rebus novis et arcanis, quod ineptias tales omnino spemebant. ‘Dominus Dursley praceratsocietati nomine Grannings, quae terehras fect, vir eat amplus et corpulentus nulla fee collo, ‘maximo tamen mystace. Domina Dursley erat macra et fava et prope alterum tantum colli habebar quam alii homies, quod ragno ei ust fit quod tantum tempus constimebat in call super saepes hortorum porrigendl, finitimes inspciens. Durslet filium parvom nomine Dudley babebant nec usquats, conn sententia, eat poer splencidior. Durslei omnia habebant quae volebant, sed rem quandam fceultam tenebant, et maxime thnebant ne quis boc secretum cognosceret, putabant enim id fore intolerable si quis de Potteris cettior fiert. Domina Potter erat soror Dominse Dursley, sed aliquot iam annos sltera cum altera non convenerat, re vera simulabat se non habere sororem, quod soror et conituns eius, vir nefarius, erant omnibus mocls dissimiles ursleis, Durslei horescehant rati quid dictur essene finite sin viam suam advenirent Potter, Durslet sciebant Poteros quoque filam parvum habere, sed eum ne viderant quidem, Bic puer erat alia causa cur Poatcros arcerent; nolebant enim fiium suum Dudleur poero ali familia esse ‘obi Dominus et Domina Dursley experrecti sunt illo die Marts fobscuro et tenebreso quo incipitnarratio nesta, caelum mubilum