J.K. Rowling made her return to Twitter with tweets about Snape, Quidditch, tattoos, and life in quarantine.
Tagged: Philosopher’s Stone
Americanizing books is still a common practice long after “Harry Potter” was released. But if, as readers, we’re able to take the whole wizarding world in our stride without ever having visited it, we should also be able to figure out that pudding is more than just a gelatinous treat and trainers are the same as runners.
UPDATED: Going, Going, but Not Quite Gone: First Edition of “Philosopher’s Stone” Is Expected to Sell for Tens of Thousands
For how much will it go? We don’t know! Come back in March to find out.
How do alchemical and Masonic symbolism overlap? Dr. Beatrice Groves explores this connection, links it to the quest for the Hallows, and finds an astonishingly vivid parallel between “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” and “The Man Who Would Be King.”
The University of British Columbia’s library in Vancouver has purchased a rare first edition of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”! Learn more about it here!