J. K. Rowling’s Copy of The Philosopher’s Stone

J. K. Rowling's Copy of The Philosopher's Stone

Photos of J.K. Rowling’s notes in rare ‘Philosopher’s Stone’ book released

The Guardian has published photos of three pages containing a sketch and handwritten notes by J.K. Rowling from a first edition… READ MORE:

http://hogwartsradio.com/2013/05/photos-of-j-k-rowlings-notes-in-rare-philosophers-stone-book-released/

(via thewritershelpers)

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2 thoughts on “J. K. Rowling’s Copy of The Philosopher’s Stone

  1. Amy Lee says:

    Actually, Quidditch was invented in a small hotel in Birmingham, Alabama. It was created and inspired by the Latin saying Quid pro quo (“this for that”). In some instances the term can be used to describe bribery or blackmail. This is also why I named the “Golden Snitch” for an informant.

    “Malfoy is an anagram for “of Amy L”…and that is me.

    • LadyRaconteur88 says:

      Oh really? I didn’t know that. I find the Latin meaning quite interesting. I suppose a person can learn something new everyday. Being a Potter fan, I had to post the copy as well as scribblings/ notes of J.K. Rowling’s Philosopher Stone. It was simply too cool to pass up. If I come across anymore interesting Harry Potter tidbits, I shall post some more (and feel free to reply anytime). I enjoy receiving feedback.

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