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THE TRIBULATIONS OF TRANSLATION

The riddikulus terms, names, and word puzzles in the Harry Potter books weren’t always easy to illuminate in other languages.
The Danish, Hebrew, and German editions of Harry Potter books

IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE version of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Hermione corrects one of Harry’s essays about Jupiter’s moons

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