Senin, 22 November 2010

The story of Harry Potter Books New 2010

Harry Potter is one of a series of fantasy novels by J. K. Rowling from England about a boy named Harry Potter. Since the first release of this novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in 1997 in England, this book has gained fame and commercial success worldwide, made into a film, video games, and variety of merchandise.

The background story of Harry potter is mostly located at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and centers on Harry Potter's fight against the evil wizard Lord Voldemort, who uses the Dark Arts to kill Harry's parents.

All seven books are planned Rowling's Harry Potter novels in the series have been published. The sixth book, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the original English version was published on July 16, 2005, while the seventh book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released worldwide on July 21, 2007 (Indonesian translation version was published on January 13, 2008 .) The first six books in the series as a whole this novel has sold more than 325 million copies and been translated into more than 63 languages.

The success of his novels, Rowling has become the richest writer in history kesusasteraan.Versi-English original version published by Bloomsbury in the United Kingdom, Scholastic Press in the United States, Allen & Unwin in Australia, and Raincoast Books in Canada. Indonesian version published by Gramedia Pustaka Utama.

The first five books have been made into a film by Warner Bros. big screen. and gain great success. The fifth film, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, began in February 2006 were photographed, and released on July 11, 2007 in the United States. The sixth movie, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, released on July 15, 2009.

Story Book Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince Controversy
Controversy Books Harry Potter - The Half-Blood Prince
Publications Books The Half-Blood Prince prior to launch date

Story Book Harry Potter & The Half Blood Controversy PrincePublikasi massive Half-Blood Prince controversy tinged with the inevitable and not unexpected. In May 2005, the British bookmakers suspended betting on which the main character will die in the book because of fears of bookmakers with knowledge of those inside. A number of big bets made for the death of Albus Dumbledore, mostly from Bungay, Suffolk, a place where the books were printed. Gambling later reopened. Other controversies included the "right to read" Potter books inadvertently sold before the date of launch, the environmental issues regarding the source of the dipergunakna paper to print millions of books, and fan reaction to the development of plot and disclosures in the novel.
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In early July 2005, the Real Canadian Superstore, a large retail store in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, accidentally sold fourteen of The Half-Blood Prince before the official launch date. Canadian publisher, Raincoast Books, have strict orders from the Supreme Court of British Columbia to prohibit the buyer to read the books before the official release date and forbade them to discuss the contents.

The buyers are offered a T-shirt Harry Potter and the books that have signed the author when they return the books before July 16, 2005.

On July 15, 2005, less than 12 hours before the official launch of this book, Raincoast warned The Globe and Mail newspaper that published a review of a Canadian writer at midnight, as promised the newspaper, as a violation of court orders will trade secrecy. This court order to immediately become news in a variety of news articles stating that the order had violated human rights. A Canadian law professor Michael Geist commented on this issue in weblognya. Richard Stallman, an environmental activist and founder of the GPL called for a boycott, and asked the publisher to apologize. The Globe and Mail published a review of two writers from Britain on July 16th edition, and published a review of a Canadian writer had on their web site at 9 am. Explanations are also available on the Raincoast website.

In addition to the above controversy, in the same week, a Chicago department store, Walgreens, inadvertently also sell a book. When the purchaser read about the incident in Canada on the Internet, this buyer said that he would not return the book, but he will not read the novel until the U.S. release date.
Environmental Controversy

Harry Potter book is also a controversy on environmental issues. Before and after the launch of the book, the environmental organization Greenpeace and the National Wildlife Federation, to encourage consumers in the United States who planned to buy Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince to buy it from the issue of Canada, Raincoast Books, which printed it on recycled paper 2%, free-chlorine, and do not use ingredients from ancient trees. United States edition of the book, published by Scholastic Press, printed on paper that does not know the percentage of recycled content she repeated, because Scholastic declined to announce it to the public. But Scholastic claims on the last page of the book, that book did not use wood fiber from ancient trees.

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