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All titles Available now. Juvenile 2 Young adult Last 7 days 0 Last 14 days 0 Last 30 days 0 Last 3 months 0 Last 6 months 0. They break the metal bars off Harry's window and help him to pick the lock to his door so he can get his Nimbus and trunk.
The Dursleys discover his escape attempt, but by the time they can intervene, Fred, George, Ron and Harry have got everything of Harry's and have flown away. On the flight to the Burrow, Harry explains Dobby's warning. They all agree that it is very fishy and speculate that Dobby most likely belongs to the Malfoys who sent Dobby to Harry as a joke, since the Malfoys are an old wizarding family of great wealth.
Fred and George tell Harry that Lucius Malfoy formerly worked for Voldemort but claimed that the Dark Lord bewitched him after Voldemort lost his powers. Harry is taken to the Burrow , the Weasleys' home, and he finds the house truly amazing.
Since Ron, Fred and George took the car without permission, they are yelled at by Molly Weasley , who was waiting in the kitchen. After their scolding, she makes them breakfast and has the three Weasley boys and Harry who volunteered de-gnome the garden, refusing to use a technique from Gilderoy Lockhart's Guide to Household Pests , and do it their own way.
Arthur Weasley soon comes home and is honoured to meet Harry after they are introduced to each other. Molly, his wife, yells at him for enchanting the car.
Ginny Weasley , who was enrolling at Hogwarts that year, is very obviously enamoured with Harry and spends most of the chapter hiding from him. Chapter 4: At Flourish and Blotts Lucius Malfoy: "Dear me, what's the use of being a disgrace to the name of wizard if they don't even pay you well for it? Gilderoy Lockhart showing off his book Harry stays at the Burrow until his departure for Hogwarts.
The Weasleys make it clear that they all like Harry. For example, Arthur insists that Harry sit next to him during meals where Molly, who constantly deplores the state of his hand-me-down clothes and how thin he is, insists that he eat extra food.
During that period, he and the Weasleys travel to Diagon Alley with Floo Powder to get their school supplies. Harry has difficulty with the smoke around him and says "Diagon Alley" unclearly, and thus he accidentally lands in a shop in the ill-reputed Knockturn Alley instead.
The shop is Borgin and Burkes , specialising in objects related to Dark magic. There he sees Lucius Malfoy , father of Draco Malfoy , Harry's arch rival from school, selling items imbued with Dark magic to a dark arts salesman, Mr Borgin.
Lucius Malfoy explains that the Ministry has been conducting raids on wizard houses to uncover illegal artefacts, so he is selling his more problematic possessions.
He also expresses his disdain for a rumoured Muggle Protection Act , which he rightly assumes Arthur Weasley is behind. Harry leaves the shop and is found by Hagrid and taken back to Diagon Alley to reunite with the Weasleys and Hermione Granger , who is also there with her parents.
He then forces Harry to have his picture taken with him for the main page of the Daily Prophet. They also meet Draco and Lucius Malfoy there. The elder Malfoy continuously taunts and insults Arthur and his family and eventually Arthur lunges at him.
Some of the translators hired to work on the books were quite well known before their work on Harry Potter, such as Viktor Golyshev , who oversaw the Russian translation of the series' fifth book. Golyshev was previously best known for having translated William Faulkner and George Orwell ,  and was known to snub the Harry Potter books in interviews and refer to them as inferior literature.
The Turkish translation of books two to five was undertaken by Sevin Okyay , a popular literary critic and cultural commentator. As best as can be determined as of , The Philosopher's Stone has been officially translated from the original English into 75  other languages, the most recent being Hawaiian, in August , preceded by Scots, [note 1]  which was released on 23 November Rowling's   sites have recently stated that the books have been translated into 79 languages their count would now likely be 82 with the subsequent release  of Hawaiian, the release  of Scots and a new Mongolian translation ;  however, it has been argued that number actually represents the number of authorized translations of The Philosopher's Stone plus the original English.
The 82 total does not include other linguistically interesting language editions: there have been many regional adaptations of the books to accommodate regional dialects, for example the American English edition or the Valencian adaptation of Catalan.