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5.0 von 5 Sternen sehr gut übersetzt und für Sprachübung geeignet.
Mir hat die spanische Übersetzung sehr gut gefallen. Im Vergleich zur englischen Originalversion habe ich nur geringfügige Abweichung feststellen können.
Wenn man über mittelmäßige Spanischkenntnisse verfügt, ist dieses Buch sehr gut geeignet um zu üben. Es ist weder so schwer, daß man dauernd nachschlagen muß,...
Veröffentlicht am 2. Februar 2002 von famjedelhauser

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1.0 von 5 Sternen This book is an insult to American readers.
I am an American who has lived abroad for 2 years, so as a result I have missed Harry Potter mania. I have however caught snippets here and there in newspapers and on the internet so when a friend of mine offered to lend me the first book in the series I was quite happy to take a look.
Let me begin by saying that I read Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone, the...
Veröffentlicht am 22. Mai 2000 von Damion Pisacane


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1.0 von 5 Sternen A GREAT BOOK!, 6. November 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1) (Gebundene Ausgabe)
Wondering why I put one star? To get your attention! I love this book. It's one of my all time favorites, and I don't see what people don't like about it. IT'S A FANTASTIC BOOK. It deserves more than 5 stars!
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Mirror of Erised, 29. August 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1) (Gebundene Ausgabe)
I'm going to give pretty much the same review here as I did on the UK's web page (www.amazon.com/uk). I really liked this book, but I thought more people would read my review if I gave it one star. For some reason, on the UK site, the title of this book is "Harry Potter and the PHILOSIPHER'S Stone". I discovered something about this book a few days ago. As you see from my summary, it's about the Mirror of Erised. Engraved on top of the mirror are the words "Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi." Backwards and without spaces it's "ISHOWNOTYOURFACEBUTYOURHEARTSDESIRE", in other words: I-SHOW-NOT-YOUR-FACE-BUT-YOUR-HEARTS-DESIRE. I just wanted to make all of you aware of that.
Also, if you want the third book (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) soon, you can order it at the UK's Amazon web site (again, it's www.amazon.com/uk). They have it out already. But it's not out in America yet.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Behavior modeling: Lying, Weightism, and Rule-breaking, 31. Juli 1999
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Although the premise and storyline of the book are entertaining, the behavior modeled in this book for children is not appropriate or desirable. The repeated use of negativity toward "fat" people is alarming, as this propagates negativity toward overweight people in the children reading this book. At one point, a bumbling warlock tries to turn an unpleasant (and fat) character into a pig. The spell only produces a pig's tail on the boy, and the comment is made that it is because the boy was already so much like a pig that the spell did not work fully. A woman in a painting is referred to as "the fat lady." It seems the author believes it is OK to ridicule heavy people. I can't believe so many people are buying this for their children. Racism would not be tolerated in this manner. TO THE AUTHOR: Wise up! If you are writing for children, you have a responsibility to promote positive values and behaviors. Obviously, you have prejudices and issues with people who do not fit into your preferred weight guidelines. Another issue is the way "following the rules" is denigrated in this book. Harry and his little group of friends repeatedly model behavior of breaking rules, and lying to authority figures to stay out of trouble. One little girl is not well accepted because she wants to follow rules, and later on, is accepted better when she starts lying and rule-breaking with the rest of them. These are not exactly the models of behavior I want my children to follow. I will not be turning this book over to my child to read.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen whole "series" not appropriate for young,schoolage kids, 25. Oktober 1999
Does anyone out there see what negative effects this series of books could have on young, impressionable minds?! My son's 6th grade teacher began reading this book in their "read aloud" time, but has since chosen to stop reading it due to the time constraints of beginning such a long series in her classroom setting. Since reading the cover story of the September 20, 1999 issue of TIME magazine,written by Paul Gray, however, I am glad she has stopped reading it.He stated that "Rowling has been dropping increasingly pointed promises that the four remaining Harry Potter books will turn darker than the first three. 'There will be deaths.'" According to this article, J.K. Rowling delves into issues of sorcery, witchcraft, adolescent (premarital) sexuality and murder which I believe are not appropriate subjects for children as young as 8 or 9 to be reading.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Robbing our childrens innocence, 10. Dezember 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1) (Gebundene Ausgabe)
My 10 year old son informed me that his 5th grade class would be reading this allowed in school during the 4th quarter. This prompted me to get the book and read it. One page has the word "kill" used in a literal sense 6 times. There is a realness, as you can see from other childrens reviews, that comes out in this book. You feel as though you are there. It is very discriptive and well written. However the content is anything but fiction. Witchcraft is and can be real. I also noticed when describing the tone of someone speaking it may say "murdurous" or "dark". So this book may not be as bad as the second but if they read the first and likei it, then you have a fight on your hands if you will not allow the second. Satan always looks and sounds good on the outside but where he is evil prevails.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen I'm 14 years old, 31. Juli 1999
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My basic comment for this book is, "Doesn't ANYBODY notice that these books are glorified horror stories???" A boy younger than me who hears demonic voices; boys and girls who are growing up learning how to perform magic-do we REALLY need this? I've read the entire series, 1-3, each is erier than the next. In the 2nd book-a girl who was MURDERED in the school bathroom by an un-known force haunts a bathroom stall;Another is posessed by evil spirits; A cat is hung mercilessly by it's tail from a light-fixture. In book 3, Harry relives again and again the night that his parents sacrificed themselves for him. He hears his mother screaming, "Please, not Harry! Take me instead!" I am obviously not a teacher or a parent, but I am saddened by the fact that that such a talented writer with such witty humor and spunky charecters is writing about such things as Dementors, creatures who suck the very essence of life from other beings.I realise that the books are presented in a humorous, interesting form that draws you in, thanks to the talented author, but isn't this a pitiful comment on our society, that our favorite books for young children are glorified horror stories?
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Not appropriate for children, 15. November 1999
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I do not understand all the excitement over the Harry Potter books. An easy read? Perhaps. But what of the content? The Sept. 20, 1999 issue of Time magazine states that "JK Rowling delves into issues of sorcery, witchcraft, adolescent (premarital) sexuality and murder." Sounds sort of like the nightly news, doesn't it? Not to mention the blood drinking scene. Yet young children around the world are soaking up every word. What really frightens me is the message of this book...that if you've got problems, look for answers in the occult. Don't be surprised, all you eager, excited parents, when your precious little ones cast off your moral and spiritual beliefs and embrace Harry Potter's.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Poor Character Reference, 21. Dezember 1999
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My son was about to be read this book in class, and I bought the book to see what all the fuss was about, given the concerns many parents have about witchcraft, et al. While the book is clever and witty, I found the fact that deceit at a crucial point is celebrated to be a weakness in the classic "good" vs. "evil" battle. Perhaps more disconcerting is the fact that the occult themes are not dealt with seriously, but in a way that gives the impression that these things are not real and dangerous -- which they are and can be.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Proceed with caution., 26. Oktober 1999
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I was looking for good recent literature to give my precocious 9-year-old nephew. There has been such a brouhaha about Harry Potter I decided to investigate.
Am I the only person who thinks the book's initial chapters--featuring child abuse by Harry's relatives, and beatings by his classmates--are disturbing? I am also concerned that Rowling can do little better than to describe the perpetrators of these deeds as "fat" and "stupid."
My brother and sister-in-law have made a conscientious attempt to raise their children in an atmosphere where courtesy is expected, and violence in the home and on t.v. are not allowed. They would not have approved of this book, and I wouldn't give it to them.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen I actually think that this book deserves 5 stars., 14. November 1999
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I think that this is the best book I have ever read in my life. So what if some of the characters are mean? SOME REAL PEOPLE ARE MEAN, TOO! When I read this book, I thought that there was nothing wrong with it. Until I read the reviews. That made me think about it. BUT I STILL THINK THAT IT IS THE BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ IN MY LIFE! Also, most people are made fun of or someone has been mean to them at school. SO WHAT IS THE POINT OF HIDING IT FROM YOUNGER KIDS?
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