martes, julio 17, 2007

¿Desenlace de Harry Potter en Internet?






Informa el Pais.com sobre la circulación del final de Harry Potter en Internet:







“La última obra de J.K. Rowling, que saldrá a la venta el sábado, está custodiada para que nadie descubra el final de la historia del aprendiz de mago.
Las imágenes muestran el libro sobre una alfombra, y aunque algunas partes del texto no pueden leerse por completo, el desenlace es totalemente legible.
La editorial de la obra en Estados Unidos, Scholastic, ha quitado importancia a las fotografías y ha señalado que las tres versiones que han circulado por la red "parecen bastante convincentes".
Scholastic ha pedido a Photobucket.com los materiales referentes a la séptima entrega de Harry Potter que según ellos "podría violar los derechos de autor del libro". Asimismo, una copia de la obra fue colgada en gaiaonline.com, pero fue retirada por los responsables del site.”
El País.com






Definitivamente, Harry Potter está que me vuelve “sicko”. Una novela para niños ha ido, paulatinamente, cambiando y poniéndose más seria a medida que el personaje iba creciendo de modo que luego fue una novela para adolescentes.




Sería bueno, en último caso, que Harry Potter muriera antes de que se convierta en una novela sólo para adultos (xxx).




Roberto Pável
Jáuregui Zavaleta







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Xevi dijo...

Coinciding with the opening of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the world-wide Internet debut of Èric and the Army of the Phoenix (Èric i l'Exèrcit del Fènix). Subtitled in English, "Èric and the Army of the Phoenix" documents the odyssey of 14-year-old Èric Bertran, unfairly accused of terrorism. Èric has since been popularly dubbed the "Catalan Harry Potter".

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3666585673568780060

Èric and the Army of the Phoenix documents the truth and the personal consequences -and the politics at play- in the case of Èric Bertran, a boy from Lloret de Mar, a town some 75 km north of Barcelona (Catalonia). When he e-mailed a grocery chain to demand they label their products in Catalan, the language of Catalonia, 14-year-old Èric and his family were subjected to the midnight invasion of their home by thirty police officers bearing a search warrant from the Spanish government. The accusation: terrorism. A big fan of the "Harry Potter" series, Èric created a website that he called Army of the Phoenix, inspired by the famous J.K. Rowling stories, signing his e-mails with the name from his website. Even though they knew full well that the website belonged to a 14-year-old, from that point on, the Spanish authorities insisted on accusing Èric of being a member of an army of terrorists. His family has since taken legal action against the government of Spain for moral and psychological harassment of a minor, taking their case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasburg and to the United Nations' International Court of Justice.

Èric Bertran and his brother Àdam tell their story in this documentary by Xevi Mató, with English subtitles by Heather Hayes. The film features statements by author Víctor Alexandre, who supervised the book about the case. Alexandre himself has also written an entertaining and controversial play about the incident, which débuted in Barcelona in 2007. Also featured in the film are contributions by Member of Parliament Joan Puig, who defended Èric before the Spanish assembly, and by Èric's attorney Emili Colmenero, who explains how the Spanish justice system connected a child to an Al Qaeda cell.

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