CHALLENGE HARRY POTTER
Un an pour tout relire : 3/7
HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN
Comme tout le monde connait l’histoire par coeur, je ne vais pas faire un article standard en racontant mon avis mais bien un petit best-of (comme je l’avais fait pour le tome 1 et pour le tome 2) où je vous montre quels sont mes moments / personnages / lieux / répliques… préférés ! J’essayerai de faire cela pour les 7 tomes dans le cadre du challenge que je propose (à voir ici, vous avez jusqu’au 15 août 2015 pour relire l’intégrale). Dans le présent article, je vous ai réécrit les BEST-citations et extraits car cela en vaut vraiment la peine, surtout en anglais 🙂 Cet article est donc une dédicace et un clin d’oeil pour tous les fans d’HP et du monde de JK Rowling. ENJOY !
PS : Les citations sont en anglais vu que j’ai lu le livre en VO (pour la première fois). Mais je suis sur que même si l’anglais et vous, ça fait deux, vous comprendrez quand même de quoi je vous parle 😉
HERE IS WHY YOU LOVE BOOK 3
« A voice came suddenly out of the shadows, a soft, misty sort of voice.
‘Welcome,’ it said. ‘How nice to see you in the physical world at last.’
Harry’s immediate impression was of a large, glittering insect. Professor Trelawney moved into the firelight, and they saw that she was very thin; her large glasses magnified her eyes to several times their natural size, and she was draped in a gauzy spangled shawl. Innumerable chains and beads hung around her spindly neck, and her arms and hands were encrusted with bangles and rings. »
« I dare not, Headmaster! If I join the table, we shall be thirteen! Nothing could be more unlucky! Never forget that when thirteen dine together, the first to rise will be the first to die!’ ‘We’ll risk it, Sybill,’ said Professor McGonagall impatiently. ‘Do sit down, the turkey’s getting stone cold. »
(qu’on adore détester!)
« Aunt Marge reached for her glass of wine. ‘It’s one of the basic rules of breeding,’ she said. ‘You see it all the time with dogs. If there’s something wrong with the bitch, there’ll be something wrong with the pup –’ At that moment, the wine glass Aunt Marge was holding exploded in her hand. Shards of glass flew in every direction and Aunt Marge spluttered and blinked, her great ruddy face dripping. »
STAN AND THE KNIGHT BUS
« Scary-lookin’ fing, inee?’ said Stan, who had been watching Harry read.
‘He murdered thirteen people?’ said Harry, handing the page back to Stan, ‘with one curse?’
‘Yep,’ said Stan. ‘In front of witnesses an’ all. Broad daylight. Big trouble it caused, dinnit, Ern?’
‘Ar,’ said Ern darkly.
Stan swivelled in his armchair, his hands on the back, the better to look at Harry.
‘Black woz a big supporter of You-Know-’Oo,’ he said.
‘What, Voldemort?’ said Harry, without thinking.
Even Stan’s pimples went white; Ern jerked the steering wheel so hard that a whole farmhouse had to jump aside to avoid the bus.
‘You outta your tree?’ yelped Stan. ‘’Choo say ’is name for?’
‘Sorry,’ said Harry hastily. ‘Sorry, I – I forgot –’
‘Forgot!’ said Stan weakly. ‘Blimey, my ’eart’s goin’ that fast … «
Moment chair de poule
« But Harry will be perfectly safe at Hogwarts.’
‘We thought Azkaban was perfectly safe. If Black can break out of Azkaban, he can break into Hogwarts.’
‘But no one’s really sure that Black’s after Harry –’
There was a thud on wood, and Harry was sure Mr Weasley had banged his fist on the table. »
LES BLABLA’s qui font sourire
« She finally lowered them to say, ‘Sirius Black escaped to come after you? Oh, Harry … you’ll have to be really, really careful. Don’t go looking for trouble, Harry …’
‘I don’t go looking for trouble,’ said Harry, nettled. ‘Trouble usually finds me.’
‘How thick would Harry have to be, to go looking for a nutter who wants to kill him?’ said Ron shakily. »
« I wonder why Professor Lupin’s frightened of crystal balls?’ said Lavender thoughtfully.
‘That was the best Defence Against the Dark Arts lesson we’ve ever had, wasn’t it?’ said Ron excitedly, as they made their way back to the classroom to get their bags.
‘He seems a very good teacher,’ said Hermione approvingly. ‘But I wish I could have had a turn with the Boggart –’
‘What would it have been for you?’ said Ron, sniggering. ‘A piece of homework that only got nine out of ten? »
Finally a good teacher !
The « PERCY moment »
« Harry, Ron and Hermione followed the rest of the Gryffindors along the usual path to Gryffindor Tower, but when they reached the corridor which ended with the portrait of the Fat Lady, they found it jammed with students.
‘Why isn’t anyone going in?’ said Ron curiously.
Harry peered over the heads in front of him. The portrait seemed to be closed.
‘Let me through, please,’ came Percy’s voice, and he came bustling importantly through the crowd. ‘What’s the hold-up here? You can’t all have forgotten the password – excuse me, I’m Head Boy – »
SNAPE AND DUMBLEDORE
« Merry Christmas!’ said Dumbledore, as Harry, Ron and Hermione approached the table. ‘As there are so few of us, it seemed foolish to use the house tables … sit down, sit down!’
Harry, Ron and Hermione sat down side by side at the end of the table.
‘Crackers!’ said Dumbledore enthusiastically, offering the end of a large silver one to Snape, who took it reluctantly and tugged. With a bang like a gunshot, the cracker flew apart to reveal a large, pointed witch’s hat topped with a stuffed vulture.
Harry, remembering the Boggart, caught Ron’s eye and they both grinned; Snape’s mouth thinned and he pushed the hat towards Dumbledore, who swapped it for his wizard’s hat at once. »
« Miss Granger,’ said Snape, in a voice of deadly calm, ‘I was under the impression that I was taking this lesson, not you. And I am telling you all to turn to page three hundred and ninety-four.’ He glanced around again. ‘All of you! Now! »
L’ANIMAL VEDETTE DU TOME
« JORDAN! ARE YOU BEING PAID TO ADVERTISE FIREBOLTS?
GET ON WITH THE COMMENTARY! »
« He hesitated, thinking of running to the hospital wing – and then Professor Trelawney spoke again, in the same harsh voice, quite unlike her own:
‘The Dark Lord lies alone and friendless, abandoned by his followers. His servant has been chained these twelve years. Tonight, before midnight, the servant will break free and set out to rejoin his master. The Dark Lord will rise again with his servant’s aid, greater and more terrible than ever before. Tonight … before midnight … the servant … will set out rejoin … his master …’
Professor Trelawney’s head fell forwards onto her chest. She made a grunting sort of noise. Then, quite suddenly, her head snapped up again. »
The marauder’s map