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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Covers and Title Pages

Notes and links by Steve Vander Ark
Assistant page editor: Trish Drasnin


About the Dedication:

To Neil, Jessica and David,
who make my world magical.

Neil is Dr. Neil Murray, JKR's husband. Jessica and David are her children. Jessica has the singular distinction of being the first person to appear in two of Jo's dedications -- she was mentioned in the dedication of book one.


Original Scholastic cover art:

Original Scholastic cover art (US)

The US cover was painted by Mary GrandPré. It shows Harry in the circular room at the entrance to the Department of Mysteries.

Original Bloomsbury cover art:

The original Bloomsbury cover by Jason Cockroft portrays a phoenix rising from flames. A single gold feather decorates the spine of the book. The battle in the Atrium of the Ministry of Magic appears on the back cover, with the symbol-filled ceiling and the gold statues of the Fountain of Magical Brethren. Harry and Dumbledore are seen amidst waves of water, wands out and ready.

Original Bloomsbury cover art, front (UK)
Original Bloomsbury cover art, back (UK)

Title pages:

Pertinent text from the title pages: [image]

First published in Great Britain in 2003
Copyright © 2003 J.K. Rowling
Cover illustrations by Jason Cockroft © 2003 Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Harry Potter, names, characters and related indicia are
copyright and trademark Warner Bros., 2000 [TM]

The moral right of the author has been asserted

The "WEB LINKmoral right" which Rowling is claiming is part of the European copyright law. It allows Rowling to maintain a level of control over the Harry Potter stories, characters, etc. even though she has sold rights to Warner Bros. and other companies, and is therefore a very good thing for the integrity of the Harry Potter stories. This moral right is not recognized by the United States, although some US copyright law does approximate the moral right clause of the Berne Convention.



Notes copyright 2005 Steve Vander Ark, Michele L. Worley, and the Harry Potter Lexicon
Invaluable assistance with graphics and notes: Trish Drasnin
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