作 者：(英) J.K.罗琳
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER ONE OWL POST2012-09-14
- Harry Potter was a highly unusual boy in many ways. For one thing, he hated the summer holidays more than any other time of year. For another, he really wanted to do his homework but was forced to do it in secret, in the dead of night. And he also happened to be a wizard.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER TWO AUNT MARGE'S BIG MISTAKE2012-09-14
- Harry sat down between Dudley and Uncle Vernon, a large, beefy man with very little neck and a lot of mustache. Far from wishing Harry a happy birthday, none of the Dursleys made any sign that they had noticed Harry enter the room, but Harry was far too used to this to care.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER THREE THE KNIGHT BUS2012-09-13
- Harry was several streets away before he collapsed onto a low wall in Magnolia Crescent, panting from the effort of dragging his trunk. He sat quite still, anger still surging through him, listening to the frantic thumping of his heart.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER FOUR THE LEAKY CAULDRON2012-09-13
- After breakfast Harry would go out into the backyard, take out his wand, tap the third brick from the left above the trash bit,, and stand back as the archway into Diagon Alley opened in the wall.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER FIVE THE DEMENTOR2012-09-12
- Tom woke Harry the next morning with his usual toothless grin and a cup of tea. Harry got dressed and was just persuading a disgruntled Hedwig to get back into her cage when Ron banged his way into the room, pulling a sweatshirt over his head and looking irritable.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER SIX TALONS AND TEA LEAVES2012-09-12
- When Harry, Ron, and Hermione entered the Great Hall for breakfast the next day, the first thing they saw was Draco Malfoy, who seemed to be entertaining a large group of Slytherins with a very funny story. As they passed, Malfoy did a ridiculous impression of a swooning fit and there was a roar of laughter.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER SEVEN THE BOGGART IN THE WARDROBE2012-09-11
- Malfoy didn't reappear in classes until late on Thursday morning, when the Slytherins and Gryffindors were halfway through double Potions. He swaggered into the dungeon, his right arm covered in bandages and bound up in a sling, acting, in Harry's opinion, as though he were the heroic survivor of some dreadful battle.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER EIGHT FLIGHT OF THE FAT FADY2012-09-11
- In no time at all, Defense Against the Dark Arts had become most people's favorite class. Only Draco Malfoy and his gang of Slytherins had anything bad to say about Professor Lupin.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER NINE GRIM DEFEAT2012-09-07
- Professor Dumbledore sent all the Gryffindors back to the Great Hall, where they were joined ten minutes later by the students from Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin, who all looked extremely confused.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER TEN THE MARAUDER'S MAP2012-09-07
- Madam Pomfrey insisted on keeping Harry in the hospital wing for the rest of the weekend. He didn't argue or complain, but he wouldn't let her throw away the shattered remnants of his Nimbus Two Thousand.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER ELEVEN THE FIREBOLT2012-09-05
- Why had nobody ever told him? Dumbledore, Hagrid, Mr. Weasley, Cornelius Fudge... why hadn't anyone ever mentioned the fact that Harry's parents had died because their best friend had betrayed them?
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER TWELVE THE PATRONUS2012-09-05
- Harry knew that Hermione had meant well, but that didn't stop him from being angry with her. He had been the owner of the best broom in the world for a few short hours, and now, because of her interference, he didn't know whether he would ever see it again.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER THIRTEEN GRYFFINDOR VERSUS RAVENCLAW2012-09-04
- It looked like the end of Ron and Hermione's friendship. Each was so angry with the other that Harry couldn't see how they'd ever make up.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER FOURTEEN SNAPE'S GRUDGE2012-09-04
- No one in Gryffindor Tower slept that night. They knew that the castle was being searched again, and the whole House stayed awake in the common room, waiting to hear whether Black had been caught. Professor McGonagall came back at dawn, to tell them that he had again escaped.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER FIFTEEN THE QUIDDITCH FINAL2012-09-03
- Harry took it. The parchment was damp, and enormous teardrops had smudged the ink so badly in places that it was very difficult to read.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER SIXTEEN PROFESSOR TRELAWNEY'S PREDICTION2012-09-03
- But they couldn't. Exams were nearly upon them, and instead of lazing around outside, the students were forced to remain inside the castle, trying to bully their brains into concentrating while enticing wafts of summer air drifted in through the windows.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER SEVENTEEN CAT, RAT, AND DOG2012-09-01
- Harry's mind had gone blank with shock. The three of them stood transfixed with horror under the Invisibility Cloak. The very last rays of the setting sun were casting a bloody light over the long- shadowed grounds. Then, behind them, they heard a wild howling.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER EIGHTEEN MOONY, WORMTAIL, PADDFOOT, AND PRONGS2012-09-01
- It took a few seconds for the absurdity of this statement to sink in. Then Ron voiced what Harry was thinking.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER NINETEEN THE SERVANT OF LORD VOLDEMORT2012-08-29
- I found this at the base of the Whomping Willow, said Snape, throwing the cloak aside, careful to keep this wand pointing directly at Lupins chest. Very useful, Potter, I thank you....
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER TWENTY THE DEMENTOR'S KISS2012-08-29
- Harry had never been part of a stranger group. Crookshanks led the way down the stairs; Lupin, Pettigrew, and Ron went next, looking like entrants in a six-legged race.
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE HERMIONE'S SECRET2012-08-26
- Shocking business... shocking... miracle none of them died... never heard the like... by thunder, it was lucky you were there, Snape....
- 哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒：CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO OWL POST AGAIN2012-08-26
- They slipped through the doorway behind them and down a tightly spiraling stone staircase. As they reached the bottom of it, they heard voices. They flattened themselves against the wall and listened. It sounded like Fudge and Snape. They were walking quickly along the corridor at the foot of the staircase.