Tehran, July 21, IRNA - A group of translators in Iran have been assigned with the task of translating 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' in a matter of few days as the latest and last copy of Harry Potter's series hit the UK markets early Saturday morning in Tehran time.
A bookstore owner Mehran Fayyaz told IRNA here Saturday that the publisher, along with the team of translators, plans to release the top-quality translation of the latest and last of the widely popular book of the young wizard boy, Harry Potter.
Fayyaz declined to name the publisher.
He said many fans of the book flocked a bookstore north of Tehran a few months ago to sign up the waiting list for purchase of the English version of Harry Potter's 608-page book for rls 340,000.
He hoped for a circulation of 200,000 copies of JK Rowling's latest and last widely popular book: `Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'.
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