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  1. The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ (Myths) by Philip Pullman, 2010-05-04
  2. His Dark Materials Trilogy (The Golden Compass; The Subtle Knife; The Amber Spyglass) by Philip Pullman, 2007-08-28
  3. Once Upon a Time in the North: His Dark Materials (David Fickling Books) by Philip Pullman, 2008-04-08
  4. The Ruby in the Smoke: A Sally Lockhart Mystery by Philip Pullman, 2008-09-09
  5. Lyra's Oxford by Philip Pullman, 2007-09-25
  6. Aladdin And The Enchanted Lamp by Philip Pullman, 2005-04-01
  7. Northern Lights by Philip Pullman, 1995-01
  8. The Science of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials by Mary Gribbin, John Gribbin, 2007-07-10
  9. Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials: A Multiple Allegory: Attacking Religious Superstition in the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Paradise Lost by Leonard F. Wheat, 2007-09-30
  11. The Golden Compass, Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition (His Dark Materials, Book 1)(Rough-cut) by Philip Pullman, 2006-10-24
  12. LA DAGA (Luces del Norte) (Spanish Edition) by Philip Pullman, 2007-09-24
  13. The Subtle Knife, Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition (His Dark Materials, Book 2)(Rough-cut) by Philip Pullman, 2007-08-28
  14. Whodunit?: Utterly Baffling Detective Stories by Philip Pullman, 2007-11-15

1. His Dark Materials | Philip Pullman
Philip Pullman was born in Norwich on 19th October 1946. The BluTackplays a big part in Philip Pullman's writing process. With
"Stories are the most important thing in the world. Without stories, we wouldn't be human beings at all." Philip Pullman was born in Norwich on 19th October 1946. The early part of his life was spent travelling all over the world, because his father and then his stepfather were both in the Royal Air Force. He spent part of his childhood in Australia, where he first met the wonders of comics, and grew to love Superman and Batman in particular. From the age of 11, he lived in North Wales, having moved back to Britain. It was a time when children were allowed to roam anywhere, to play in the streets, to wander over the hills, and he took full advantage of it. His English teacher, Miss Enid Jones, was a big influence on him, and he still sends her copies of his books. After he left school he went to Exeter College, Oxford, to read English. He did a number of odd jobs for a while, and then moved back to Oxford to become a teacher. He taught at various middle schools for twelve years, and then moved to Westminster College, Oxford, to be a part-time lecturer. He taught courses on the Victorian novel and on the folk tale, and also a course examining how words and pictures fit together. He eventually left teaching in order to write full-time. His first published novel was for adults, but he began writing for children when he was a teacher. Some of his novels were based on plays he wrote for his school pupils, such as

2. Interviews - Philip Pullman
Interview with the author.Category Arts Literature Authors P Pullman, Philip......Philip Pullman Reaches the Garden Dave Weich, I read Pullman's Icalled Philip Pullman on August 31, 2000. Despite the fact
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, I read Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy back-to-back-to-back in the weeks preceding this conversation. By the time I'd reached the middle of the first book, The Golden Compass , I was content to exist half in my own world and half in Philip Pullman 's. It seemed appropriate, if somewhat perplexing to casual acquaintances. Extending my arm in front of my body, holding an imaginary sharp instrument in my hand, I would show whomever would tolerate me how Will used the subtle knife to cut into other worlds. "Will says it feels like stitches he's cutting," I explained again and again. "He says he can tell from the feel of each stitch against the blade which world he's about to enter." Even as I started The Amber Spyglass , I knew I was living on borrowed time. Each sitting with the manuscript pushed my bookmark closer to its final pages and I began to recognize the bittersweet sadness of a wonder passing. Volume Three is the most ambitious installment of the series, shifting from one world to another as storylines converge. Oxford and Cittagazze, the world of the dead... soon enough, these worlds would close to me - it felt that way, as if they were slipping away. I hoarded the last chapters of Pullman's magical creation like a sleeper stirring, grasping at the hems of a dream.

3. ACHUKA - Philip Pullman
An interview with the author.Category Arts Literature Authors P Pullman, Philip......Philip Pullman. 1 Your name is one of 20 on the longlist for Children's Laureate. Thehardbacks, with cover designs referred to by Philip Pullman, are above.
Philip Pullman
1 Your name is one of 20 on the longlist for Children's Laureate. Do we take it that this means you are happy for your name to go forward to the shortlisting stage and that you feel positively about the envisaged role of a Children's Laureate?
2 Your outspokenness about C. S. Lewis and the Narnia books, first aired at a conference in Cambridge during August, and more recently printed in a prominent article in The Guardian, took the children's books world aback. Do you feel, in general, there is insufficient astringency in chidlren's books commentary and criticism?
3 Did you read the Narnia books when you were a boy, and if so were you as uneasy about them then as you are now?
No, I didn't read the whole of Narnia as a boy: I read The Voyage of the Dawn Treader , and felt slightly queasy, as if I were being pressured to agree to something I wasn't sure of. Now I can see what that was, and why I felt odd. Reading the whole sequence for the first time as an adult, I was angered and nauseated by the sneakiness of that powerful seductive narrative voice, that favourite-uncle stance, assuming my assent to his sneering attitude to anything remotely progressive in social terms, or to people with brown faces, or to children who don't seem like his own favourites. No-one has expressed this better than John Goldthwaite, in his marvellous A Natural History of Make-Believe (OUP, 1996), when he compares Lewis to that sort of teacher who seeks to curry favour with the bullies in his class by mocking the children they would be picking on anyway: the "little girls with fat legs" in

4. ACHUKA - Children's Books UK - Philip Pullman
Special Guest 18 ~ Philip pullman philip Pullman was born in Norwich in 1946, and educated at Ysgol Ardudwy, Harlech, Gwynedd, then at Oxford University.
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Biographical Sketch
Philip Pullman was born in Norwich in 1946, and educated at Ysgol Ardudwy, Harlech, Gwynedd, then at Oxford University. Having taught at middle school level for several years, he worked from 1988-96 as a part-time Senior Lecturer in English at Westminster College, Oxford, teaching courses in The Victorian Novel, The Traditional Tale, and Creative Writing. He has written and lectured widely on various aspects of the relationship between text and images. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Centre for the Children's Book and was a member of the judging panel for the Guardian Children's Book Award for 1994 and 1996, and also of the panel of judges for the Betty Trask Award, 1997. The quality of Pullman's work has been recognized in the following Awards:
  • The Ruby in the Smoke won the International Reading Association Children's Book Award; the Preis der Leseratten, German TV and the Lancashire Libraries Children's Book Award, all in 1988
  • Shadow in the North was shortlisted for the Edgar Allan Poe Award by the Mystery Writers of America
  • The Tiger in the Well was shortlisted for Guardian Children's Book Award in 1992
  • Northern Lights won the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, the Carnegie Medal, and was selected as Children's Book of the Year in the British Book Awards, all in 1996

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6. - Philip Pullman
Philip Pullman. BIO. A graduate INTERVIEW. December 12, 2001 A master ofmany genres, Philip Pullman is at the forefront of fiction. His latest

Interview - 12/12/01

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Philip Pullman BIO A graduate of Oxford University with a degree in English, Philip Pullman spent part of his youth living in Australia, where he loved listening to serials on the radio and reading SUPERMAN and BATMAN comic books. Pullman has been telling stories since he discovered them as a child and is the author of many acclaimed novels, plays, and picture books for readers of all ages. He now lives in Oxford, England, with his wife and two children, and spends his time writing in a shed in the garden behind his home. A recent recipient of the highest award given for children's literature in England, he was awarded the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Fiction Award for THE GOLDEN COMPASS, the first book of the “His Dark Materials” trilogy. INTERVIEW December 12, 2001

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10. Pullman Philip, Thomas J. The Tiger In The Well (Sally Lockhart Trilogy, Book 3)
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16. Philip Pullman, Writer Of Stories
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Philip Pullman, Writer of Stories
By Mary Shackelford Tise
12 October 1998 “We don’t need lists of rights and wrongs, tables of do’s and don’ts: we need books, time, and silence. Thou shalt not is soon forgotten, but Once upon a time lasts forever.”
Philip Pullman
Philip Pullman is a contemporary British author of children’s books. He has been a teacher, storyteller and writer, but he is careful to describe his occupation as a “writer of stories”. His writings and speeches all reflect his passionate appreciation for the power of a good story. He elaborates on his view of the writer’s craft in an autobiographical essay included as part of a website created and maintained by his publisher in the United States (Alfred A. Knopf): “I was sure that I was going to write stories myself when I grew up. It’s important to put it like that: not ‘I am a writer,’ but rather ‘I write stories.’ If you put the emphasis on yourself rather than your work, you’re in danger of thinking that you’re the most important thing. But you’re not. The story is what matters, and you’re only the servant, and your job is to get it out on time and in good order.” ( Pullman , N.D.)

17. His Dark Materials
material is available in all three books The Golden Compass and The Subtle Knifefeature blackand-white chapter-opening art by philip pullman himself; The
Now, for the first time, HIS DARK MATERIALS Trilogy is available in a Trade Paperback Edition. New material is available in all three books: The Golden Compass and The Subtle Knife feature black-and-white chapter-opening art by Philip Pullman himself; The Amber Spyglass features chapter-opening quotes from the likes of Milton, Donne, Blake, Byron and the Bible, which did not appear in hardcover.
In The Golden Compass , young Lyra Belacqua journeys to the far North to save her best friend and other kidnapped children from terrible experiments by evil scientists In The Subtle Knife In The Amber Spyglass , Lyra and Will are in unspeakable danger. With help from Iorek Byrnison the armored bear and two tiny Gallivespian spies, they must journey to a dank and gray-lit world where no living soul has ever gone. All the while, Dr. Mary Malone builds a magnificent amber spyglass. An assassin hunts her down. And Lord Asriel, with troops of shining angels, fights his mighty rebellion, a battle of strange allies -and shocking sacrifice. As war rages and Dust drains from the sky, the fate of the living - and the dead -finally comes to depend on two children and the simple truth of one simple story. The Amber Spyglass reveals that story, bringing Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials to an astonishing conclusion.

18. A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
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19. Philip Pullman: "Das Magische Messer"
Buchbesprechung im FlashZine.
Philip Pullman:
"Das magische Messer"
(Zweiter Band der Trilogie)
OT: His Dark Materials 2: The Subtle Knife
GB 1997
(335 Seiten, Taschenbuch, Heyne 01/10965, ISBN 3-453-15227-1, DM 14,90)
- erstmals auf Deutsch erschienen: 1997 als Hardcover bei Carlsen -
- erschienen: September 1999 - Zum Inhalt:
Nach " " (Rezension in Flash Nr. 39) liegt mit "Das magische Messer" nun endlich der zweite Band von Pullmans Trilogie bei Heyne als Taschenbuch vor.
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20. Fantasy
F¶rlagets sida om f¶rfattaren och hans b¶cker, inklusive ett provkapitel ur Guldkompassen i PDFformat.
Nu har tredje delen av Den mörka materian utkommit, romansviten som berättar om barnen Lyra och Will och deras äventyr i tre parallella världar. När Bärnstenskikaren släpptes i USA hösten 2000 trycktes den omedelbart i flera hundratusen exemplar och sammanlagt har hans böcker sålt i över en miljon exemplar i England och USA. Nu finns Bärnstenskikaren med bland de nominerade till Bookerpriset. Enligt den engelska tidskriften Bookseller är det första gången som en roman skriven för barn- och ungdomar, om än med en stor vuxen läsekrets, har nominerats till detta pris. Philip Pullman har tidigare bland annat belönats med the Carnegie Medal för sin berättarkonst och år 2000 tilldelades han priset för bästa barnbok (British Book Award) för Bärnstenskikaren. Trilogin Den mörka materian är en verklig "allåldersberättelse". Barnet så väl som den vuxne hittar sin nivå och båda blir lika överväldigade av sagans kraft. Det är en saga av isländska dimensioner och allt kan hända. Karin Lundwall och Lisa Sjöblom hade lyckan att få intervjua författaren vid hans sverigebesök under Fantasyfestivalen 2000 och fantasysajtens läsare kan här få ta del av intervjun.

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