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|On Philip Pullman’s fantastic politics and The Book of Dust
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|Squires C (2017) On Philip Pullman’s fantastic politics and The Book of Dust. The Conversation. 17.02.2017. https://theconversation.com/on-philip-pullmans-fantastic-politics-and-the-book-of-dust-73140
|First paragraph: Millions have been thrilled to hear that His Dark Materials author Philip Pullman is back with the long-awaited follow-up to the infamous trilogy. The Book of Dust had been referred to as early as the publication of The Amber Spyglass in 2000, but at last the first in a new trilogy is confirmed for publication in October. Pre-orders have already propelled the first title to the top of the bestseller lists, and speculation is running riot.
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