A Fascinating Interview With Philip Pullman From 2000

I linked to this interview when Philip Pullman’s book The Amber Spyglass, the concluding chapter in His Dark Materials,was published.

In view of the current discussions about The Golden Compass, it might be worth revisiting. It was published at Third Way.

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    Wow! Thanks for that interview. I haven’t yet read his books, but I plan on reading them.

    This interview “humanized” him for me.


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