New, long interview with Philip Pullman

tegeus-Cromis

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It's frustrating, though, that while they ask him about the decor of the room he's in, he never mentions the piano or the three ukuleles proudly displayed stop what looks like a clavichord (or maybe a virginal?).
 

BAYLOR

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I was not happy with way he ended his trilogy and this turned me off to him. But I may reconsider .
 
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