Daemon Voices: On Stories and Storytelling

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David Fickling Books, Nov 2, 2017 - Literary Criticism - 492 pages
Warm, entertaining, and above all thought-provoking, Daemon Voices provides a remarkable insight into the mind of one of our greatest writers. He explains which storytellers have meant the most to him, including William Blake and John Milton, why their work has resonated with him, and how it has inspired his own thinking.In over 30 essays, written over 20 years, Philip Pullman reveals the narratives that have shaped his vision, his experience of writing, and the keys to mastering the art of storytelling.

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About the author (2017)

Philip Pullman was born in Norwich, England in 1946 and grew up in Zimbabwe and Wales. He has won awards including the Carnegie Medal, Guardian Children's Book Award, Astrid Lindgreen Memorial Award, Whitbread Book of the Year, Bookseller Association's Author of the Year and a CBE. His acclaimed fantasy trilogy His Dark Materials has been published in 39 languages, and a BBC drama series based on the novels began airing in autumn 2019.

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