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Imagine - Philip Pullman: Angels and Daemons
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Appealing to both adults and children alike, Philip Pullman's books have sold more than 20 million copies and been translated into 40 languages, with his recent novel La Belle Sauvage becoming an instant best-seller. Alan Yentob spends time with the author in Oxford, discovering how the former teacher became an acclaimed author of fantasy fiction - and an outspoken critic of organised religion.
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