In dieser Folge sprechen wir über His Dark Materials von Philip PullmanIn dieser Folge sprechen wir über die Romanreihe His Dark Materials.Wir reden nicht im Detail über die einzelnen Bücher, sondern über die Themen der Reihe und unsere Eindrücke. Wir sprechen über den religiösen Grundton der Trilogie, die antiklerikalen Haltung des Autors, die BBC Verfilmung und vieles mehr. Viel Spaß beim Zuhören und wir würden uns über Feedback sehr freuen und folgt uns auf den unten angegebenen Plattformen. Und wenn Euch unser Podcast gefällt, dann würden wir uns über 5 Sterne bei Apple Podcast und Spotify freuen. Links zu den besprochenen Büchern: His Dark Materials Wikipedia Carlsen Verlag Social Media Infos: Twitter: leseschwaeche (@leseschwaeche) / Twitter Instagram: leseschwaeche (@leseschwaeche) / Instagram Podcast: Der Leseschwäche Podcast (podigee.io) Goodreads: Liste mit allen Büchern die im Podcast besprochen wurden Alex Frank
Welcome back, Literary Slummers, to the final Material Monday episode of Shelf Aware! Will and Lyra travel to the Land of the Dead, accidentally kill God, and save the worlds, all while following our favorite rule of combat: JUST BE KNIVES.Join us next week for the final book in our listener slubmitted grabbag unit! And don't forget to check out our 2022 reading challenge on our Twitter or Storygraph.Twitter: @shelfawarecast, @amdeebee, @emnotelizaInstagram: @shelfawarecastEmail: shelfawarecast @ gmailBen Cope: youtube.com/user/fretwiz
Welcome back, Literary Slummers, to another Material Monday! We're continuing our unit with the second book in the His Dark Material series with The Subtle Knife, a knife that is maybe not subtle at all, but actually super obvious? Also, definitely only has the one blade. Join us next week for the last book in Anna's unit on movie novelizations! And as always, don't forget to check out our 2022 reading challenge on our Twitter or Storygraph. Twitter: @shelfawarecast, @amdeebee, @emnotelizaInstagram: @shelfawarecastEmail: shelfawarecast @ gmail
Welcome back, Literary Slummers, to a Material Monday episode of Shelf Aware! This week, we're starting our brand new mini-series on Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials, a YA fantasy series with demons, armored bears with opposable thumbs, and a truth-telling compass. Join us next week for the next book in our grabbag listener slubmitted unit, and make sure to check out our 2022 reading challenge on our Twitter or Storygraph!Twitter: @shelfawarecast, @amdeebee, @emnotelizaInstagram: @shelfawarecastEmail: shelfawarecast @ gmail
Philip Pullman Meets Iain McGilchrist - The Meaning of Life
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Philip Pullman’s novels are a testament to the power of the human imagination and a celebration of our capacity for wonder, proving to millions of readers across the globe that enchantment still has a profound role to play in our age of reason.It is an ethos shared by the neuroscientist Iain McGilchrist, whose book The Master and His Emissary was that rare thing: a bestselling classic of modern philosophy with genuine relevance to human life.In this podcast, the two men will come together to explore The Matter With Things, McGilchrist’s ground-breaking sequel to The Master and His Emissary and the culmination of a lifetime of thought.How does the brain produce our experience of the world? What role do science, reason, and imagination play in the search for truth – and how much should we trust each of these paths to knowledge? On this week's show you'll hear new answers to these ancient questions - and many more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Golden Compass, His Dark Materials, and Philip Pullman's Legacy of Wonder
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Alex Cortright is a writer with a love for learning and discussing story, especially sci-fi and fantasy!Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/939238Blog: https://alexcortright.wordpress.com/Instagram: @AlexCRightIn this video, I tried to make sense of my thoughts surrounding the 2007 Golden Compass film directed by Chris Weitz and the His Dark Materials HBO series. I took a trip down memory lane along the way to delve deeper into Philip Pullman, The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass as well to tie it all together into a somewhat large piece I hope you all enjoy!
Episode Notes We review the classic fantasy trilogy by Philip Pullman. All three audiobooks were advance review copies provided by Penguin Random House. This is our longest episode to date. The His Dark Materials Trilogy is one of Poppy's favourites as mentioned in our pilot episode. With a review this long our discussion of The Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife, and, The Amber Spyglass covers does contain spoilers! HisDarkMaterials If you have any comments about the episode, have any recommendations or would just like to get in touch our email is: email@example.com. Our next book is True Crime Story by Joseph Knox Support Audiobookish by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/audiobookish Find out more at https://audiobookish.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-8a93af for 40% off for 4 months, and support Audiobookish.
#307: The Subtle Art of Traveling Between Worlds // The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman
Jess and Kendyl discuss The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman, the introduction of other words and characters, and the religious symbolism. Question of the Week: Do you trust the alethiometer/the shadow particles? Follow us! adaptationpodcast.com instagram.com/adaptationpodcast facebook.com/AdaptationPodcast twitter.com/AdaptationCast adaptationpodcast.tumblr.com youtube.com/adaptationpodcast
#6: Philip Pullman - His Dark Materials author on science, consciousness, and daemons
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Philip Pullman had been writing books for years before he became a global sensation with the His Dark Materials trilogy. The story of two children crossing into parallel worlds in a quest to understand the nature of reality and humanity, the novels draw on fantasy as well as theology, physics and neuroscience, and are strongly influenced by the work of William Blake and John Milton. He is following up the trilogy with three more books, the second of which, The Secret Commonwealth, was published in 2019. New Scientist’s Rowan Hooper met with Pullman at his home in Oxford. https://www.newscientist.com/podcasts Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.