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Pullman renames various common objects or ideas of our world with archaic terms or new words of his own. Below are some of these renamings and new words. The first of two short books, Lyra's Oxford takes place two years after the timeline of The Amber Spyglass. A witch who seeks revenge for her son's death in the war against the Authority draws Lyra, now 15, into a trap.
Birds mysteriously rescue her and Pan, and she makes the acquaintance of an alchemist, formerly the witch's lover. After winning his hot-air balloon, Scoresby heads to the North, landing on the Arctic island Novy Odense, where he is pulled into a conflict between the oil tycoon Larsen Manganese, the corrupt mayoral candidate Ivan Poliakov, and his longtime enemy from the Dakota Country, Pierre McConville.
The story tells of Lee and Iorek's first meeting and of how they overcame these enemies. A short story originally released exclusively as an audiobook by Audible in December , narrated by actor Bill Nighy.
The story alludes to the early life of Mrs Coulter and is set in the senior common room of an Oxford college. The first book, La Belle Sauvage , was published on 19 October In August , Pullman said: Once Upon a Time in the North will be a dark blue book. There still remains a green book.
And that will be Will's book. It was first broadcast in , and re-broadcast in both and in , and was and released by the BBC on CD and cassette. Nicholas Hytner directed a theatrical version of the books as a two-part, six-hour performance for London's Royal National Theatre in December , running until March The play was enormously successful and was revived with a different cast and a revised script for a second run between November and April It has since been staged by several other theatres in the UK and elsewhere.
This version toured the UK and included a performance in Pullman's hometown of Oxford. Pullman made a cameo appearance much to the delight of the audience and Oxford media. The production finished up at West Yorkshire Playhouse in June Directed by Chris Weitz , the production had a mixed reception, and though worldwide sales were strong, its U. The filmmakers obscured the explicitly Biblical character of the Authority to avoid offending viewers.
Weitz declared that he would not do the same for the planned sequels. I will not be involved with any 'watering down' of books two and three, since what I have been working towards the whole time in the first film is to be able to deliver on the second and third". Nothing can bring out all that's in the book.
There are always compromises". Coulter, and Daniel Craig as Lord Asriel. Whilst Sam Elliott blamed the Catholic Church's opposition for forcing the cancellation of any adaptations of the rest of the trilogy, The Guardian ' s film critic Stuart Heritage believed poor reviews may have been the real reason.
He said, "It's at an exciting point where we're just … trying to work out what works," and that he wanted to ensure that they were being loyal to the books. It has been set to release in late , but the specific date has not been announced. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For other uses, see His Dark Materials disambiguation. Cover of Scholastic collected edition, Main article: Locations in His Dark Materials. Northern Lights novel. The Subtle Knife. The Amber Spyglass. Characters of His Dark Materials. List of terms. Airships are the dominant form of air travel in Lyra's world, which need to dock at a tower rather than on the land.
A "truth teller", a rare device in Lyra's world which resembles a four-handed pocket watch, it can truthfully answer any possible question asked by a skilled user. From aletheia Ancient Greek: Anbaric , and the prefix anbaro-: Electric or electrical. Both words derive from the electrostatic properties of amber. Research into particle physics. Byanroping or roping: Rubber and possibly also plastic, from the Quechuan word cauchuc or caoutchouc , meaning the sap of the rubber tree.
Celestial geography: Celestial navigation. A scientific laboratory. All scientific enquiry derives from the church and so the language that describes it has religious overtones a chapel is ordinarily a place of religious worship. The head of a scientific laboratory. Sometimes hot chocolate ; other times "a bar of chocolatl" a chocolate bar. From chocolatl , the Nahuatl word for chocolate. Chthonic Railway Station: An underground railway station.
A type of wood used by witches for flying akin to broomsticks in other literature. A synthetic fibre made from coal, was invented as a substitute for natural silk, akin to Nylon.
Coal spirit: Petroleum or other hydrocarbon fuels derived from it.
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The animal embodiment of a human's inner-life. It is pronounced 'demon'. Mysterious cosmic particles that are integral to the plot. Dust is invisible to the human eye, and, unlike ordinary particles, Dust is conscious.
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Experimental theology: Science, especially Physics. An occasionally used Latin word for amber ; see "anbaric" above. A geothermal vent in which the panserbjorne work in metallurgy ; supposedly impenetrable to humans and witches.
Marzipan , "marchpane" is an archaic word for "marzipan". Oil or petroleum as in oil-lamp, rather than naphtha-lamp. A petrochemical like kerosene. A church building. A computer from the same root as ordinateur French and ordenador Spanish. Having to do with the study of the physical laws of the universe i. In our own world, science and physics grew out of - and were, until the 19th century usually referred to as - natural philosophy. A photograph ; more primitive than those in our own world but able to be developed in multiple ways.
In Lyra's world opium use is quite legal and respectable. Oxford dons traditionally take it with wine after dinner. Projecting lantern: A magic lantern used for photograms.
Pullman noted in Northern Lights ' s Lantern Slides addendum that he based the projector in the book on one his grandfather owned.
The name, in our universe, of Dust.
Tobacco Experimental Theologian: A physicist. From "Natural Theology" meaning "science". A highly prized wine in Lyra's world, the name may be an archaic, Anglicised form of tokaji a wine of the Tokaj-Hegyalja region in Hungary . List of renamings of peoples and places. Unless stated otherwise, these words are all capitalised.
Named after the explorer who first set out in the region, Vitus Bering. A phonetically identical re-spelling of Britain. It has echoes of " Brython ", a word for ancient British people and the lands they inhabited. China, taken from the medieval European name for China. This is an old spelling, used prior to the current one, with a "K". Eastern Anglia: East Anglia , the region where John Faa 's gyptians live; in Lyra's Brytain it has remained fenland with the Dutch influence remaining strong.
This name refers to Iceland's volcanoes rather than to its glaciers. German Ocean: The North Sea Groenland: Greenland Gyptians: A boat-dwelling, transient social group in Lyra's world. They live according to their own customs and traditions, outside mainstream society. They are reminiscent of " Gypsies " Roma.
Our word "Gypsy" is derived from the mistaken belief that Gypsies were Egyptian in origin. Lake Enara: Lake Inari , a lake in Northern Finland. From Enare, the Swedish-language name for the lake. The region corresponding in our world to Swedish Lapland and Northern Norway. An East Indian. This is an archaic, English word for a sailor or militiaman from the Indian Subcontinent or thereabouts. Mexico, from the Mexican pronunciation. MP3 Download Download mp3 files for each chapter of this book in one zip file Wikipedia — John Milton.
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