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La Belle Sauvage is the first in a planned trilogy, an "equel
" (according to Pullman) that reprises familiar characters but stands on its own.
Philip Pullman assures his avid band of followers that, La Belle Sauvage is in fact neither - it is an 'equel
It's a curious choice of release, timed to coincide with the celebrated unveiling of La Belle Sauvage, the first part of Pullman's Dark Materials 'equel
', The Book of Dust.
He calls it an 'equel
' - it kicks off 10 years before the events of Northern Lights - and considers it a new story to slot alongside his earlier trilogy.
He describes it as an equel
and it is a gorgeously imagined fantasy as bewitching as its hit predecessors.
Set 10 years before Northern Lights, he describes it as an "equel
", and this gorgeously imagined fantasy is every bit as bewitching as its smash hit predecessors.
During the forty years of our friendship I have never encountered any person of equel
selflessness and readiness to sacrifice all his own concerns to the idea of Islam and its propagation in a world that is so badly in need of spiritual guidance: and it is this personal example that constitutes his most enduring contribution to the hopes of all who, like him, love Islam and work for its realization at this crucial point in the history of man.
C'est la ou resident, a-t-il fait observer, les chances du succes de ce nouveau modele, equel
vise principalement la diversification de l'economie, la reindustrialisation du pays et le renforcement de l'investissement.
The aim of this paper is to modify this result to the case where [ohm] is the rectangle [ohm] := (-a, a) x (-b,b) and f [not equel
LAHORE -- Provincial Minister for Minorities and Human Rights, Khalil Tahir Sandhu has said that people of all religions are enjoying equel
rights in Pakistan, and they are playing their positive role in the progress and development of the country without any discrimination.