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She must figure out how to use it and tell no one she has it, including Mrs Coulter. Lyra accompanies Mrs Coulter to London hoping to find Roger. Meanwhile, the Gyptians pursue the Gobblers to London.
Tom Hooper [a]. Lyra settles into Mrs Coulter's luxurious London apartment, assured that her benefactress is actively searching for Roger. The Gyptians' attempt to rescue the missing children fails.
At Oxford, the Master of Jordan College denies Lord Boreal, a Consistorial Court priest, access to what is believed to be Stanislaus Grumman's decapitated head, recently found in the north by Asriel.
Boreal travels through a portal to an alternate Oxford. He hires Thomas, a mercenary, to find Grumman. Lyra grows wary of Mrs Coulter's monkey daemon and her close Magisterium ties.
When Lyra is caught eavesdropping on Mrs Coulter and Father MacPhail, Mrs Coulter's daemon attacks Pan. Mrs Coulter inadvertently reveals that Lord Asriel is Lyra's father.
Mrs Coulter secretly visits Roger, Billy, and the other kidnapped children, saying they are going on an adventure to "the North".
Lyra discovers that Mrs Coulter is involved with the General Oblation Board of London GOB. During a party at Mrs Couter's apartment, journalist Adele Starminster confirms to Lyra that the Oblation Board is known as the Gobblers, prompting Lyra and Pan to flee with the alethiometer.
Boreal later crushes Adele's daemon, killing her. Lyra and Pan are captured by a Gobbler. Dawn Shadforth [a]. Tony Costa and Benjamin rescue Lyra from the Gobblers and bring her to the Gyptians' camp.
Lyra accepts their protection, and agrees to help find Roger and the other missing children. Mrs Coulter learns that Lyra has an alethiometer and sends two robotic "spy-flies" to track her.
Boreal crosses back to the alternate world, where Thomas informs him that Grumman is an explorer named John Parry who has a wife and son.
Boreal hires another man to find them. Ma Costa reveals that Mrs Coulter is Lyra's mother. Asriel killed Mrs Coulter's husband when he tried to take revenge for their affair.
Lyra was kept hidden at Jordan College. Lyra helps the Gyptian king, John Faa, to persuade the others to travel North and find the captive children.
Tony and Benjamin raid Mrs Coulter's apartment, finding a list of missing children, including Billy Costa.
The boys are discovered; Tony narrowly escapes but Benjamin is killed. Lyra can intuitively read the alethiometer, which says Benjamin is dead. She is attacked by the spy-flies.
Farder Coram captures one spy-fly, but the other returns to Mrs Coulter, divulging Lyra's location. Texan aeronaut Lee Scoresby and his daemon Hester travel to Trollesund in the Far North seeking Iorek Byrnison, a disgraced armoured bear.
Trollesund's Magisterium citizens stole his armour several years earlier, forcing him to work as an indentured labourer.
Lyra and the Gyptians sail to Trollesund to search for the kidnapped children. Farder Coram contacts his former lover, a witch queen named Serafina Pekkala; her daemon, Kaisa, promises that Serafina will help the Gyptians.
Though the Gyptian elders believe Iorek is untrustworthy, Lyra and Scoresby enlist Iorek's help in finding the children.
With Lyra's assistance, Iorek recovers his armour locked inside a church. Iorek and Scoresby join Lyra and the Gyptians as they travel north.
Meanwhile, a Magisterium priest attempts to replace Mrs Coulter as head of the Gobblers with Father MacPhail. She offers to give Lord Asriel to the Magisterium.
He is being held prisoner by Iofur Raknison, the king of the armoured bears. In exchange, she will continue her experiments and wants the alethiometer to reveal "Who is Lyra Belacqua?
Travelling north, she meets with Iofur, offering him a baptism and induction into the Magisterium in exchange for working with her.
Otto Bathurst [a]. Lyra and the Gyptians travel farther north with Scoresby and Iorek. The alethiometer signals Lyra to go to a nearby fishing village; Faa reluctantly allows her to go after Iorek agrees to take her.
In an alternate world, Will Parry looks after his mentally ill mother, Elaine, while attending high school.
They are stalked by Thomas and Boreal, who are seeking information about Will's father, John Parry. Elaine gives Will his father's letters, explaining his disappearance.
Boreal determines that Parry has been travelling between worlds ever since his disappearance thirteen years earlier; evidence could be found in Will's home.
Farder Coram meets with Serafina Pekkala to discuss the other worlds and a coming war. Lyra and Iorek arrive at the fishing village and find Billy Costa, who has been surgically separated from his daemon.
They return Billy to his family, but he dies soon after. A Samoyed raiding party capture Lyra and bring her to Bolvangar, the Gobblers' base.
Euros Lyn [a]. Lyra, posing as "Lizzie", finds Roger among the captive children at Bolvangar. She learns that the Gobblers are using an experimental procedure called intercision to surgically sever the children from their daemons.
Mrs Coulter visits Bolvangar and discovers Lyra, saving her from undergoing an intercision. Mrs Coulter attempts to persuade Lyra to join her, claiming Dust is the source of sin that affects all adults.
She attempts to get Lyra's alethiometer, but Lyra attacks her with the captured spy-fly. Lyra escapes and destroys the intercision machine and the base's generator.
The children are rescued by the Gyptians, Iorek, Scoresby, and Serafina Pekkala, who kill the scientists and mercenaries, although Mrs Coulter escapes.
The Gyptians return south with the rescued children, while Lyra and Roger travel north with Scoresby and Iorek in the hot-air balloon to reach Lord Asriel on Svalbard.
However, flying bat-like monsters called cliff-ghasts attack them, and Lyra falls from the airship. Meanwhile, Will Parry reads his father's letters as Thomas and another mercenary spy on him.
Jamie Childs [a]. Lyra survives the fall, but is captured by an armoured bear and taken to Iofur Raknison's palace on Svalbard.
She convinces Iofur that she is Iorek's artificial daemon, created by scientists at Bolvangar, and manipulates Iofur into fighting Iorek, with her as the prize.
Iorek defeats and kills Iofur, reclaiming his rightful place as bear king. He reunites Lyra with Roger, and they travel to Asriel's laboratory.
Meanwhile, Mrs Coulter, Father MacPhail, and the Magisterium's soldiers head for Svalbard to find and kill Asriel. Elsewhere, Scoresby and Hester have crash-landed.
Serafina arrives and tells them Lyra needs help. Lyra, Roger and Iorek reach Asriel's laboratory in the Svalbard mountains.
Lyra and Asriel are reunited, though her arrival initially distresses Asriel. Meanwhile, Boreal crosses back to the alternate world and visits Elaine Parry, who resists sharing information about her husband.
Will and Elaine return home after Boreal's mercenary has broken into the house. Will takes his mother to a neighbour's house and returns to retrieve his father's letters.
When Thomas and the Pale-Face Man return, Will kills Thomas in self-defence, then flees. At Svalbard, Lord Asriel informs Lyra about his Dust research and parallel worlds, explaining that the Magisterium fears Dust as the source of human sin.
In the other world, Boreal has the Pale-Faced Man continue searching for Will, and reports him as missing to the police. Later, Asriel takes Roger to a point near the Aurora Borealis , intending to sever his daemon to create a bridge into another world.
Learning Roger is in danger, Lyra, with King Iorek and the armoured bears, pursues him. Mrs Coulter and the Magisterium military arrive in airships and attack Iorek and his bears.
Lyra is unable to save Roger, who is severed from his daemon and killed. His death causes an explosion and creates a bridge to another world.
Mrs Coulter arrives and Asriel fails to persuade her to accompany him and challenge the Authority. Pan tells Lyra he does not believe that Dust is bad as was claimed.
Lyra crosses the bridge. Meanwhile, a fugitive Will discovers a portal into another world. She meets Will Parry, who arrived several days earlier.
Will, having never seen a daemon , is startled by the talking Pan. He and Lyra learn both their worlds have an Oxford and other similarities.
Adults have deserted the city, while some children who were left behind warn of ghostly spectres that absorb the souls of people when they reach adulthood.
The witches prepare for war and task Lee Scoresby with finding Stanislaus Grumman, an explorer who reportedly died in the North.
Aboard a submarine, Mrs Coulter interrogates and tortures a captured witch who partially reveals a prophecy surrounding a child. Mrs Coulter claims to know that witches can travel between the different worlds.
Before the witch reveals the name tied to the prophecy, witch queen Ruta Skadi arrives and kills her and some submarine crew, then wounds Cardinal Sturrock before escaping.
Later, Will has a vision of a knife and heads to the Tower of Angels at the city centre. In Will's world, he visits his mother while Lyra heads to Oxford where she encounters Charles Latrom Lord Boreal.
The alethiometer guides Lyra to Mary Malone, an Oxford physicist researching Dark Matter Dust. Lyra shows Mary the alethiometer, and Mary demonstrates her research that similarly allows computer communication with Dust.
Cardinal Sturrock dies, leaving Father MacPhail a possible successor. Dr Lanselius, the witches' peace envoy, testifies that Ruta Skati's attack was a lone act.
He is then falsely convicted of spying, heresy, and treason. Will meets his paternal grandparents who want his father's letters. Will leaves as they are calling to report him to police.
Mary connects Lyra to her computer. The particles form screen images that Lyra interprets. Lyra tells Will the alethiometer told her to help him.
Mrs Coulter urges McPhail to take a bold action to increase his chances of being elected Cardinal.
MacPhail then bombs the witches' territories. Thorold, Asriel's jailed assistant, tells Mrs Coulter that Asriel had intended to sacrifice Lyra to open up the other world, but instead used Roger.
When MacPhail is chosen Cardinal, Mrs Coulter threatens blackmail to ensure his continued cooperation. Jack Thorne and Sarah Quintrell.
The witches vow retribution for their destroyed lands. A mysterious figure whispers for Lee Scoresby to "return.
Outside, Charles Latrom Boreal offers Lyra a lift. After exiting his car, she discovers the alethiometer missing from her backpack. Scoresby finds his balloon has inexplicably flown to Yenisei.
Dr Haley, an astronomy scholar there, confirms Grumman is alive and declares him a heretic. Haley, a Magisterium agent, attempts to shoot Scoresby, who is arrested after killing Haley in self-defence.
Mrs Coulter arrives in Yenisei and discovers Scoresby jailed there. He conceals Lyra's whereabouts, but Mrs Coulter later frees him, knowing he will protect Lyra.
Mary attempts to communicate with Dust. Serefina Pekkala's daemon, Kaisa, and Iorek discuss Lyra and the prophecy. A narrator recounts the Subtle Knife's origins and why spectres were unleashed.
Scoresby finds Will's father, John Parry, now a shaman known as Jopari, who confirms he is Grumman. Mary rejects Boreal's offer to fund her and Oliver's research.
A youth named Tullio has just attacked him and stolen the knife. Will recovers the knife, but his right-hand little finger and ring finger are partially severed during the struggle; Paradisi proclaims Will is now the knife bearer and shows how to cut portals between worlds.
After Lyra and Will depart with the knife, Paradisi, no longer protected, fatally poisons himself to thwart the spectres. Tullio's soul is consumed by spectres.
La Belle Sauvage , the first book in a new trilogy titled The Book of Dust , was published on 19 October ; the second book of the new trilogy, The Secret Commonwealth , was published in October Both are set in the same universe as Northern Lights.
The trilogy takes place across a multiverse , moving between many parallel worlds. In Northern Lights , the story takes place in a world with some similarities to our own: dress-style resembles that of the UK's Edwardian era ; the technology does not include cars or fixed-wing aircraft, but zeppelins feature as a mode of transport.
The dominant religion has parallels with Christianity. In The Amber Spyglass , all those and several other parallel worlds appear.
The title of the series comes from 17th-century poet John Milton 's Paradise Lost : . Into this wilde Abyss, The Womb of nature and perhaps her Grave, Of neither Sea, nor Shore, nor Air, nor Fire, But all these in their pregnant causes mixt Confus'dly, and which thus must ever fight, Unless th' Almighty Maker them ordain His dark materials to create more Worlds, Into this wilde Abyss the warie fiend Stood on the brink of Hell and look'd a while, Pondering his Voyage; for no narrow frith He had to cross.
Pullman chose this particular phrase from Milton because it echoed the dark matter of astrophysics. Pullman earlier proposed to name the series The Golden Compasses , also a reference to Paradise Lost ,  where they denote God's circle-drawing instrument used to establish and set the bounds of all creation :.
Then staid the fervid wheels, and in his hand He took the golden compasses , prepared In God's eternal store, to circumscribe This universe, and all created things: One foot he centred, and the other turned Round through the vast profundity obscure Despite the confusion with the other common meaning of compass the navigational instrument , The Golden Compass became the title of the American edition of Northern Lights the book features an " alethiometer ", a rare truth-telling device that one might describe as a "golden compass".
She warns Asriel, then spies on his lecture about Dust , mysterious elementary particles. Lyra's friend Roger is kidnapped by child abductors known as the "Gobblers.
The Master secretly entrusts Lyra with an alethiometer, a truth-telling device. Lyra discovers that Mrs Coulter is the leader of the Gobblers, and that it is a project secretly funded by the Church.
Lyra flees to the Gyptians , canal -faring nomads , whose children have also been abducted. They reveal to Lyra that Asriel and Mrs Coulter are actually her parents.
The Gyptians form an expedition to the Arctic with Lyra to rescue the children. Lyra recruits Iorek Byrnison , an armoured bear , and his human aeronaut friend, Lee Scoresby.
She also learns that Lord Asriel has been exiled, guarded by the bears on Svalbard. Lyra is captured and taken to Bolvangar, where she is reunited with Roger.
Mrs Coulter tells Lyra that the intercision prevents the onset of troubling adult emotions. Lyra and the children are rescued by Scoresby, Iorek, the Gyptians, and Serafina Pekkala 's flying witch clan.
She tricks Iofur into fighting Iorek, who arrives with the others to rescue Lyra. Iorek kills Iofur and takes his place as the rightful king.
Lyra, Iorek, and Roger travel to Svalbard, where Asriel has continued his Dust research in exile. He tells Lyra that the Church believes Dust is the basis of sin , and plans to visit the other universes and destroy its source.
Lyra resolves to stop Asriel and discover the source of Dust for herself. Here Lyra meets and befriends Will Parry , a twelve-year-old boy from our world's Oxford.
Venturing into Will's our world, Lyra meets Dr. Mary Malone, a physicist who is researching dark matter , which is analogous to Dust in Lyra's world.
Lyra encourages Dr. Lyra's alethiometer is stolen by Lord Boreal alias Sir Charles Latrom, an ally of Mrs Coulter who has found a way to Will's Oxford and established a home there.
One edge of the knife can divide subatomic particles and form subtle divisions in space, creating portals between worlds; the other edge easily cuts through any form of matter.
Using the knife's portal-creating powers, Will and Lyra are able to retrieve her alethiometer from Latrom's mansion in Will's world.
Meanwhile, in Lyra's world, Lee Scoresby seeks out the Arctic explorer Stanislaus Grumman, who years before entered Lyra's world through a portal in Alaska.
Scoresby finds him living as a shaman under the name Jopari and he turns out to be Will's father, John Parry. In that world, Scoresby dies defending Parry from the forces of the Church, while Parry succeeds in reuniting with his son moments before being murdered by Juta Kamainen, a witch whose love John had once rejected.
After his father's death, Will discovers that Lyra has been kidnapped by Mrs Coulter, and he is approached by two angels requesting his aid.
At the beginning of The Amber Spyglass Lyra has been kidnapped by her mother, Mrs Coulter , an agent of the Magisterium who has learned of the prophecy identifying Lyra as the next Eve.
A pair of angels, Balthamos and Baruch, tell Will that he must travel with them to give the Subtle Knife to Lyra's father, Lord Asriel , as a weapon against The Authority.
Will ignores the angels; with the help of a local girl named Ama, the Bear King Iorek Byrnison , and Lord Asriel 's Gallivespian spies, the Chevalier Tialys and the Lady Salmakia , he rescues Lyra from the cave where her mother has hidden her from the Magisterium, which has become determined to kill her before she yields to temptation and sin like the original Eve.
Mary Malone , a scientist from Will's world interested in "shadows" or Dust in Lyra's world , travels to a land populated by strange sentient creatures called Mulefa.
There she comes to understand the true nature of Dust, which is both created by and nourishes life which has become self-aware.
Lord Asriel and the reformed Mrs Coulter work to destroy the Authority's Regent Metatron. They succeed, but themselves suffer annihilation in the process by pulling Metatron into the abyss.
The Authority himself dies of his own frailty when Will and Lyra free him from the crystal prison wherein Metatron had trapped him, able to do so because an attack by cliff-ghasts kills or drives away the prison's protectors.
The book ends with Will and Lyra falling in love but realising they cannot live together in the same world, because all windows — except one from the underworld to the world of the Mulefa — must be closed to prevent the loss of Dust, because with every window opening, a Spectre would be created and that means Will must never use the knife again.
They must also be apart because both of them can only live full lives in their native worlds. Lyra loses her ability to intuitively read the alethiometer and determines to learn how to use her conscious mind to achieve the same effect.
It is the physical manifestation of a person's 'inner being', soul or spirit. It takes the form of a creature moth, bird, dog, monkey, snake, etc.
An armoured bear's armour is his soul. Pullman has identified three major literary influences on His Dark Materials : the essay On the Marionette Theatre by Heinrich von Kleist ,  the works of William Blake , and, most important, John Milton 's Paradise Lost , from which the trilogy derives its title.
Critics have compared the trilogy with The Chronicles of Narnia , by C. Pullman however has characterised the Narnia series as "blatantly racist", "monumentally disparaging of women", "immoral", and "evil".
The first volume, Northern Lights , won the Carnegie Medal for children's fiction in the UK in In June it was voted, in an online poll, as the best Carnegie Medal winner in the seventy-year history of the award, the Carnegie of Carnegies.
The trilogy came third in the BBC 's Big Read , a national poll of viewers' favourite books, after The Lord of the Rings and Pride and Prejudice.
On 19 May , Pullman attended the British Library in London to receive formal congratulations for his work from culture secretary Tessa Jowell "on behalf of the government".
In , The Observer cites Northern Lights as one of the best novels. His Dark Materials has occasioned controversy, primarily amongst some Christian groups.
Cynthia Grenier, in the Catholic Culture , said: "In the world of Pullman, God Himself the Authority is a merciless tyrant. His Church is an instrument of oppression, and true heroism consists of overthrowing both".
Donohue of the Catholic League has described Pullman's trilogy as "atheism for kids". In a November interview, Pullman was asked to respond to the Catholic Herald calling his books "the stuff of nightmares" and "worthy of the bonfire".
He replied: "My response to that was to ask the publishers to print it in the next book, which they did!
I think it's comical, it's just laughable". Pullman expressed surprise over what he considered to be a relatively low level of criticism for His Dark Materials on religious grounds, saying "I've been surprised by how little criticism I've got.
Harry Potter's been taking all the flak Meanwhile, I've been flying under the radar, saying things that are far more subversive than anything poor old Harry has said.
My books are about killing God". Pullman found support from some other Christians, most notably from Rowan Williams , the former archbishop of Canterbury spiritual head of the Anglican Communion , who argued that Pullman's attacks focus on the constraints and dangers of dogmatism and the use of religion to oppress , not on Christianity itself.
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.
This novella serves as a prequel to His Dark Materials and focuses on the Texan aeronaut Lee Scoresby as a young man. 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 refers to the early life of Mrs Coulter and is set in the senior common room of an Oxford college. The Book of Dust is a second trilogy of novels set before, during and after His Dark Materials.
The first book, La Belle Sauvage , was published on 19 October A novella that was released in October Set after the events of The Amber Spyglass and before The Secret Commonwealth , Lyra and Pantalaimon journey back to the far North to meet with the Consul of Witches.
BBC Radio 4 broadcast a radio play adaptation of His Dark Materials in 3 episodes, each lasting 2. It was first broadcast in , and re-broadcast in both and in , and was and released by the BBC on CD and cassette.
Cast included Terence Stamp as Lord Asriel and Lulu Popplewell as Lyra. 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.
A new production was staged at Birmingham Repertory Theatre in March and April , directed by Rachel Kavanaugh and Sarah Esdaile and starring Amy McAllister as Lyra.
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.His Dark Materials (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. His Dark Materials is a fantasy series by Philip Pullman, consisting of a trilogy of novels and three companion books. The trilogy has also been published as a single-volume omnibus in the United Kingdom and North America, titled His Dark Materials. His Dark Materials: À la croisée des mondes est une série TV de Jack Thorne avec Dafne Keen (Lyra Silvertongue), Dafne Keen (Lyra Belacqua). Retrouvez tous les 4/5(K).