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- By Philip Pullman -

"[Galatea is] a book which I remain fond of...Each time I go over [to the United States] and Iím signing the books which are currently in print, someone comes along with a second-hand copy of Galatea and asks me to sign that. ...I hope itíll come back into print, because it is a book which I remain fond of. I donít know how youíd classify it; but then classifying anything is terribly hard. I donít know whatís fantasy and what isnít fantasy. I suppose sort of magical realist - itís a year or two too early for the magic realist thing, otherwise itíd have ridden that wave, but it didnít."
-Philip Pullman, in an interview with T. Brown in August 2000.

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