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"Every Atom of Me and Every Atom of You": Relationships Between Authority, Family, and Gender in His Dark Materials and Paradise Lost
This thesis project examines Philip Pullman's controversial trilogy, His Dark Materials (1995-2000), and its relationships in theme and content to John Milton's Paradise Lost (1667). Though Pullman has publicly discussed the influences of Paradise Lost on his trilogy, very little academic work has been published examining the similarities and differences between the two. Specifically, I analyze the paradigms of gender, family, and authority as they are represented by each text. I contrastdoi:10.57709/6679023 fatcat:fnoanvjr7nexpnpr4q6js6jnuq