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Clockwork (1996)

af Philip Pullman

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Long ago in Germany, a storyteller's story and an apprentice clockwork-maker's nightmare meet in a menacing, lifelike figure created by the strange Dr. Kalmenius.
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A short, strange, dark little clockwork fairy tale, featuring fascinating, creepily blurred black-and-white illustrations. It's definitely aimed at kids -- at least, at kids who enjoy darker and scarier stuff than their parents probably think they should, which I'm betting is a lot of kids -- but it's also an interesting read for adults, with an odd, vaguely meta story-within-a-story-but-it's-all-the-same-story structure. Despite an ending that was perhaps a bit disappointingly pat, I enjoyed it a lot, and boy do the illustrations really add to the atmosphere. ( )
  bragan | Apr 21, 2024 |
I really like some of Philip Pullman's works. This one was fine but definitely for the younger audience. It was an amusing and short moralistic tale. I was glad it was short. ( )
  JHolmes95003 | Apr 1, 2024 |
A delightful spooky tale. ( )
  davidrgrigg | Mar 23, 2024 |
2.5/5

Really strong premise, but something lacking.

The beginning was very well done, and things did fall into place after getting wound up, but not so well.

Just okay

update: i still wish the story was less boring but the symbolism of the clockwork is something that i can’t stop chewing on ( )
  telamy | Nov 6, 2023 |
This was a quick purchase from a daily deal on Audible again, picked up because I recognized Pullman's name on it. I found this to be beautiful and archaic. There focus on time, clocks, and winding was lovely and here throughout the whole piece. I loved how the story was both being told and being lived, and how they collided, and how the ending was more of a door still swinging in the wind than one that was left open or closed entirely.

Bravi. ( )
  wanderlustlover | Dec 26, 2022 |
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The stars move still, time runs, the clock will strike, the devil will come, and Faustus must be damn'd... -- Christopher Marlowe, Dr. Faustus
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Once upon a time (when time ran by clockwork) a strange event took place in a little German town.
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"What did he look like, this philosopher of the night? He was very tall and thin, with a prominent nose and jaw. His eyes blazed like coals in caverns of darkness. His hair was long and gray, and he wore a black cloak with a loose hood like that of a mink; he had a harsh, grating voice, and his expression was full of savage curiosity.
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Fritz stopped.
He swallowed, and his eyes moved to the door. Everyone followed his gaze. The parlor had never been so still. No one moved, no one dared to breathe, for the latch was lifting.
The door slowly opened.
On the threshold stood a man in a long black cloak with a loose hood like a monk's. His gray hair hung down on either side of his face: a long, narrow face with a prominent nose and jaw, and eyes that looked like burning coals in caverns of darkness.
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Long ago in Germany, a storyteller's story and an apprentice clockwork-maker's nightmare meet in a menacing, lifelike figure created by the strange Dr. Kalmenius.

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