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Stardust

Authors:
Neil Gaiman (author) and Jon Gray (covers) (Pseudonym: gray318)
Language:
English
Categories:
Fantasy and novel
Publication year:
2005
Original publication year:
1999
ISBN:
978-0-7472-6369-2
Pages:
214
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Table of Contents:
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  • Chapter One: In Which We Learn of the Village of Wall, and of the Curious Thing That Occurs There Every Nine Years
  • Chapter Two: In Which Tristan Thorn Grows to Manhood and Makes a Rash Promise
  • Chapter Three: In Which We Encounter Several Other Persons, Many of Them Still Alive, With an Interest in the Fate of the Fallen Star
  • Chapter Four: 'Can I Get There by Candlelight?'
  • Chapter Five: In Which There is Much Fighting for the Crown
  • Chapter Six: What the Tree Said
  • Chapter Seven: 'At the Sign of the Chariot'
  • Chapter Eight: Which Treats of Castles in the Air, and Other Matters
  • Chapter Nine: Which Deals Chiefly With the Events at Diggory's Dyke
  • Chapter Ten: Stardust
  • Epilogue: In Which Several Endings May Be Discerned
  • Acknowledgements

Exclusive Material

  1. Author's Preface to WALL: A Prologue
  2. WALL: A Prologue
  3. An Interview with Neil Gaiman
  4. Reading-group Discussion Questions

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