The Line Between

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One of the leading authors of modern fantasy, American writer Peter Sawyer Beagle was born in 1939 in New York. He graduated from college with a degree in "writer" and published his first story at the age of 17 - "The Telephone Call" (1957). In the same year, the aspiring author wrote his first novel, A Sweet Secluded Place, which came out three years later. Since then, Peter Beagle has published eight novels, one of which, The Last Unicorn (1968), became a bestseller and served as the basis for the animated film adaptation of the same name at Walt Disney Studios (the script was written by the author himself). The novel is consistently ranked in the top 10 fantasy books of all time in numerous surveys. Two other novels, Air People (1986) and Tamsin (1999), won the Mythopoetic Prize. In addition, more than fifteen stories and novellas belong to the pen of Peter Beagle. Between the 1960s and 1980s, Beagle worked extensively in film and television, and he wrote the experimental ani...

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One of the leading authors of modern fantasy, American writer Peter Sawyer Beagle was born in 1939 in New York. He graduated from college with a degree in "writer" and published his first story at the age of 17 - "The Telephone Call" (1957). In the same year, the aspiring author wrote his first novel, A Sweet Secluded Place, which came out three years later. Since then, Peter Beagle has published eight novels, one of which, The Last Unicorn (1968), became a bestseller and served as the basis for the animated film adaptation of the same name at Walt Disney Studios (the script was written by the author himself). The novel is consistently ranked in the top 10 fantasy books of all time in numerous surveys. Two other novels, Air People (1986) and Tamsin (1999), won the Mythopoetic Prize. In addition, more than fifteen stories and novellas belong to the pen of Peter Beagle. Between the 1960s and 1980s, Beagle worked extensively in film and television, and he wrote the experimental animated film Lord of the Rings by Ralph Bakshi. The tape failed, but left its mark on the history of science fiction and cinema - after seeing this picture, a teenager named Peter Jackson decided to read Tolkien`s trilogy. In the 1990s, Beagle returned to literary fantasy, writing, in particular, the sequel to his most popular novel - the story "Sonata of the Unicorn" (1996) and "Julia`s Unicorn" (1997), and last year ended his trilogy with a kind of coda - a short the story "Two Hearts". Peter Beagle, a resident of Oakland, California in recent years, is also known as a talented guitarist and folk singer. Official website http://www.peterbeagle.com/