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  • On a subsequent journey, Gulliver ends up in Laputa, a floating island inhabited by theoreticians and academics, who Gulliver soon discovered were an odd lot.

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  • It belongs to Utopia, you know; and they say that, although it is now on the level of the earth, it used once to be a flying island -- the same which was formerly known as Laputa, and which was first visited and described by Captain

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  • From Mar 2004 - Dec 2006 I called Laputa my home and to tell you all the stories about this beautiful school in the crown of the world, the amazing experiences I had and all the lessons I learnt from these kids aged 6-16 would be a blog on its own.

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  • In Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, Lemuel Gulliver voyages to a country called Laputa all of whose denizens are lost inside themselves.

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  • He was a Christian minister called Laputa, and he was going among the tribes from Durban to the Zambesi as a roving evangelist.

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  • He was a Christian minister called Laputa, and he was going among the tribes from Durban to the Zambesi as a roving evangelist.

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  • 'Did you ever come across a great big native parson called Laputa?

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  • Castle in the Sky features plenty of steam-powered flight and follows the quest of two children to find a ruined sky kingdom known as Laputa while combating the evil Muska, who wants the ancient civilization's secrets for his own greed and power.

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  • Having first championed them 10 years ago, the Barbican brings back Ghibli classics, from Laputa: Castle In The Sky and My Neighbour Totoro the best one for young viewers, right up to previews of their latest, Arrietty, a version of The Borrowers.

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  • Having first championed them 10 years ago, the Barbican brings back Ghibli classics, from Laputa: Castle In The Sky and My Neighbour Totoro the best one for young viewers, right up to previews of their latest, Arrietty, a version of The Borrowers.

    This week's new film events

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