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Open the Pod Bay Doors, HAL: “2001: A Space Odyssey” by Arthur C.

“I can never look now at the Milky Way without wondering from which of those banked clouds of stars the emissaries are coming.
If you will pardon so commonplace a simile, we have set off the fire alarm and have nothing to do but to wait.

In "The Sentinel” by “Arthur C.

“The time was fast approaching when Earth, like all mothers, must say farewell to her children.

In “2001: A Space Odyssey” by Arthur C.

"Open the pod bay doors, HAL"

In the movie “2001: A Space Odyssey” by Arthur C.
Clarke, Stanl I remember watching 2001: A Space Odyssey about seven years back and almost losing my mind during the overlong Stargate sequence and what followed after that acid trip.

*The I might puke face*

Fast forward to 2017, one of my buddies called me up and said, 'Sreyas, 2001: Space Odyssey is a fricking classic.
You should read the book before watching the movie'.
Fortunately, I had a copy of the novel with me and I jumped right in!

❝ If he was indeed mad, his delusions were beautifully organized.

The story starts in a time before the dawn of human kind, when benevolent and rather mindless manapes were dying one after another due to overlong drought and natural predators.
In short, The tribal group wa The Dramatic Novel Of One Of The Most Spectacular Films Ever Produced.

2001: A Space Odyssey (Space Odyssey #1), Arthur C.
2001: A Space Odyssey is a 1968 science fiction novel by British writer Arthur C.
It was developed concurrently with Stanley Kubrick's film version and published after the release of the film.
Clarke and Kubrick worked on the book together, but eventually only Clarke ended up as the official author.
The story is based in part on various short stories by Clarke, including The Sentinel (written in 1948 for a BBC competition, but first published in 1951 under the title "Sentinel of Eternity").
By 1992, the novel had sold three million copies worldwide.
An elaboration of Clarke and Kubrick's collaborative work on this project was made in The Lost Worlds of 2001.

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کلارک؛ متر When I first read this book as a teenager I hated it, I thought it was so dry and impenetrable.
I loved the Kubrick movie for its weirdness though.
Clearly I was not one of the brighter kids of my generation.
Having said that while I like it very much on this reread I can see why I could not appreciate it in my teens.
Clarke’s scientific expositions can be very detailed but I would not call them dry now because I find them quite fascinating.
The fact that when you are on the moon Earth is the moon, the details about the composition of Saturn’s ring and the description of Jupiter and its moons are clearly explained, interesting and (gulp!) educational.
They really facilitate visualization of these planets.

What I particularly love about Clarke’s writing now that I did not appreciate in my foolish teens is the wonderful minutiae of his descriptions of var An alien artifact teaches a manape to use tools.
Heywood Floyd goes to the moon to investigate a mysterious situation.
Dave Bowman and his crewmates, most of them in cryogenic sleep, head toward Saturn.

Let me get my two big gripes out of the way first.

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Clarke's characters are cardboard cutouts and largely interchangeable with one another.

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Clarke's prose doesn't bring all the boys to the yard.

Now that I've got that out of the way, I enjoyed this book very much.
Some of it is a little dated, not surprising since Clarke wrote it around the time some manape discovered fire.
A lot of it is spoton, though, like Heywood Floyd's tablet by another name.

The first two th
“He now perceived that there were more ways than one behind the back of space.

As a longtime admirer of Stanley Kubrick’s dazzling film, I was more than a little hesitant about picking up this book, apprehensive that it might not be able to live up to my perhaps overly demanding expectations.
And it did take me a good 50 pages or so before I really began to connect with Clarke’s writing.
After that initial rough patch, however, I became increasingly immersed in this absorbing story, eventually entirely unwilling to part with it.
Thankfully, the oftaccurate cliché that “the book is better than the movie” proved true; I’m very pleased I gave this a try.

All of the fascinating themes you doubtless remember from the movie can be found here too: evolution, technology, exploration and discovery, the nature of intelligence, the effects of The opening scene of a tribe of ape men in Africa finding a strange gyrating monolith, another rock to these few primitives at first.
However after the light show the tribe is fascinated, teaches them how to make and use tools, kill animals and prevent their own extinction.
With an unlimited supply of food and not be dependent on plants and fruit for survival , very rare during the long ponderous drought conditions (millions of years ).
The human race might reach their destiny , for better or worse after all.
At around the beginning of the 21st century another monolith is discovered or is it the same one found earlier ? Buried in the dark side (back side) of the moon a bizzare place for any object to be.
The bright Dr.
Heywood Floyd is called in to investigate and keeps a silent tongue, why he's there on the lunar surface.
He sees that the jet black slab is ten foot tall and


I read 2001: A Space Odyssey when I was a teenager and knew it was a very influential work of fiction because of the film and all the attention it had received.
Still, though I found it very entertaining, I did not really get it.

Thirty years later, I have read it again, and though I may not completely get it the second time around, the more mature reader can better grasp the vision and message of the genius author.
I especially enjoyed the many allusions to other works and found the reference to Melville's Ahab particularly engrossing.

Clarke’s prose is clear and descriptive and his story line linear and thought provoking.
Not just an excellent science fiction novel, this is a work of lit Started during my "One Week, One Shelf" reading challenge! I've only read part one but it was already not what I expected.
in a good way! Hope the rest of the book will be just as good once I can continue it!

Arthur C. Clarke

[Arthur C. Clarke] ↠´ 2001: A Space Odyssey [internet PDF] Ebook Epub Download Ý sustanon.pro Arthur Charles Clarke was one of the most important and influential figures in 20th century science fiction He spent the first half of his life in England, where he served in World War Two as a radar operator, before emigrating to Ceylon in 1956 He is best known for the novel and movie 2001 A Space Odyssey, which he co created with the assistance of Stanley Kubrick.Clarke was a graduate of