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2001 A Space OdysseyNt out deep into our solar systemBut long before their destination is reached things begin to go horribly inexplicab 389 2001 A Space Odyssey Space Odyssey #1 Arthur C Clarke2001 A Space Odyssey is a 1968 science fiction novel by British writer Arthur C Clarke 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 2001عنوانها راز کیهان؛ 2001 یک ادیسه فضایی؛ نویسنده آرتور سی کلارک؛ مترجمها پرویز دوائی؛ هوشنگ غیاثی نژاد؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه آگوست سال 2008 میلادیعنوان راز کیهان؛ نوشته آرتور سی کلارک؛ مترجم پرویز دوائی؛ تهران، امیرکبیر فرانکلین، 1348 خورشیدی؛ در 288 ص؛ چاپ دوم 1354؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان برینانیایی سده 20 معنوان راز کیهان؛ نوشته آرتور سی کلارک؛ مترجم هوشنگ غیاثی نژاد؛ تهران، پاسارگاد، چاپ دوم 1374؛ در دو جلد؛دوهزار و یک ادیسه ی فضایی، عنوان رمانی در گونه ی علمی تخیلی ست که در سال 1968 میلادی، به قلم «آرتور سی کلارک» و با همکاری «استنلی کوبریک» است ایده ی نخست این رمان، برگرفته از داستان کوتاه «آرتور سی کلارک»، با عنوان «نگهبان» است مجموعه ی چهارگانه ی «ادیسه»، پس از این کتاب نخستین؛ کتابهای 2010 ادیسه دو؛ 2061 ادیسه سه؛ و 3001 ادیسه نهایی هستند ا شربیانی

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kindle à 2001 A Space Odyssey Ï Paperback read ó On the Moon an enigma is uncoveredSo great are the implications of this discovery that for the first time men are sent out deep into our solar systemBut long before their destination is reached things begin to go horribly inexplicably wrongOne of the greatest selling scienceLy wrongOne of the greatest selling science fiction novels of our time this classic book will grip you to the very e “He now perceived that there were ways than one behind the back of space” As a longtime admirer of Stanley Kubrick’s dazzling film I was 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 oft accurate 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 isolation and perhaps the most poignant of these mankind’s primal relentless hunger to understand why But what I wasn’t expecting to encounter and what made this such an incredibly memorable novel was the boundless sense of reverence and awe with which it was infused Clarke masterfully depicted the vast grandeur of space in part by subtly yet persistently underscoring how very small and alone David was and he did so in such a way that I ended up feeling something I’ve not experienced in uite some time pure childlike wonder at the unfathomable incomprehensible beauty and magnitude of our universe A genuinely riveting uest for discovery 2001 is science fiction with both a heart and a mind AND view spoilera gloriously wiggy AI Seriously how adorable is HAL? hide spoiler

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On the Moon an enigma is uncoveredSo great are the implications of this discovery that for the first time men are se Classic 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 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 literature brilliant