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Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Arthur C Clarke Publisher: HarperCollins, English View all editions and formats Summary:. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Fiction Science fiction Additional Physical Format: Print version: Clarke, Arthur C.

Arthur Charles , Document, Fiction, Internet resource Document Type: Arthur C Clarke Find more information about: By this time, the Europans have evolved into a species that has developed a primitive civilization, most likely with assistance from a monolith. They are not described in detail, though they are said to have "tendril"-like limbs.

Though their settlements are concentrated primarily in the hemisphere of Europa which is constantly bathed in Lucifer's rays, some Europans have begun in recent generations to explore the Farside, the hemisphere facing away from Lucifer, which is still covered in ice.

There they may witness the spectacle of night, unknown on the other side of Europa, when the Cold Sun sets. The Europans who explore the Farside have been carefully observing the night sky and have begun to develop a mythology based on their observations.

They correctly believe that Lucifer was not always there. They believe that the Cold Sun was its brother and was condemned to march around the sky for a crime. The Europans also see three other major bodies in the sky.

One seems to be constantly engulfed in fire, and the other two have lights on them which are gradually spreading. These three bodies are the moons Io , Callisto , and Ganymede , the latter two of which are presently being colonized by humans. Humans have been attempting to explore Europa ever since Lucifer was created in However, none of these attempts has been successful. Every probe that has attempted to land on Europa has been destroyed on approach; as it is later shown in and manned spacecraft that attempt to land have been instead diverted by an external force.

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The debris from every probe falls to the surface of the planet, and the debris from some of the first ships to be destroyed is venerated by the Europans. Finally, there is a Monolith on the planet, which is worshipped by the Europans more than anything else.

The Europans assume, correctly, that the Monolith is what keeps humans at bay. The Monolith is the guardian of Europa, and will continue to prevent contact between humans and Europans for as long as it sees fit. Relations to reality Clarke peppered the novel with names of various Soviet dissidents, including physicists Andrei Sakharov and Yuri Orlov , human-rights activists Mykola Rudenko and Anatoly Marchenko , Russian Orthodox activist Gleb Yakunin , among others.

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Clarke's prose, always grounded in science, has the uncanny ability to inspire a sense of awe. As I read the series I felt that each book was worse than the one before, and the series simply deteriorated. They must all be considered as variations on the same theme, involving many of the same characters and situations, but not necessarily happening in the same universe.

He discovers a world of human minds directly interfacing with computers; genetically engineered dinosaur servants; and massive space elevators built around the Equator.

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