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  • Genesis by Poul Anderson
  • Poul Anderson
  • German
  • 13 June 2019
  • 9783404242870

10 thoughts on “Genesis by Poul Anderson

  1. says:

    Poul Anderson published Genesis in the same year of his death 2001 Just as The Shootist was an appropriate swan

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    NotesEnjoyed the idea of the book but it was too short to really explore the main themes More of a teaser of ma

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    DisappointedNot a particularly long novel Genesis might have been better had it been shorter The shorterness in itself would have been an improvement Anderson spends way too much time in description explanation and story building In the early parts of the book much time is spent getting to know the characters and their motivations in a rivalrous clan society with which the main characters never have any interaction This culture has absolutl

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    Science Fiction and Fantasy Grand Master Poul Anderson’s writing career lasted from the 1940s through his death in 2001 and I started reading him in my teens Always he was known not so much for scientifictechnological complexity or literary prowess as for the telling of engaging adventures Sadly Genesis one of his last

  5. says:

    There's some really interesting stuff here as the novel explores the singularity of human and machine predicting the rise of a gala

  6. says:

    Fantastic ideas but a bit clunky in terms of format Anderson explores what the end result of evolution may be an

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    There are lots of really big ideas in this book about human nature the future of machine intelligences interspecies morality should sentient beings be husbanded like domesticated animals The ending is a little unsatisfactory but on the whole a very enjoyable book and very tightly written like science fiction classics of old that clocked in at under 90000 words unlike to 600 page behemoths that have become so common

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    LOVED this book so many big ideas and a story that takes place on an absolutely massive scale and timeline The plot jumped around between viewpo

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    Terribly terribly slow and boring Characters and settings were introduced multiple times only to be discarded I was never actually sure when t

  10. says:

    Disappointed Too many side bar stories info factoids not seemingly relevant to main story line Some interesting ideas but th

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Genesis by Poul Anderson

En Als er beauftragt wird den Supercomputer Gaia zu überprüfen der das Schicksal der Erde lenkt stößt er jedoch auf Unvorstellbare. There are lots of really big ideas in this book about human nature the future of machine intelligences interspecies morality should sentient beings be husbanded like domesticated animals The ending is a little unsatisfactory but on the whole a very enjoyable book and very tightly written like science fiction classics of old that clocked in at under 90000 words unlike to 600 page behemoths that have become so common

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Möglich war die menschliche Persönlichkeit in einen Computer zu speisen und ihm auf diese Weise eine Art Unsterblichkeit zu verleih. Science Fiction and Fantasy Grand Master Poul Anderson s writing career lasted from the 1940s through his death in 2001 and I started reading him in my teens Always he was known not so much for scientifictechnological complexity or literary prowess as for the telling of engaging adventures Sadly Genesis one of his last novels in my opinion founders in that regard It was awarded the 2001 John Campbell Award perhaps as career recognition than on the merits of itselfThe novel is divided into two parts Part One is a disjointed narrative that skips across millions of years following two particular humans who were translated into cybernetic copies before their death One is 20th century Christi Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark from the 1940s through his death in 2001 and I started reading him in my teens Always he was known not so much I Love You Almost Always for scientifictechnological complexity or literary prowess as Gloom Town for the telling of engaging adventures Sadly Genesis one of his last novels in my opinion uinze dias founders in that regard It was awarded the 2001 John Campbell Award perhaps as career recognition than on the merits of itselfThe novel is divided into two parts Part One is a disjointed narrative that skips across millions of years Cheating for the Chicken Man following two particular humans who were translated into cybernetic copies before their death One is 20th century Christi

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Der Astronaut Christian Brannock hat miterlebt wie der Mensch die künstliche Intelligenz immer weiter entwickelte bis es schließlich. Poul Anderson published Genesis in the same year of his death 2001 Just as The Shootist was an appropriate swan song for the ailing John Wayne Genesis is a fitting final book in the celebrated cannon of this great writer A recurring theme in much of his work especially in the last decade of his life was immortality and here as in Harvest of Stars a sentient human is uploaded into a computer and allowed to continue on into infinity Genesis also calls to mind Anderson s excellent novel The Boat of a Million Years particularly in its narrative style of connected vignettes following a chronological procession over hundreds of millions of years Genesis revisits several other staple Anderson th


About the Author: Poul Anderson

Winston P Sanders P A KingsleyPoul William Anderson was an American science fiction author who began his career during one of the Golden Ages of the genre and continued to write and remain popular into the st century Anderson also authored several works of fantasy historical novels and a prodigious number of short stories He received numerous awards for his writing including seven Hugo Awards and three Nebula Awards Anderson received a degree in physics from the University of Minnesota in He married Karen Kruse in They had one daughter Astrid who is married to science fiction author Greg Bear Anderson was the sixth President of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America taking office in He was a member of the Swordsmen and Sorcerers' Guild of America a loose knit group of Heroic Fantasy authors founded in the s some of whose works were anthologized in Lin Carter's Flashing Swords anthologies He was a founding member of the Society for Creative Anachronism Robert A Heinlein dedicated his novel The Cat Who Walks Through Walls to Anderson and eight of the other members of the Citizens' Advisory Council on National Space Policy Poul Anderson died of cancer on July after a month in the hospital Several of his novels were published posthumously Series.