Lettere da Atlantide

Lettere da Atlantide Infinite sono le storie su Atlantide leggendario continente perduto i cui segreti non sono mai stati svelati e anche Robert Silverberg uno die pi grandi scrittori di fantascienza contemporanei ha

Infinite sono le storie su Atlantide, leggendario continente perduto i cui segreti non sono mai stati svelati, e anche Robert Silverberg, uno die pi grandi scrittori di fantascienza contemporanei, ha voluto dedicare un romanzo a questo affascinante mistero, presentandocelo sotto una luce nuova Attraverso l incredibile avventura di Roy e Lora, che compiono uno straordinarInfinite sono le storie su Atlantide, leggendario continente perduto i cui segreti non sono mai stati svelati, e anche Robert Silverberg, uno die pi grandi scrittori di fantascienza contemporanei, ha voluto dedicare un romanzo a questo affascinante mistero, presentandocelo sotto una luce nuova Attraverso l incredibile avventura di Roy e Lora, che compiono uno straordinario viaggio nel tempo e nello spazio, conosceremo dall interno una societ avanzatissima eppure destinata alla distruzione, il cui dominio si estende su terre popolate da uomini primitivi e selvaggi, ma soprattutto faremo conoscenza con Ram, l erede al trono di Atlantide, e assisteremo al nascere di una singolare amicizia tra lui e Roy, ragazzo del futuro che si impossessato della sua mente e del suo corpoUna splendida storia densa di significato, che conquister gli appassionati di fantasy e gli amanti della grande avventura.

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Lettere da Atlantide

  1. Robert Silverberg Francesca Crisigiovanni Vittoria Viscardi says:
    Robert Silverberg is one of science fiction s most beloved writers, and the author of such contemporary classics as Dying Inside, Downward to the Earth and Lord Valentine s Castle, as well as At Winter s End, also available in a Bison Books edition He is a past president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and the winner of five Nebula Awards and five Hugo Awards In 2004 the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America presented him with the Grand Master Award Silverberg is one of twenty nine writers to have received that distinction.

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  1. Letters from Atlantis by Robert Silverberg is a novella set up as a concise narrative in the form of letters written between two mental time travelers visiting the Atlantean Empire some 18,000 years ago, during the last ice age Time researchers are sent back in time as a discorporeal entity and possess the mind of a current time person, allowing them to witness and experience the time from the perspective of a local time inhabitant A brilliant concept and well played by the author This premise i [...]


  2. Good narration, good text Perhaps a little too concise, with so many big concepts to unveil in the progress of the story.Slated for one of the SRC2017WINTER tasks needing author s initials RS I forget which one without my blueprint.


  3. As usual, Silverberg does a fine job with the style of writing of this novella Its literary device is a series of letters from Roy to his love Laura They are both time travelers from our future to the distant past Stephen Hawking famously said, If time travel is possible, where are all the tourists from the future view spoiler In Letters from Atlantis, the time travelers are disembodied entities, living hidden in the minds of people who lived twenty thousand years ago Roy is embedded in the mind [...]


  4. Enjoyable, and for the most part artfully told a few repetitions at the start than made up for lovely descriptions in the second half Would have rated a star higher, though I m not in the intended age group, if not for the fact that the bar for time travel with Silverberg is so high And for younger audiences, I liked PROJECT PENDULUM just a bit .


  5. This is a creative sci fi view of Atlantis Roy and his time travel partner, Lora, have been sent from twenty first century to a distant past, They are not sent together but to different parts of the world in the time period Roy is sent to observe the mysterious island of Atlantis as it existed while Lora is sent to the fringes of barbaric lands The traveling is not in body but by piggy backing into a mind of the time Roy is pleasantly surprised to find himself where or rather when he is supposed [...]


  6. Mezcla entre relato corto y ensayo muy curioso El libro parte de una idea muy original para situarnos en la anhelada Atl ntida, los viajes en el tiempo a nivel de conciencia Y los hechos se describen gracias a la correspondencia de una pareja de viajeros L stima que no se desarrolle m s la trama y la acci n del libro, genera inter s por saber m s cosas Aunque tambi n es verdad que la s ntesis de los hechos y el enfoque en las ideas b sicas hacen que fluya el pensamiento y las preguntas.



  7. Time travellers based in our not too distant future are researching the past, and two of them, Roy and Lora, are sent to separate parts of the earth in the year 18,862BC, Lora to what will one day be Siberia to live among the mammoth hunters and Roy, who is our narrator and central character, to Atlantis or Athilanta, which is what its natives call it Lora never appears in the novel she is simply the addressee of the series of letters Roy writes that form the text of the novel I ve implied that [...]


  8. Every so often I read a sci fi novel to try to understand why others like them I always fail This one seems to draw inspiration from Ursula LeGuin s LEFT HAND OF DARKNESS, a novel about the anthropology of a planet This one is about discovering the anthropology of Atlantis.The book goes astray is numerous ways It is a time travel story in that the anthropologist is from the future His consciousness is somehow shot into the mind of an Atlantian prince How Not explained It seem absurd that one min [...]


  9. A short, simple story about a time researcher from the future who hitchhikes in the mind of a prince from the far, far distant past The story is told in the form of letters from the time traveler to his lover, who is riding in the mind of a high official of the same era, several thousand miles away The letters are actually put on paper by the prince himself, under nighttime hypnosis, and sent by regular mail that this is extremely ill advised doesn t matter, and it also doesn t matter that for t [...]


  10. Tr s joli roman, enti rement compos de lettres Bien que les r ponses aux dites lettres n apparaissent jamais, l histoire n en est pas moins fascinante Uchronie mettant l accent sur le voyage dans le temps et sur les interf rences qu il peut provoquer si le visiteur du futur influe sur le cours des v nements Si le th me est connu, le traitement en est ici particulier, notamment cause du mode de voyage temporel, et de la nature de la civilisation visit e celle des Atlantes Silverbeg livre ici une [...]


  11. Weird I just picked up this short book on CD because of its length, and because I am experimenting with fantasy sci fi stories Bizarre, kind of silly, not really satisfying But it was different, in the very least And short.And I think it was intended for younger readers in the end, which I did not know at the time.Good road trip book, when you do not want to have to think too much, and want to kill some time Maybe good taking a crap material for those of you who need that.


  12. As the name suggests this is an epistolary novel, where a guy who travels into the pre civilized past into the mind of a prince from the lost continent of Atlantis in a similar fashion to Sam Beckett from Quantum Leap It turns out that the Atlantisians have traveled millions of miles from their doomed planet only to land on a doomed continent Really nothing new under the sun here, but it was nice short novel I actually listened to the audiobook version and it went very quickly.


  13. Silverberg s mesmerizing tale I d time travel, possession, and the cruel passage of time an did I mention it s a children s book Short and bittersweet with the author s usually flair for quality prose and conflicted characters.


  14. Loved this little book, and wanted so much of it This was a great short read, the problem is you wanted so much There was so much the writer could have discussed that you really wanted, , , .







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