By Arthur C. Clarke
3001 : L'Odyssée finale (3001: the ultimate Odyssey) est un roman de science-fiction publié en 1997, le dernier de los angeles quadrilogie d'Arthur C. Clarke initiée par 2001 : l'Odyssée de l'espace.
Après a thousand années de dérive dans l'espace, le corps de Frank Poole est récupéré puis ramené à l. a. vie. Ce dernier peut désormais contempler l. a. planète Terre du haut de l. a. travel Afrique. Les humains ont construit quatre excursions : Afrique, Amérique, Asie et Océanie, hautes de trente-six mille kilomètres (toutes reliées par un anneau d’une centaine de milliers de kilomètres de lengthy) grâce au diamant de l'ancien noyau de Jupiter, éjecté lorsque celle-ci fut transformé en soleil. Poole, persuadé que David Bowman se trouve sur Europe, le satellite tv for pc interdit, va transgresser l'interdiction et se poser sur Europe.
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Asked Dunstan. “The use and function of these flowers is chiefly decorative and recreational; they bring pleasure; they can be given to a loved one as a token of admiration and affection, and the sound they make is pleasing to the ear. ” She held a bluebell up to the light; and Dunstan could not but observe that the color of sunlight glittering through the purple crystal was inferior in both hue and shade to that of her eyes. “I see,” said Dunstan. “They are also used in certain spells and cantrips.
He tugged on it. It was stronger than it looked. “It was fashioned of cat’s breath and fish-scales and moonlight mixed in with the silver,” she told him. ” He moved back onto the grass. “I should not mind it, for it is a long, long chain; but the knowledge of it irks me, and I miss my father’s land. ” And she was quiet. Dunstan leaned over toward her, reached a hand up to her face, felt something wet and hot splash against his hand. ” She said nothing. Dunstan pulled her toward him, wiping ineffectually at her face with his big hand; and then he leaned into her sobbing face and, tentatively, uncertain of whether or not he was doing the correct thing given the circumstances, he kissed her, full upon her burning lips.
The faerie woman sat down beside him. She intoxicated him: he was breathing her, sensing her through the pores of his skin. She leaned close to him. ” She laughed, and the sound was a clear rill bubbling over rocks and stones. ” She lay back in the grass and stared up at the sky. “Your stars,” she asked. ” Dunstan lay beside her in the cool grass and stared up at the night sky. There was certainly something odd about the stars: perhaps there was more color in them, for they glittered like tiny gems; perhaps there was something about the number of tiny stars, the constellations; something was strange and wonderful about the stars.
3001: L'odyssée finale (Cycle des Odyssées de l’espace, Livre 4) by Arthur C. Clarke