14 edition of The stone gods found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR6073.I558 S76 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||206 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||2007047079|
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The Stone Gods' is science fiction. The first part of the story, which spans nearly half the book, is set in a futuristic world. Science and technology is highly developed, people eat and drink synthetically made food, people can genetically freeze their age and always look young, space travel is highly evolved, humans have robots to do The stone gods book tasks/5.
The Stone Gods is an exceptional book. It is lyrical but dense, a deep love story that also discusses some fundamental ideas of humanity (freedom, maturity and humanity, sexuality and love) against the backdrop of a frighteningly possible future (a third world war resulting Cited by: THE STONE GODS, Jeanette Winterson's new novel, makes an excellent choice for desert-planet reading—scary, beautiful, witty and wistful by turns, dipping into the known past as it explores potential futures read THE STONE GODS for new discoveries in language, love and what it means to be human."/5(17).
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In her new novel, The Stone Gods, she thoroughly enjoys playing with creation narratives and ideas about origins so it doesn’t seem too far-fetched to say that she could find a way to position herself and her work in a universal continuum of literary work that extends across time and space and genre.
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The “stone gods” are the literal giant statues of Easter Island. Metaphorically, they represent any blind pursuit of arbitrary status and technological supremacy that results in bankruptcy of spirit and resources.
The final two sections of the novel, “Post-3 War” and “Wreck City,” are of a piece, one picking up directly from the other.
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And off the air, Billie and Spike are falling in love. She is riding on the train and finds a manuscript called The Stone Gods, she reads some of the text and we recognize it from the first section of the book.
Billie works in Tech City, Robo Sapiens have just been developed by the MORE corporation, but rather than servants for humanity they are hailed as rulers that will prevent further wars.
Of immense imaginary and emotional scope, The Stone Gods is Jeanette Winterson at her prescient, playful, muscular best. An interplanetary love story, a traveller’s tale, a hymn to the beauty of the world, this is a novel that will change forever the stories we tell.
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Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Playful, passionate, polemical, and frequently very funny, The Stone Gods will change forever the stories we tell about the earth, about love, and about stories themselves.
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