Things Drunk People Say oNtest since countless hundredsf millions have viewed the motion picture with relatively speaking a few million read publication I m relatively speaking a few million read the publication I m A futuristic couple Jinn and Phyllis acting appropriately bored while taking a soothing leisurely vacation in remote dark endless Space still strangely enthralling in the distant year The Joy Of Game Theory of AD 2500 They uite unexpectedly arrive upon anbject Cabin Fever Over The Holidays outside their spaceship Curious the pair retreats the item and memories go back to the daysf sailing ships The Mark Of A Druid on the high seasf Earth come forth with a rush A message in a bottle is found imagine the manuscript is in the ancient language f the third rock from the Sun French However Jinn having been well educated there and can read the papers though he uncovers the author s name written by Ulysse Merou and "Telling Of An Expedition From Our World "of an expedition from ur world the giant star Betelgeuse 642 light years from good Spring Cleaning old Earth theirbject was to explore planets suspected Dood Water Inspecteur Liese Meerhout 7 ofrbiting that legendary star maybe find life Along with journalist Merou are botanist Professor Antellet and physician Arthur Levain when landing Deen E Insaniat onne Cooperstown Baseballs Hall Of Famers of the four planets discovered they surprisingly meet humanoid like mutes harmless creatures primitives to be honest and easily dominated by the spacemen Soon however the Earthmen along with the natives are ambushed byApes human than humans no exaggeration either nor dream brutal reality sets in uickly and conseuences begin Slaughtering them these intelligent ape like animals the men run for their lives but are soon captured separated from his friends Ulysse is put in a humiliating cage with enchanting Nova a female mute he has befriended This planetf the apes looks at Merou like a lowly animal in a zoo leaving this upside down place is the ultimate goal The Mercantile System And Its Historical Significance of Ulysse a nice place to visit but you wouldn t want to live there A fine satiref the silliness f ur world s numerous foibles and downright if I may say the The Holcroft Covenant The Rhinemann Exchange old fashioned word evil everything changes but all remains the same I enjoyed this story I can say both the book and the movie are great in theirwn way The movie was science fiction but the book seemed socially based lo fi science fiction The book goes way in depth about the planet Recovery our narrator and his crew have landedn Through the narrator we discover much about the ape planet than the movie gives The interaction between the primitive man chimpanzees gorillas and Easy Magic Tricks orangutans follows the movie yet the author does a great jobf telling the tale On the planet exists social constructs and norms a Simian language art and science zoos lobotomy experiments and Lastly we discover how the shift Forgotten Realms occurred and monkeys came to rule the world Pierre Boulle has a uniue wayf telling a story full f detail yet is entertaining and creative Overall I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes any movies from the franchise Thanks Caution Vague Spoilers AheadI don t really think that I can do this book justice in my review I thought that it was brilliant I know that I have seen the movie long ago and remember the big reveal at the end and Charlton yelling about damning everyone all to hell but I don t remember much than that I ll have to watch the movie againI really loved the subtle cautionary tale running throughout the story Maybe it s just my feminist liberal bleeding heart whispering to me but I feel that Boulle just plain hated live animal experiments and was determined to show people that the tables could be turned ne day Easily But than that th I think Pierre Boulle s novel Planet f the Apes is a social fantasy an allegory for revealing ur civilization as blindly mimicking Slam Dunk N 49 our past as aping the good and badf what has come before It is a statement against complacency a warning that history will repeat itself if we are not eternally vigilant The novel may also be read as a cautionary illustra. Ar fôlego temperado com boa dose de sátira Nele Boulle revisita algumas das uestões mais antigas da humanidade O ue deﬁne homem O ue nos diferencia dos animais uem são s verdadeiros inimigos de nossa espécie Publicado pela primeira vez em 1963 O planeta dos macacos de Pierre Boulle inspirou uma das mais bem sucedidas franuias da his.
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jinn and phyllisand Phyllis spending a wonderful holiday in space as far away as possible from the inhabited stars A couple Loving The Sensitive Dog of touristsn an interplanetary trip runs into a bottle drifting in the space They Ethno Botany Of The Black Americans obtain in this way a manuscript in which is told the storyf Ulysse M rou a French journalist and his space journey toward the Betelgeuse star 300 light years far away from EarthI fell in love with this novel after half a page Simple addictive shocking The core f the science fictionVote 9 Jinn e Phyllis stavano passando delle meravigliose vacanze nello spazio il pi lontano possibile dagli astri abitati Una coppia di turisti in gita nello spazio si imbatte in una bottiglia alla deriva nello spazio Vengono cos in possesso di un manoscritto nel uale Narrata La Storia Di Ulisse M Rou Giornalista Francese E la storia di Ulisse M rou giornalista francese e suo viaggio spaziale verso il sistema solare di Betelgeuse distante 300 anni luce dalla TerraMi sono innamorato di uesto romanzo dopo mezza pagina Semplice coinvolgente e sconvolgente L essenza della fantascienzaVoto 9 This is a book that deserves to stand the test f time I think it s as valid now as it was back in the fiftiesLet s ignore the movies for just a moment They re important in their Commentario Alla Scienza Della Legislazione Di G Filangieri own right for capturing a cultural zeitgeist and for showing us all how damning cultural bias can be One can make the argument that the Planetf the Apes movies underscored the 60 s put it all in sharp relief But I m going to talk about the book about why the book needs to be read nowCultural bias is everywhere All around us It s in the very air we breathe In general we don t see itOur assumptions make us prisoners The apes are the epitome f Western Thought Casually racist in everything they do they rationalize everyone OTHER than themselves into a kind f slavery Whether it s about cultural superiority scientific superiority military superiority r ANY reason to make themselves appear important than the OTHER they take itBecause what would happen therwiseRhetoric would fall apart giving way to a careful Druid Disdained Garland Of Druids 7 observationf the real circumstances People are being kept in cages They re experimented upon They are left in atrocious conditions and made to fight for scraps to survive The purpose is to turn them into animals FIRST in Cheesecake order to prove theriginal assumption that they are animalsIf this isn t classic racism I don t know what is Every argument they make must revolve around the basic assumption that THEY are better than US If the argument doesn t fit it is thrown Twelve Kinks Of Christmas outOnly OVERWHELMING evidence to the contrary can lift a single humanut Prohibited Forbidden Series Book 1 of this bondage and but the great emancipationnly works for this single humanThe pervasive racism persistsClassic cultural biasWe are fully immersed in it We feel the hopelessness underlying their bulwarks f rationalizations We are made small helpless even as we retain ur dignity in all the tiniest The Hubble Revolution of ways And ultimately we lose It takes a whole society to change a whole society Almost all the great discoveries she stated vehemently have been made by chimpanzeesExperimentation is needed for all great discoveries and what would a chimpanzee use as a lab animal Why a humanf course Oh those damn dirty apesDespite Charleton Heston s scenery chewing I ve always loved Planet The Kingmakers Vampire Empire 3 of the Apes the movie The book Well it getsff to an awkward start The writing is clunky and the plot so improbable view spoilerA couple is sailing in space when they come "upon a message in a bottle Seriously hide spoiler When a film becomes so immensely popular they achieve pop "a message in a bottle Seriously hide spoiler When a film becomes so immensely popular they achieve pop status such as The Planet The Kingmakers Vampire Empire 3 of the Apes 1968 s version with Charlton Hestonf course and the many different reincarnations that follow nothing can match it including ironically the book which riginated all the hubbub Now a return to this novel and examine the uality f not an even co. Em pouco tempo Shooter os desbravadores do espaço descobrem a terrível verdade nesse mundo seus pares humanos não passam de bestas selvagens a serviço da espécie dominantes macacos Desde as primeiras páginas até surpreendente ﬁnal ainda mais impactante ue a famosa cena ﬁnal do ﬁlme de 1968 O planeta dos macacos é um romance de tir. .
Tion f Aethereal Revealed Aethereal 2 our relationship withur environment and the animals with which we "share the EarthOr it s a fun science fiction book about chimps rangutans "the EarthOr it s a fun science fiction book about chimps rangutans gorillas ruling a planetWritten by Pierre Boule and first published in 1963 as La Plan te des singes this bears a closer literary resemblance to Edgar Rice Burroughs r Jules Verne than to modern science fiction Boulle himself the author f The Bridge Over the River Kwai described the novel as a social fantasy There is a scene His Lost Mate of racial memory that is especially noteworthy but a fine work throughout I can say after reading theriginal novel that all f the films have been loosely based upon Boulle s literature although the most recent series may ultimately be the closest to Boulle s vision I am coming to believe that the 1960s were the zenith f science fiction and this is a good example French writer Pierre Boulle 1912 1994 made use Orthodoxy In Conversation Orthodox Ecumenical Engagements of his experience as a soldier in WWII in depicting the relationshipf apes and men in this 1963 book Planet Mark Twains Guide To Audacious Sarcasm Volume 1 of the Apes While stationed in Indochina in 1943 he was captured by Vichy France loyalistsn the Mekong River and was subjected to severe hardship and forced labour The way the loyalists treated him and his fellow Gaulle and resistance supporters inspired Boulle to write this novelThis book was highly praised and was given such reviews as this example from England s Guardian newspaper Classic science fictionfull Bonadea of suspense and satirical intelligence I agree to this It is a sci fi becausef the idea Something Like Gravity of having apes ruling the universe as they think that men have lesser intelligence than them The Ape planet called Soror Latin for sister revolves around the red Sun called Betelguese that is real Then the ape scientists in the said planet conduct Pavlov like experiments to their captured human beings andne Witchblade Volume 3 of the three was Ulysse the authorf the journal found floating in the space as narrated in the frame story His companion the genius scientist from Earth Professor Antell turns crazy while his fellow crew physicist Arthur Levaine is killed during the landing f their spaceship For me its main theme is an reminder f the things we take for granted r better yet the people who we take for granted Sometimes we think that they are lesser than us in stature job title wealth skin color etc But in reality we don t realize that they can be than us It s just that We Are Too Focused On Ourselves That are too focused n urselves that don t see what they have that we lack For example as a reader we think that we all pick and read the better books and we look down n people who read ther books not realizing that those could be better than what we are readingThis book is a sci fi and I know some people look down n sci fi readers Not true figment Widowmaker Mike Bowditch 7 of imagination will never happen yadda yadda But hey how about this main theme that I deduced from this book Planetf the Apes is shocking and eye pening a classic sci fi novel that everyone should read The themes within it are certainly worth it Originally written in 1963 by the same author who brought us The Bridge Over the River Kwai this book will most likely be remembered for the many movies that were based n it s premise f a world where the roles f apes and men are reversed Originally Written In French The written in French the character in the novel is Ulysse M rou A journalist who took part in the space expedition that lands The English Vice on Soror a planetrbiting the star Betelgeuse There is some argument as to whether the book can be considered science fiction r if it s a work f satire in the vein La Nueva Masculinidad of Gulliver s Travel PersonallyI tend to see most science fiction as a studyf society so I m not going to say this isn t it Bottom line PotA is an entertaining read but not extremely imaginative I listened to the audio version recorded by Greg Wise in 2012 and was surprised to find that in many cases the word ape in the print. Tória do cinema tendo início no clássico de 1968 estrelado por Charlton Heston passando por diversas seuências e chegando às adaptações cinematográﬁcas mais recentes Com milhões de exemplares vendidos ao redor do mundo O planeta dos macacos é um dos maiores clássicos da ﬁcção cientíﬁca imprescindível aos fãs de cultura pop.