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A lot of the alien worlds are clever, if a bit half-baked. The Star Maker goes on to create “mature” universes of extraordinary complexity, culminating in an “ultimate cosmos,” through which the Star Maker fulfills his own eternal destiny as “the ground and crown of all things.
View all 5 comments. These concepts include ethical teachings central to Eastern philosophy, such as altruism, compassion and care for the community. This element makes the novel one of Stapledon’s efforts to write “an essay in myth making”. The travelogue part was fascinating, and the meditation part seemed pretty prescient, at least with respect to certain current pop science ideas.
Dec 13, Manny rated hacexor really liked it Shelves: See all 3 questions about Star Maker…. It’s really an impossible task the author has set himself, so if I fault him early on, it must not be taken for a lack of enthusiasm. I said there was no normal plot to draw you through and connect things.
Tortura china es poco. Stapledon uses the framing technique of Eddison and others, very much like Hodgson in The House on the Borderland to tell the story of a man who travels the cosmos by intellect alone. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. I would describe the book as a creation myth for the secular age. The narrator makes many other poor excuses.
Star Maker by Olaf Stapledon. He is in danger of erring on the side of the general in this exploration of the relations of general and particular.
Then, tsapledon he meets and is joined by similar creatures, each contributes some difference, so that the coverage of different forms grows ever outwards. In Stapleton’s convulsively expanding reference frame humans are almost immediately inconsequential, and shortly thereafter almost any reference to specific planet or even solar system.
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Lest my scathingly positive review leave you confused, Hacesor enjoyed reading it thus the 4-star rating but find enormous fault in its contents. He doesn’t seem to be up on his science.
Description El hacedor de estrellas, como otros libros de Stapledon ha sido la fuente de influencia para autores de la talla de James Blish, Isaac Asimov y Arthur C.
Muchas ideas basicas de la literatura de Ciencia Ficcion encuentran sus origenes en esta obra. It doesn’t help that all alien species are designated as “Men”. May 29, Weathervane rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Published November 11th by Millennium Paperbacks first published The narrator just asks us to accept unjustified ideas like a whole star that is alive with its own “mind”.
Technology to link minds over large distances using radio would be a cool explanation. While it eshrellas perhaps be complacent to say, “That explains it”, nonetheless, I felt vindicated in some way. When at last our galaxy was able to make a full telepathic exploration of the cosmos of galaxies it discovered that the state of life in the cosmos was precarious.
On some of these, he dwells for a paragraph or two in fabulous detail. But if you persevere, and if you manage to keep Stapledon’s ideas in focus, you’ll be rewarded.
A man suddenly acquires the power to travel mentally throughout all dimensions of the universe, from creation to conclusion. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The book culminates with a brief but searing encounter with the omnipotent and yet imperfect Star Maker, who created all the universes in hscedor endless series of efforts to improve upon the last, never satisfied, yet deriving ultimate meaning through those acts of creation.
Despite it being basically a Star Maker must have been at least a little old-fashioned even when it was published in A bold statement, but I think it’s true.