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Refresh and try again. Dec 21, Bill S. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. A must-read for fans of science fiction.
Society has only recently advanced to the point where it is able to excavate the ruins of prior nightfalls and predict the coming nightfall. To the non scientific mind, unknown phenomena can be a source of plentiful pitfalls and problems.
As the first Asimov story i ever had the chance to read, and probably one of the first real Sci-Fi novellas, i was approaching this book with suspicion at first. Psychology is at a loss, as demonstrated by a local theme park attraction which is nothing more than a tunnel that keeps riders in darkness for 15 minutes, resulting in several breakdowns.
The religious part of the story “The Cult” which some kind of forms the conflict of religion vs science in the story believes that “Things called stars ” appear and people go mad because of them! The waiting inside the narrative made me very nervous. He also wrote mysteries and fantasy, as well as a great amount of nonfiction.
Except, once every 2, years when all the suns are eclipsed. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I am deeply impressed by this sci-fi short by Isaac Asimov from Jun 01, Mina Soare rated it it was amazing Recommended to Mina by: Or just enjoy the story. Alternatively, scientists piece together its possibility and predict the world will go mad by burning their homes down to create light.
The texts tell a tale of catastrophes that happened when the world turned to darkness at a previous time. Implausible concept, characters colorless, too numerous, confusing beginning, too long.
Desperate for light, they fall into madness and set the world on fire. All of current societies are also run similarly you could say. Psychology is at a loss, as dem I did not finish this book simply because I wasn’t in the mood for a thoughtful study of what nightfall would mean to a planet with 6 suns. And let’s be grateful we are used to day AND night!
Considering it was written in by a 21 year old, it is a remarkable feat. This is exactly the type of science fiction novel I love. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Aug 12, Jerry Jose rated it really liked it.
A lot of people have a hard time with this story because they can’t see the parallel with our world and they can’t imagine a world so similar and yet so different from our own. Lagash-ians have never experienced any darkness during their recorded history of civilization and the system of six suns is pretty much their accepted universe in its entirety.
The world goes mad. I like his definition of Favorite books.
You see the night sky. Books by Isaac Asimov. Short and cai, don’t read after dark, strongly recommend. They think that the darkness will bring chaos to them, their downfall. This is said to be the classic science fiction short story.
To ask other readers questions about Nightfallplease sign up. Oct 26, Calr. There even seems to be a novel that was based on this story and was apparently written with the approval of Isaac Asimov. Um conto que faz jus a fama da Asimov: Jun 09, F. Want to Read saving…. Okay, the idea of a cult integrating knowledge about the cycle into a holy text is neat, but that’s about it.
Cair da Noite by Isaac Asimov.
In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Aug 28, Peter Tillman rated it really liked it Shelves: Asimov was a long-time member and Vice President of Mensa International, albeit reluctantly; he described some members of that organization as “brain-proud and aggressive about their IQs” He took more joy in being president of the American Humanist Association.
Most of Asimov’s popularized science books explain scientific concepts in a historical way, going as far back as possible to a time when the science in question was at its simplest stage.
I like his definition of Favorite books.
And he knows that they have reached the end of another year cycle. It’s full of mystery with an undercurrent of horror.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Just as I get into them, they end. Theremon is a journalist who investigates some outrageous rumors that are circulated by the scientists of Saro University. This story was written in answer to a quote attributed to poet Ralph Waldo Emerson: