Oms en série

Oms en s rie Que sont devenus les hommes Les survivants du grand cataclysme ont t recueillis par les draags g ants bleus aux yeux rouges qui les ont emmen s sur leur plan te o le temps s coule beaucoup plus len

  • Title: Oms en série
  • Author: Stefan Wul
  • ISBN: 9782070415601
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Que sont devenus les hommes Les survivants du grand cataclysme ont t recueillis par les draags, g ants bleus aux yeux rouges, qui les ont emmen s sur leur plan te, o le temps s coule beaucoup plus lentement que sur la Terre.Asservis, domestiqu s, ils sont devenus des oms, des tres d g n r s au service de leurs nouveaux ma tres.Mais peu peu, men s par le jeune Terr,Que sont devenus les hommes Les survivants du grand cataclysme ont t recueillis par les draags, g ants bleus aux yeux rouges, qui les ont emmen s sur leur plan te, o le temps s coule beaucoup plus lentement que sur la Terre.Asservis, domestiqu s, ils sont devenus des oms, des tres d g n r s au service de leurs nouveaux ma tres.Mais peu peu, men s par le jeune Terr, petit om d une intelligence sup rieure, ils retrouveront le go t de la libert et affirmeront leur humanit face aux draags.

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    1. Kuulsat ulmemultifilmi "La Planete Sauvage" on ilmselt paljud näinud. Omamoodi kurjoosumina on see film isegi olemas eestikeelse dublaaziga. Ning kuigi film ilmus 73 aastal ja raamat juba 50nendatel (ei viitsinud täpsemalt kontrollida) tehti teose tõlge ingliskeelde alles 2010 aastal. Igaljuhul on filmiga kõige tugevamalt seotud teose esimene pool ehk Terri noorus ja mehistumine (ka seal on väikesi kõrvalepõikeid ja suuremaid-väiksemaid erinevusi). Lõpp on juba hoopis teine ning ühelpo [...]

    2. Despite some cool concepts and interesting (if poorly crafted) imagery, this book was awful.Reason the first: the writing was just bad. the author waffles between overwrought, confusing metaphors used to describe small details and single sentences used to describe entire civilizations. The dialogue is unnatural, but not in an interesting, "oh they are speaking an alien language," way. He also shifts at random in a few spots to using very modern-earth-based similes which unnecessarily and incongr [...]

    3. The animated film based on this book is one of the greatest science fiction movies ever made, and for that reason, it was quite interesting to read the book that inspired the film. Unfortunately the book reads more like a synopsis of a sci-fi epic than an actual novel. The scope of the narrative is quite large while the pace of the action is presto allegro while little or no background is given for any of the characters except the protagonist - whom we still know very little about. The writing i [...]

    4. Deux choses positives à retenir: l'idée des hommes comme animaux de compagnies du race extra-terrestres plus évoluées et le temps relatif à la biologie des espèces.Au-delà de ça, tout va beaucoup trop vite, il n'y a quasiment pas de background, on parle finalement peu des draags (je n'ai toujours pas d'image précise d'eux en tête) ni des autres espèces animales. Dommage

    5. Most will be familiar with Stefan Wul's Oms en série through the animated film adaptation released in 1973, La planète sauvage to French speakers, Fantastic Planet to English speakers. It's certainly how I discovered this book. And while I thought the film was fine for what it was: a beautifully animated and drawn film with some truly fantastic designs and an interesting premise, I felt it was lacking in almost every other regard. I was hoping the book it was based on could provide me with som [...]

    6. Fantastic Planet is a short novel about two opposing groups, the ruling Traag’s and the subordinate Om’s which are taken from Earth by the Traag’s after the stagnation of their civilizations and intelligence to be kept as pets. They later break free of their captivity and after much adventure become an equal race alongside the Traag’s. How charming. Fans of the animated movie version may be disappointed. The storyline is similar at the beginning, but quickly diverges from the films plot. [...]

    7. A 2010 translation ( the first time ever in English) of the 1950's Novel (entitled Oms En Serie) which was made into the 1973 cult classic animated film La Planete Sauvage ( Fantastic Planet) is difficult to give this allegory/novel a fair chance reading it nearly 60 years after its initial publication. it has such a simplistic and small story and plot, but that is its point. It is an allegory of race relations, ethnic conflict and societal genocide.Humanity, or what's left of it, has been broug [...]

    8. Dans ce roman simple, il y a l'histoire de les etrangers d'espace s'appelle les Draags ("Traags" dans le film "La Planete Sauvage") et leur animaux familiers (mais ces animaux est, en réalité, les hommes - ou "Oms" - qui est tres petit pres de les Draags). Quand l'Om de un petit Draag s'appelle Tiwa a disparu, il etait tres malheureuse mais pour l'Om Terr, l'adventure est commencer! Il se reunit avec un autre om s'appelle Brave, qui est le patron d'une troupe des Oms savauge, qui habitent dans [...]

    9. I first saw Fantastic Planet, the extremely trippy animated film based on this book when I was, I believe, in middle school. I at last decided to check and see if my local library had a copy of the novel. Some of the elements of the story were changed quite a bit for the movie, which was interesting.However, I think this edition should really have had a better editor. The formatting of it was inconsistent, and there were many typos and spelling errors. Sometimes the "flow" of the text felt very [...]

    10. Loved the animated film when I first saw it in 1984, waited for decades for an English translation of the French novel that inspired it. I was hoping the book would reveal subtleties of the storyline or other intangibles of the imagination that a movie can't leave to chance, but I was disappointed. At times tedious (even for a 154-page book), there's no real character development or depth to anything that occurs, it's more like a timeline of events. I was intrigued as a fan of the film, but disa [...]

    11. I haven't watched the film. Something appears to have been lost in the English translation of this, as sometimes there is awkward vocabluary and grammar.This seems too simple and unfinished. There was no plot twist, it was purely exposition>falling action, I was waiting for something to happen. Maybe the film will improve my opinion, but the only meaningful idea mentioned here that I spotted was:"We are only accountable to ourselves, and we can only rely on ourselves"

    12. What sets this book apart from many of its contemporaries in science fiction is that an award winning animated film was made (haven't seen it yet) Outside of that, this is on par with a fair amount of the science fiction of this caliber. It had moments but just felt rushed a overly simple towards the novels end.

    13. Simple concept, great ideas but pretty juvenile. The writing seems to have been lost a bit in the translation to English. The animated film is how this story was meant to be portrayed I believe. Okay book, not fantastic.

    14. The first part was great and very much like the wonderful film. Part two and three were not. A bit disappointing as I absolutely love the film that was based on this book.

    15. The film adaptation is superior. The only inventiveness is the historical allegory. The quality of the writing is rambling and shallow. But the basic narrative concept weakly held my interest.

    16. Des idées superbes mais je trouve qu'on est tout de suite jetés dans l'histoire. J'aurais aimé plus de description de cet autre monde, plutôt que de tout de suite aller dans l'action.

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