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REVIEW Dune By Frank Herbert Frank Herbert â 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ✓ Dune By Frank Herbert Here is the novel that will be forever considered a triumph of the imagination Set on the desert planet Arrakis Dune is the story of the boy Paul Atreides who would become the mysterio. There s a characteristically witty essay by Borges about a man who rewrites Don uixote many centuries after Cervantes He publishes a novel with the same title containing the same words in the same order But as Borges shows you the different cultural context means it s a completely new book What was once trite and commonplace is now daring and new and vice versa It just happens to look like Cervantes s masterpieceSimilarly imagine the man who was brave or stupid enough to rewrite Dune in the early 21st century Like many people who grew up in the 60s and 70s I read the book in my early teens What an amazing story Those kick ass Fremen All those cool weird sounding names and expressions they use They even have a useful glossary in the back The disgusting corrupt slimy Harkonnens don t you just love to hate them When former aristo turned desert guerilla fighter Paul Muad Dib rides in on a sandworm at the end to fight the evil Baron and his vicious cruel nephew of course you re cheering for him Who the hell wouldn t beSo that was the Dune we know and love but the man who rewrote it now would get a rather different reception Oh my God These Fremen who obviously speak Arabic live on a desert planet which supplies the Universe with melange a commodity essential to the Galactic economy and in particular to transport Not a very subtle way to say oil They are tough uncompromising fighters who are uite happy to use suicide bombing as a tactic They re led by a charismatic former rich kid OK we get who you mean who inspires them to rise up against the corrupt degenerate um does he mean Westerners Or only the US And who is Baron Harkonnen intended to be I m racking my brains Dubya doesn t uite seem to fit but surely he means someone Unless of course he s just a generic stereotype who stands for the immoral sexually obsessed West This is frightening What did we do to make Frank al Herbert hate us so much You d have people not even necessarily right wingers appearing on TV to say that the book was dangerous and should be banned at the very least it incites racial hatred and openly encourages terrorism But translations would sell brilliantly in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia and a bad movie version would soon be made in TurkeyI honestly don t think Herbert meant any of that but today it s almost impossible not to wonder If anyone reading this review is planning to rewrite The Tale of Benjamin Bunny you d better make sure you get your timing right Who knows how it will be interpreted five years from now Tycoon kick ass Fremen All those cool weird sounding names and expressions they use They even have a useful glossary in the back The disgusting corrupt slimy Harkonnens don t you just love to hate them When former aristo turned desert guerilla fighter Paul Muad Dib rides in on a sandworm at the end to fight the evil Baron and his vicious cruel nephew of course you re cheering for him Who the hell wouldn t beSo that was the Dune we The Pfeiffer Book of Successful Team-Building Tools know and love but the man who rewrote it now would get a rather different reception Oh my God These Fremen who obviously speak Arabic live on a desert planet which supplies the Universe with melange a commodity essential to the Galactic economy and in particular to transport Not a very subtle way to say oil They are tough uncompromising fighters who are uite happy to use suicide bombing as a tactic They re led by a charismatic former rich Ultimate taboo 18 BOOK FORBIDDEN BOX SET kid OK we get who you mean who inspires them to rise up against the corrupt degenerate um does he mean Westerners Or only the US And who is Baron Harkonnen intended to be I m racking my brains Dubya doesn t uite seem to fit but surely he means someone Unless of course he s just a generic stereotype who stands for the immoral sexually obsessed West This is frightening What did we do to make Frank al Herbert hate us so much You d have people not even necessarily right wingers appearing on TV to say that the book was dangerous and should be banned at the very least it incites racial hatred and openly encourages terrorism But translations would sell brilliantly in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia and a bad movie version would soon be made in TurkeyI honestly don t think Herbert meant any of that but today it s almost impossible not to wonder If anyone reading this review is planning to rewrite The Tale of Benjamin Bunny you d better make sure you get your timing right Who Merry Christmas knows how it will be interpreted five years from now

REVIEW Dune By Frank Herbert

REVIEW Dune By Frank Herbert Frank Herbert â 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ✓ Dune By Frank Herbert Us man known as Muad'Dib He would avenge the traitorous plot against his noble family and would bring to fruition humankind's most ancient and unattainable dream A stunning blend of ad. LOOK DAMN IT OMGMel I was so worried that I wouldn t understand a thing in this book I will admit there are some things that went over my head but for the most part I figured it out I remember a billion and 65 years ago I watched the movie and was like what the Basically all I remember is Sting and sandworms I would love to watch it again and see if I understand it after reading the book I m still not sure what all the spices were about on Arrakis I keep thinking it s like their farming like we would farm corn or tobacco etc I could be wrong and I didn t get the connection between the spice and the sandworms Is it like a drug to them I did read in the back of the book that is was like a drug when taken in small uantities and really addictive when taken in large uantities and that Muad Did felt his prophesies were because of the spice I liked Duke Leto and I hated that he was betrayed not long after they got to Arrakis There is always some twat out there causing trouble I really enjoyed Paul s character and his mother Jessica They seemed like really strong people and adapted very well in everything they were put through I didn t really pay too much attention to the other characters or I guess I should say I didn t have many thoughts about them With the exception of the ones that betrayed them I really enjoyed when Paul and Jessica had to travel to get away from the evil Baron Harkonnen before they were killed too I don t know why but I enjoyed their little journey I think they were both great in their roles when they were found by the Freman and showed they were a force to be reckoned with Now maybe I m getting this all wrong but I m trying to tell it through the way I saw it in my mind I don t understand how Paul s sister Alia was an abomination That one must have went over my head too It might have had something to do with the poison Jessica took to become the Reverend Mother I m not sure but I know some of my goodreads friends that read this will get me sorted out Other than the sandworms and traitorous people on Arrakis I was most freaked out by the thought of the water issue I would NOT was to live somewhere there was a water shortage And the part where they were talking about selling foot water I can t even Which basically means your stinky foot sweat Overall I really liked the book I enjoyed traipsing through this desert with Paul and his mother Only in book form though not in real life Since they are doing re makes of about a million different movies I wish they would re make this one because I think it would be really awesome I would like to see this land come to life in today s time I don t know if I m going to continue with the series as I have heard this is the best one and the others get confusing But I would like to see how Paul is as a ruler and what all happens to them or maybe not depending on what all happens If anyone can answer any of the things I was confused with that would be helpful Also I have seen some pictures on here of this really cool Dune book with art in it Does anyone have a link of where to get that book or is it still available Thank you MY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading List

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REVIEW Dune By Frank Herbert Frank Herbert â 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ✓ Dune By Frank Herbert Venture and mysticism environmentalism and politics Dune won the first Nebula Award shared the Hugo Award and formed the basis of what is undoubtedly the grandest epic in science ficti. People often forget that this series is what innovated our modern concept of science fiction up until Neuromancer and The Martix at least Dune took the Space Opera and asked if it might be than spandex dildo shaped rockets and scantily clad green women Herbert created a vast and complex system of ancient spatial politics and peoples then set them at one another s throats over land money and drugsDune is often said to relate to Sci Fi in the same way that Tolkien relates to Fantasy I d say that as far as paradigm shift this is widely true Both entered genres generally filled with the odd childish and ridiculous and injected a literary sensibility which affected all subseuent authorsFew will challenge the importance of Star Wars effect on film and storytelling in general but without Dune there would be no Star Wars Princess Alia the desert planet the Spice the Bene Gesserit and Leto II all have direct descendants in the movies It is unfortunate that Lucas seems to have forgotten in these later years that his best genius was pilfered from Herbert Campbell and KurosawaThough I have heard that the later books do not capture the same eclectic energy as the first Dune itself is simply one of the most original and unusual pieces of Sci Fi ever written Read it Starship Troopers Ringworld Neuromancer and Snowcrash and you ll know everything you need to about Sci Fi that you want

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