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Oryx and Crake a novel

The narrator of Atwood's riveting novel calls himself Snowman. When the story opens, he is sleeping in a tree, wearing an old bedsheet, mourning the loss of his beloved Oryx and his best friend Crake, and slowly starving to death. He searches for supplies in a wasteland where insects proliferate and pigoons and wolvogs ravage the pleeblands, where ordinary people once lived, and the Compounds that sheltered the extraordinary. As he tries to piece together what has taken place, the narrative shifts to decades earlier. How did everything fall apart so quickly? Why is he left with nothing but his haunting memories? Alone except for the green-eyed Children of Crake, who think of him as a kind of monster, he explores the answers to these questions in the double journey he takes - into his own past, and back to Crake's high-tech bubble-dome, where the Paradice Project unfolded and the world came to grief.

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  • "Oryx and Cracke"@pl
  • "Oryx & Crake"@en
  • "Oryx & Crake"@sv
  • "Oryx and Crake"@ja
  • "Gab bags"
  • "Sto trideset i četiri male priće o hraniu"
  • "後基因改造的文明廢墟"
  • "Hou ji yin gai zao de wen ming fei xu"

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  • "The narrator of Atwood's riveting novel calls himself Snowman. When the story opens, he is sleeping in a tree, wearing an old bedsheet, mourning the loss of his beloved Oryx and his best friend Crake, and slowly starving to death. He searches for supplies in a wasteland where insects proliferate and pigoons and wolvogs ravage the pleeblands, where ordinary people once lived, and the Compounds that sheltered the extraordinary. As he tries to piece together what has taken place, the narrative shifts to decades earlier. How did everything fall apart so quickly? Why is he left with nothing but his haunting memories? Alone except for the green-eyed Children of Crake, who think of him as a kind of monster, he explores the answers to these questions in the double journey he takes - into his own past, and back to Crake's high-tech bubble-dome, where the Paradice Project unfolded and the world came to grief."@en
  • "Snowman, the narrator, is sleeping in a tree when the novel opens. He is wearning an old bedsheet, is mourning the loss of his beloved Oryx and his best fiend Crake and slowly starving to death. He tries to sort things out and flashes back to earlier decades."@en
  • "Snowman is sleeping in a tree, mourning the loss of his beloved Oryx and his best friend Crake, and slowly starving to death. He searches for supplies in a wasteland where insects proliferate and pigoons and wolvogs ravage the Pleeblands where ordinary people once lived, and in the Compounds that sheltered the extraordinary. He tries to piece together what has taken place. Why is he left with nothing but his haunting memories? Alone except for the green-eyed Children of Crake, who think of him as a kind of monster, he explores the answers to these questions in the double journey he takes - into his own past, and back to Crake's high-tech bubble dome, where the Paradice Project unfolded and the world came to grief."@en
  • "As the story opens, the narrator, who calls himself Snowman, is sleeping in a tree, wearing a dirty old bed sheet, mourning the loss of his beautiful and beloved Oryx and his best friend Crake, and slowly starving to death. In a world in which science-based corporations have recently taken mankind on an uncontrolled genetic-engineering ride, he now searches for supplies in a wasteland."
  • "A lonely man who is slowly starving to death in a wilderness populated by insects and strange new animals tries to recall his past and how the Paradice Project led him to this states."@en
  • "As the story opens, the narrator, who calls himself Snowman, is sleeping in a tree, wearing a dirty old bedsheet, mourning the loss of his beautiful and beloved Oryx and his best friend Crake, and slowly starving to death. In a world in which science-based corporations have recently taken mankind on an uncontrolled genetic-engineering ride, he now searches for supplies in a wasteland. Insects proliferate and pigoons and wolvogs ravage the Pleeblands, where ordinary people once lived, and the Compounds that sheltered the extraordinary. As he tries to piece together what has taken place, the narrative shifts to decades earlier. How did everything fall apart so quickly? Why is Snowman left with nothing but his bizarre memories -- alone except for the more-than-perfect, green-eyed Children of Crake, who think of him as a kind of monster? He explores the answers to these questions in the double journey he takes -- into his own past and back to Crake's high-tech bubble dome, where the Paradice Project unfolded and the world came to grief."
  • "A lonely man who is slowly starving to death in a wilderness populated by insects and strange new animals tries to recall his past and how the Paradice Project led him to this state."@en
  • "With the same stunning blend of prophecy and social satire she brought to her classic The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood gives us a keenly prescient novel about the future of humanity-and its present. Humanity here equals Snowman, and in Snowman's recollections Atwood re-creates a time much like our own, when a boy named Jimmy loved an elusive, damaged girl called Oryx and a sardonic genius called Crake. But now Snowman is alone, and as we learn why we also learn about a world that could become ours one day."
  • ""Jimmy, perhaps the last living human unaltered by science, struggles for survival in a post-apocalyptic world as he tries to make sense of how everything went wrong, morns the loss of his beloved Oryx...considers the role of his genius friend Crake who had been working a formula for immortality at the RejoovenEsenseCompound.""@en
  • "La autora utliza una buena dosis de agudeza, ironía y humor negro aspi como una gran cantiadad de documentación, para elaborar esta obra sobre un mundo no tan feliz como cabría desear, una ficción especulativa que se aproxima de forma escandalosa a nuestro presente..."
  • "Oryx and Crake is at once an unforgettable love story and a compelling vision of the future. Snowman, known as Jimmy before mankind was overwhelmed by a plague, is struggling to survive in a world where he may be the last human, and mourning the loss of his best friend, Crake, and the beautiful and elusive Oryx whom they both loved. In search of answers, Snowman embarks on a journey--with the help of the green-eyed Children of Crake--through the lush wilderness that was so recently a great city, until powerful corporations took mankind on an uncontrolled genetic engineering ride. Margaret Atwood projects us into a near future that is both all too familiar and beyond our imagining.From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "A lonely man, who is slowly starving to death in a wilderness populated by insects and strange new animals, tries to recall his past and how the Paradice Project led him to this state."@en
  • "Oryx and Crake is at once an unforgettable love story and a compelling vision of the future. Snowman, known as Jimmy before mankind was overwhelmed by a plague, is struggling to survive in a world where he may be the last human, and mourning the loss of his best friend, Crake, and the beautiful and elusive Oryx whom they both loved. In search of answers, Snowman embarks on a journey?with the help of the green-eyed Children of Crake?through the lush wilderness that was so recently a great city, until powerful corporations took mankind on an uncontrolled genetic engineering ride. Margaret Atwood projects us into a near future that is both all too familiar and beyond our imagining.From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "In Atwood's novel of the future, the narrator, Snowman, mourns the loss of his companions Oryx and Crake as he, himself, slowly starves in a wasteland once the home of people and now the home of insects, pigoons and wolvogs. Snowman tries to understand the events that led to the decline of the world he knew."
  • "Oryx and Crake is at once an unforgettable love story and a compelling vision of the future. Snowman, known as Jimmy before mankind was overwhelmed by a plague, is struggling to survive in a world where he may be the last human, and mourning the loss of his best friend, Crake, and the beautiful and elusive Oryx whom they both loved. In search of answers, Snowman embarks on a journey'with the help of the green-eyed Children of Crake'through the lush wilderness that was so recently a great city, until powerful corporations took mankind on an uncontrolled genetic engineering ride. Margaret Atwood projects us into a near future that is both all too familiar and beyond our imagining. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "A novel of the future explores a world that has been devastated by ecological and scientific disasters."
  • "A novel of the future explores a world that has been devastated by ecological and scientific disasters."@en
  • "Pigs might not fly but they are strangely altered. So, for that matter, are wolves and racoons. A man, once named Jimmy, lives in a tree, wrapped in old bedsheets, now calls himself Snowman. The voice of Oryx, the woman he loved, teasingly haunts him. And the green-eyed Children of Crake are, for some reason, his responsibility."
  • "Snowman may be the only survivor of an unnamed apocalypse. Once he was Jimmy, a member of a scientific elite; now he lives in isolation and loneliness, trawling through the past - the disappearance of his mother and the arrival of his mysterious childhood companions Oryx and Crake."
  • "The narrator, who calls himself Snowman, is mourning the loss of his beloved Oryx and his best friend Crake, and slowly starving to death. In a world in which science-based corporations have recently taken mankind on an uncontrolled genetic-engineering ride, he now searches for supplies in a wasteland. Insects proliferate and pigoons and wolvogs ravage the Pleeblands, where ordinary people once lived, and the Compounds that sheltered the extraordinary. As he tries to piece together what has taken place, the narrative shifts to decades earlier. How did everything fall apart so quickly? Why is Snowman left with nothing but his bizarre memories - alone except for the more-than-perfect, green-eyed Children of Crake, who think of him as a kind of monster?"@en
  • ""Oryx and Crake is at once an unforgettable love story and a compelling vision of the future. Snowman, known as Jimmy before mankind was overwhelmed by a plague, is struggling to survive in a world where he may be the last human, and mourning the loss of his best friend, Crake, and the beautiful and elusive Oryx whom they both loved. In search of answers, Snowman embarks on a journey--with the help of the green-eyed Children of Crake--through the lush wilderness that was so recently a great city, until powerful corporations took mankind on an uncontrolled genetic engineering ride. Margaret Atwood projects us into a near future that is both all too familiar and beyond our imagining." -- Back cover."

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  • "Powieść kanadyjska"@pl
  • "Psychological fiction"
  • "Psychological fiction"@en
  • "Literatura i medicina"
  • "Science Fiction"
  • "Genres littéraires"
  • "Parables"@en
  • "Uncorrected proofs (Printing)"@en
  • "Dystopias"
  • "Dystopias"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Advance copies (Publishing)"@en
  • "Vědecko-fantastické romány"
  • "Canadian fiction (English)"
  • "Large type books"@en
  • "Book club kit"@en
  • "Canadian fiction"@en
  • "Love stories"@en
  • "Love stories"
  • "Kanadské romány (anglicky)"
  • "Science fiction"
  • "Science fiction"@en
  • "Science fiction novels"
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Powieść kanadyjska w języku angielskim"

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  • "Oryx and Crake a novel"@en
  • "Oryx and Crake a novel"
  • "Oryx and crake"@en
  • "Oryx and crake"
  • "Oryx kai kreïk"
  • "Oryx and Crake A Novel"@en
  • "Oryx og Crake"
  • "Gazela i Kosac"
  • "Oryx and Crake [large print] : a novel"@en
  • "Oryks i derkacz"
  • "Oryks i Derkacz"
  • "Oryks i Derkacz"@pl
  • "末世男女"
  • "Orikusu to kureiku"@ja
  • "Orikusu to kureiku"
  • "Oryx and Crake"@en
  • "Oryx and Crake"
  • "Orüks ja Ruik"
  • "Mo shi nan nu : hou ji yin gai zao de wen ming fei xu"
  • "Orix and crake"
  • "Oryx and crake : a novel"@en
  • "Gazela i kosac"
  • "Oryx e Crake"
  • "オリクスとクレイク"
  • "Přežívá nejsmutnější"
  • "Oryx and Crake: a novel"@en
  • "Mo shi nan nü"
  • "Oryx og Crake : roman"@da
  • "Oryx og Crake : roman"
  • "Oryx and the crake"@en
  • "Oryx and crake Book 1 of the MaddAddam Trilogy"@en
  • "Oriksa un Kreiks"
  • "Oryx ja Crake"@fi
  • "Oryx ja Crake"
  • "ORYX AND CRAKE"
  • "Oryx and Crake, a novel"
  • "Oryx y Crake"
  • "Oryx y Crake"@es
  • "Oryx and Crake : a novel"
  • "Oryx and Crake : a novel"@en
  • "Oryx och Crake"
  • "Oryx och Crake"@sv
  • "Baz ve-Niʼalah"
  • "Oryx y crake"
  • "Zadnji Clovek"
  • "Oriksė ir Griežlys"
  • "Onyx and Crake"
  • "Mo shi nan nu"
  • "Oryx & Crake"
  • "Oryx and Crake [a Gab bag for book discussion groups]"
  • "末卋男女 : 後基因改造的文明廃墟"
  • "Le dernier homme / Margaret Atwood ; traduit de l'anglais (Canada) par Michèle Albaret-Maatsch"
  • "Le dernier homme"
  • "Zadnji človek"@sl
  • "Zadnji človek"

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