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Childhood's End and The Rule of the Overlords

Summary: This essay is about the rule of the overlords and the significance in the book, Childhood's End, written by Arthur C. Clarke.
"The Space Race," as it was dubbed, was underway. United States' scientist, Reinhold Hoffmann, as well as Russian scientist, Konrad Schneider was working hard to try to beat the other into space. The year was nineteen forty-five and the United States was neck and neck with Russia to get into space first (prologue). The coming of the Overlords was best described as "great ships of overwhelming majesty...he could hear the faint scream of their passage through the thin air of the stratosphere (page 11)."

In the many years that the Overlords watched over Earth, they brought about peace and, ironically, boredom. Without having poverty and war, there was nothing else left to do. People spent their time in school, studying whatever they wanted. A law, the Cruelty to Animals Order, was passed and strictly enforced. This was shown in Spain. A bullfight...

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