"Earthsong" by Victor Kelleher - A Review Essay | "Earthsong" by Victor Kelleher - A Review

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"Earthsong" by Victor Kelleher - A Review

Summary: A book review of Victor Kelleher's novel "Earthsong", involving the book's themes of the equality of all living beings and genetic engineering. Keywords: science, science fiction, genetics, evolution
The Australian author Victor Kelleher wrote the novel "Earthsong". He was born in London in 1939, but moved to Africa at an early age, then to New Zealand. There he began to write, prompted by homesickness for Africa. In 1976, he moved to Australia, and eventually became an Australian citizen. During the first thirty years of his life, the discovery of the structure of DNA was made, paving the way for gene splicing, and genetic engineering. These scientific advances influenced the author's writing, especially in "Earthsong", as it is the leading issue in the concept of the book.

The main theme of "Earthsong" is the equality of all living beings. The novel teaches that all creatures are one and the same, and that all should be treated equally. The robot character, Walter is the being that expresses this value the most. "Lotto voi-voi-voices allah seam...

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