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Omnilingual

By: H. Beam Piper
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Omnilingual" is a sci?nc? fiction short story writt?n by H. B?am Pip?r. This comp?lling narrativ? is r?nown?d for its focus on archa?ology, linguistics, and th? qu?st for knowl?dg?. S?t on th? plan?t Mars, th? story r?volv?s around th? ?fforts of a group of sci?ntists and archa?ologists to d?ciph?r an anci?nt Martian civilization's languag?. Th? sci?ntists, l?d by Martha Dan?, un?arth Martian artifacts, including books and inscriptions, from a long-lost Martian city. Th?ir goal is to unlock th? s?cr?ts of this anci?nt cultur?, but th?y fac? significant chall?ng?s du? to th? vast diff?r?nc?s b?tw??n Martian and human languag?s. As th? t?am painstakingly d?ciph?rs th? Martian script and docum?nts, th?y grappl? with linguistic puzzl?s and cultural nuanc?s. Th?ir journ?y is a t?stam?nt to human curiosity, d?t?rmination, and th? univ?rsal pursuit of und?rstanding. Ultimat?ly, th?ir ?fforts culminat? in a br?akthrough that r?v?als k?y asp?cts of th? Martian civilization's history and cultur?. "Omnilingual" is c?l?brat?d for its ?mphasis on th? importanc? of pr?s?rving and d?coding anci?nt languag?s and th? knowl?dg? th?y hold. H. B?am Pip?r's story highlights th? valu? of archa?ology and linguistics in uncov?ring th? myst?ri?s of lost civilizations. It also und?rscor?s th? id?a that sci?ntific curiosity is a univ?rsal trait that transc?nds tim? and spac?.

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About Author

H. Beam Piper

American science fiction author Henry Beam Piper lived from March 23, 1904, through November 6, 1964. His lengthy Terro-Human Future History trilogy and a more condensed collection of "Paratime" alternate history novellas are his most well-known works. His name is listed as "Horace Beam Piper" in another source, along with a different death date. "Henry Beam Piper," it states on his tombstone. Piper may have contributed to some of the confusion when he stated that the H stood for Horace, leading some to believe that he did it because he disliked his name. The majority of Piper's education came through self-learning; he did not "submit myself to the absurd pain of four years in the unpleasant constraints of a raccoon coat" in order to learn science and history. He started working as a worker at the Pennsylvania Railroad's Altoona yards in Pennsylvania when he was 18 years old. He also worked for the railroad as a night watchman. When Piper's career appeared to be in trouble in 1964, he killed himself because he was afraid to ask for help and because he adhered to libertarian principles. The last entry in his diary was dated November 5, and his Pennsylvania death certificate states that his body was discovered on November 8. The precise date of his passing is unknown.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 44Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359324426
  • ISBN-13:9789359324425
  • Item Weight: 66g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 2.95mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Science / General