Sci Fi / Fantasy Discussion Group - The Three-Body Problem
Date(s) - 04/15/2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This time we’ll talk about the critically and popularly acclaimed novel The Three-Body Problem, by Liu Cixin (note that Liu is his family name).

George R. R. Martin wrote, “If you like lots of science in your SF, this is a book for you, especially if you love theoretical physics, astrophysics, and mathematics. The Chinese background is fascinating, especially the look at the Cultural Revolution and its aftereffects,” and Barack Obama called it “just wildly imaginative.” Of the translation by Ken Liu (no relation), the author says, “Usually when Chinese literature gets translated to a foreign language, it tends to lose something. I don’t think that happened with The Three-Body Problem. I think it gained something.”

We meet via Zoom free video conferencing, in meeting room 250 109 6676. All are welcome, far or near! For more instructions on how to access Zoom, e-mail Amy by Wednesday morning:

We block out two hours, but usually wrap up at about 90 minutes, and at each session, we choose the topic for the next time, alternating between books and movies/television.

Find out more about the Sci Fi / Fantasy Discussion Group here.

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