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A Canticle for Lebowitz Walter M Miller Jr Copyright date 1959 In A Canticle for Lebowitz the character that starts everything off is Brother Francis Brother Francis was just a young novice looking for a place of refuge in the time were mutants roamed the deserts and barbarians ruled the plains Brother Francis is a well-mannered man who believes in himself greatly When the Abbot kept on questioning his thoughts Brother Francis always stood his ground and never changed his mind Even after 7 years of being a novice Brother Francis never changed his mind of what he had saw in the desert This shows great determination and shows that he has a great mind He knew what was right and he never changed his story The focus of the plot is Earth has just gone through a nuclear war and civilization has just started to begin again but with the help of Brother Francis civilization will rebuild it self On Brother Francis first novice Lenten fast he is led to an underground facility that holds some precious valuables of the Order The valuables are just some junk to us but to them the papers shopping lists and others miscellaneous stuff is worth gold to them Unknown to Brother Francis his findings will eventually lead to the reconstruction of civilization on Earth After about 8 years the Pope approves of the Saint hood of Lebowitz Then a century later the civilization has rebuilt itself It now has spaceships cars light and all the stuff that we have now But the world is coming to an end again The countries are about to fire their nuclear weapons and the end of Earth is going to happen again Kevin Tsai Mr Canavese 4th Period One memorable scene was in the end of the book when Dom Zerchi is lying on the ground He is lying on the ground because the first of the nuclear bombs
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