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CS Lewis produced a book that conveys vivid scenery relatable characters and a vague but detailed plot that gave rise to a novel with wonderful clarity Out of the Silent Planet is an account of the voyage of Ransom a linguist who is kidnapped and taken to another planet Malacandra Mars Where he learns that Thulcandra Earth is called the silent planet because there has been no communication from it in years On the voyage there he is led to believe he will be sacrificed Instead the creatures that inhabit the other world reveal extraordinary secrets about the nature of man and the universe to him Ransom is ultimately sent back to Thulcandra with the two earthlings who had kidnapped him In Lewis novel after Ransom is abducted by two earthling scientists he is taken on a great journey to a planet far away from Earth After arriving on this planet and helping his captors to set up their camp Ransom makes his attempt at escape running from the captors and their allies who are native to the planet After running as long as he can collapsing to sleep and walking slowly on again Ransom collapses once again near a body of water from which a mysterious creature emerges a short time later frightening Ransom Then he saw eyes and mouth-a puffing mouth bearded with bubblespg54 However Ransom soon realizes the creature means no harm and is trying earnestly to communicate with him through hand signals and the native language The creature opened its mouth and began to make noises pg 550After making small steps in understanding the language of the natives Ransom is taken by the strange creature called a hrossa to a boat in which they go on a long journey to the community of Ransoms alien host named Hyoi Hyoi and Ransom then go on a hunting expedition for the tribe of Hyoi While on this expedition Hyoi
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