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Shardik

by Richard Adams

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Published by Simon and Schuster in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRichard Adams
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ4.A2163 Sh 1974x
The Physical Object
Paginationxi,529 p. :
Number of Pages529
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24373604M
OCLC/WorldCa5525746

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His advent commences a momentous chain of events/5(67). Shardik is a fantasy of tragic character, centered on the long-awaited reincarnation of the gigantic bear Shardik and his appearance among the half-barbaric Ortelgan people.

Mighty, ferocious, and unpredictable, Shardik changes the life of every person in the story. His advent commences a momentous chain of events/5. Shardik is a fantasy of tragic character, centered on the long-awaited reincarnation of the gigantic bear Shardik and his appearance among the half-barbaric Ortelgan people.

Mighty, ferocious, and unpredictable, Shardik changes the life of every person in the story. His advent commences a momentous chain of events/5(6).

Shardik is fantastical to a degree not seen elsewhere in Adams’s work, although he did publish a companion book, Maia, inand there are mythological elements in. Buy a cheap copy of Shardik book by Richard Adams. Shardik is a powerful work, dipping deep into old forms-allegory, epic, myth-resonating in the caverns of the readers unconscious It is an exciting story, Free shipping over $/5(4).

Shardik is the only non-human character in the book, an enormous bear more than twice as high as a man, with huge curved claws longer than a man's head. Unlike the animals in Adams' earlier book Watership Down, Shardik does not speak or appear to have conscious thought, and apart from the opening sequence the story is not told from his.

Shardik is a fantasy of tragic character, centered on the long-awaited reincarnation of the gigantic bear Shardik and his appearance among the half-barbaric Ortelgan people.

Mighty, ferocious, and unpredictable, Shardik changes the life of every person in the story. His advent commences a momentous chain of events. Shardik is one of the twelve guardians of the Beams that hold up the Dark is a cyborg bear that stands 70 feet tall and has a contraption affixed to its head resembling a satellite dish (known as a thinking cap by Roland).Shardik was built by North Central Positronics, the mysterious company which was a part of The Imperium thousands of years prior to the events of The Dark Tower Series.

A story about a man and a bear that might be God. Written by Richard Adams. This book provides examples of: An Aesop: In-Universe, Kelderek decides that the true reason that Shardik came once more was to teach the people to value their children.

Shardik () About book: I went into this book knowing very little about it, other than the reference to Shardik the Bear in one of Stephen King's books in the Dark Tower series. I did have some prior experience with Richard Adams, having read/enjoyed/been impressed with /5(5).

Shardik Summary. Shardik tells how the presence of a monstrous bear inspires a subject island people to overthrow the ruling empire.

Confident that this bear is Shardik, the promised incarnation of divine power, the Ortelgans capture the capital of Bekla. They are led by Kelderek, who first discovered Shardik.

A gripping tale of war, adventure, morality and slavery, horror and romance, Shardik is a remarkable exploration of mankind's universal desire for divine incarnation, and the corrosive influence of power.

Recently ranked in the top bestsellers over the past 40 years by the Sunday times, Shardik is a book for our age/5(48). Adams's prose is beautiful and inspiring. Unfortunately, after many excitement moments throughout the book, the lengthy last chapter sputters to a conclusion and probably should have been left out.

Regardless, "Shardik" is a fantasy of great scope that leaves the reader with much to s: Adams's prose is beautiful and inspiring. Unfortunately, after many excitement moments throughout the book, the lengthy last chapter sputters to a conclusion and probably should have been left out. Regardless, "Shardik" is a fantasy of great scope that leaves the reader with much to ponder.4/5.

Shardik is also a novel by Richard Adams; King took the name from this book, something some members of Roland's ka-tet recognize: Susannah realizes the source of the name (although the book was published a decade after the year she was drawn from), while Eddie mentions that he thinks of rabbits when he hears the name Shardik—a reference to.

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His advent commences a momentous chain of events%(13). Shardik dramatizes complex problems concerning religion and family values. On a hunting trip, Kelderek of Ortelga encounters an immense bear.

He realizes that it is the god Shardik, who has not. A gripping tale of war, adventure, morality and slavery, horror and romance, Shardik is a remarkable exploration of mankind's universal desire for divine incarnation, and the corrosive influence of power.

Recently ranked in the top bestsellers over the past 40 years by. Shardik First Edition Cover Author Richard Adams Cover artist Country England Genre(s) Fantasy Publisher Allen Lane Publication date Pages Previous Watership Down Next Maia Shardik is a fantasy novel written by Richard Adams in The story is about a hunter seeking to kill giant bear that may be a god.

Plot Summary Kelderek is a young hunter nicknamed "Play-with-the-Children Written: Shardik is one of the twelve guardians of Beams that hold up the Dark Tower.

It is a cyborg bear that stands over forty feet tall and has a contraption affixed to its head resembling a satellite dish (known as a thinking cap by Roland).

Shardik was built by North Central Positronics, the mysterious company which was a part of The Imperium thousands of years prior to the events of The Dark. SHARDIK - What is the NATURE of Faith? (BOOK REVIEW) David Popovich.

Loading Unsubscribe from David Popovich? Cancel Unsubscribe. .Shardik by Adams, Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Shardik by Adams, Richard - AbeBooks Passion for books.Shardik was Adams's follow-up to his phenomenally popular debut, Watership Down.

The title character is a gigantic bear who is the god of the primitive Ortelgan people. The hunter Kelderek becomes Shardik's greatest disciple and, eventually, ruler when the bear finally does make its return/5(K).