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“Arbre is also constructed along the lines of Earth in terms of its 'scientific' philosophy.”
“Aside from this odd setup, the world of Arbre is really little different from a present day Earth, however it is a bit further advanced.”
“Set on a planet called Arbre (pronounced "arb"), Anathem documents a civilization split between two cultures: an indulgent Saecular general population (hooked on casinos, shopping in megastores, trashing the environment—sound familiar?)”
“It's set on a planet called Arbre and reflects Stephenson's concerns about anti-intellectualism.”
“In Arbre, the choices are clearer than here on Earth.”
“Stephenson also constructs Arbre to be eerily similar to Earth, but with differences.”
“You'll see ideas such as General Relativity, Occam's Razor and others couched in the vernacular or Arbre.”
“The citizens of Arbre are separated into two differing 'societies'.”
“The premise is a twist on one commonly used in science-fiction: on the planet Arbre, which has suffered from several civilization-level catastrophes.”
“There is also a clear plot about the threat facing Arbre, which I have to say took me by surprise, although Stephenson does a great job of building up to it.”
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