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A Canticle for Leibowitz is a post-apocalyptic social science fiction novel by American writer Walter M. Miller Jr., first published in 1959. Set in a Catholic monastery in the desert of the southwestern United States after a devastating nuclear war, the book spans thousands of years as civilization rebuilds itself. The monks of the Albertian Order of Leibowitz preserve the surviving remnants of man's scientific knowledge until the world is again ready for it.
Walter Michael Miller Jr. was an American science fiction writer. His fix-up novel, A Canticle for Leibowitz (1959), the only novel published in his lifetime, won the 1961 Hugo Award for Best Novel. Prior to its publication, he was a writer of short stories.
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Hippolyte, or Hippolyta, was a queen of the Amazons in Greek mythology.
An aria is a self-contained expressive melody for one voice usually with orchestral accompaniment.
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Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman (1997) is a science fiction novel by American writer Walter M. Miller Jr. It is a follow-up to Miller's 1959 book A Canticle for Leibowitz. Miller wrote the majority of the novel before his death in 1996; the rest was completed based on Miller's notes and outlines by Terry Bisson.
Leibowitz is a Jewish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
A canticle is a hymn, psalm or other song of praise taken from biblical or holy texts other than the Psalms.
Saint Leibowitz is a character in the science fiction novels A Canticle for Leibowitz and Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman written by Walter M. Miller, Jr.
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Thoen is a surname. It is a Norwegian name from the Old Norse Tónni. It is a Dutch variant of the name Anton and Antonius.