Planet Of The Apes Book Review

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“This is… a holy war. All of human history has led to this moment. If we lose… we’ll be the last of our kind. It will be a planet of apes. And we will become your cattle” (War for the Planet of the Apes). Planet of the Apes, by Pierre Boulle, is a science fiction book that was published in 1963. This book tells an innovative story of apes and human in another planet, where the roles of humans and apes have interchanged. In this world, the apes have the ability to speak and have higher cognitive, while the humans do not have the same level of reasoning nor thinking. The apes and the humans cannot coexist in this planet and only the fiercest will prevail. Since the existence of humanity, societies have been separated in the midst of race and religion.…show more content…
The trilogy of Planet of the Apes demonstrates how a majority/dominant community cannot bare the idea of another race becoming superior to them and how the dominant…show more content…
In Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the simian flu has wiped out the majority of humankind throughout the world and the apes have not seen any signs of human in “ten winter.” During the first scenes of this film we see how the male apes are out in the woods hunting for food just like the Cro-Magnon did in the past. It is also seen in the next scenes, when the male apes return home that Maurice is teaching the children by drawing on the cave walls and rocks resembling the traditions of the Cro-Magnon. These two examples show how evolution is inevitable no matter what species one might

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