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Wednesday, 19 March 2008 10:59

Arthur C. Clarke dies, age 90

Written by Fudzilla staff

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The first dweller in the electronic cottage


British
science fiction author, Arthur C. Clarke, has died in Sri Lanka at the age of 90.

Clarke authored dozens of novels and books. Fiction or non-fiction, novel or short story,  literature or film, Clarke did it all and excelled at it. He was probably best known for his Odyssey novels, marvelously brought to the big screen by another legend, Stanley Kubrick.

Clarke became a legend in his own right, changing forever the way we think about science, technology and humanity in general. His legacy will no doubt live on for decades to come.
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