History YMMV / ACanticleForLeibowitz

9th Jul '16 1:56:58 PM Timurlame
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** There *is* a considerable anti-euthanasia tract in ''Fiat Voluntas Tua'', but even then the people on either side of the argument are both portrayed as being having good intentions.

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** There *is* ''is'' a considerable anti-euthanasia tract in ''Fiat Voluntas Tua'', but even then the people on either side of the argument are both portrayed as being having good intentions.
9th Jul '16 1:56:14 PM Timurlame
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** There *is* a considerable anti-euthanasia tract in ''Fiat Voluntas Tua'', but even then the people on either side of the argument are both portrayed as being having good intentions.



* HarsherInHindsight: A large portion of the last section's plot has the main character strenuously advocating against euthenasia, arguing that life is too sacred to destroy for "convenient mercy." The author Walter M. Miller would eventually commit suicide after suffering a severe crisis of faith.

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* HarsherInHindsight: A large portion of the last section's plot has the main character strenuously advocating against euthenasia, euthanasia, arguing that life is too sacred to destroy for "convenient mercy." The author Walter M. Miller would eventually commit suicide after suffering a severe crisis of faith.
9th Jul '16 1:48:10 PM Specialist290
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* HarsherInHindsight: A large portion of the last section's plot has the main character strenuously advocating against euthenasia, arguing that life is too sacred to destroy for "convenient mercy." The author Walter M. Miller would eventually commit suicide.

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* HarsherInHindsight: A large portion of the last section's plot has the main character strenuously advocating against euthenasia, arguing that life is too sacred to destroy for "convenient mercy." The author Walter M. Miller would eventually commit suicide.suicide after suffering a severe crisis of faith.
29th Mar '16 5:48:35 PM Bobonofa
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** Also Abbot Zerchi in Fiat Voluntas Tua.

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%% ** Also Abbot Zerchi in Fiat Voluntas Tua.



** Abbot Zerchi trying to persuade a mother not to euthanize her child. The child is stated to be so badly burned by the atomic blast that her gender is not apparent until her mother refers to her as such. Also note that the mother is referred to as "the girl," (implying she is very young herself) and has also been diagnosed as so irradiated as to be untreatable.

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** Abbot Zerchi trying to persuade a mother not to euthanize her child. The child is stated to be so badly burned by the atomic blast that her gender is not apparent until her mother refers to her as such. Also note that the mother is referred to as "the girl," (implying she is very young herself) and has also been diagnosed as so irradiated as to be untreatable.
30th Sep '15 10:55:57 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* HarsherInHindsight: A large portion of the last section's plot has the main character strenuously advocating against euthenasia, arguing that life is too sacred to destroy for "convenient mercy." The author Walter M. Miller would eventually commit suicide.
28th Apr '15 12:57:54 AM msq
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** [[DownerEnding The ending.]]

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** [[DownerEnding The ending.]]]] Especially as Joshua dusts off the dirt on his sandals [[spoiler:before boarding the ''Quo Peregrinatur'' starship as the world plunges into another Flame Deluge]], symbolically severing his ties to Earth.
-->"Sic transit mundus." (Thus passes the world.)
28th Apr '15 12:52:37 AM msq
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** The fate of Emily/Emma Leibowitz and the trapped people in the shelter Francis finds.

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** The fate of Emily/Emma Leibowitz and the trapped people in the shelter Francis finds. And it's implied that the Old Jew [[spoiler:who may or may not be Leibowitz himself]] wanted Francis to find it, if only to put the past to rest.
28th Apr '15 12:41:34 AM msq
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%% ** [[DownerEnding The ending.]]
** Abbot Zerchi trying to persuade a mother not to euthanize her child. The child is stated to be so badly burned by the atomic blast that her gender is not apparent until her mother refers to her as such. Also note that the mother is referred to as "the girl," (implying she is very young herself) and has also been diagnosed as so irradiated as to be untreatable.

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%% ** [[DownerEnding The ending.]]
** Abbot Zerchi trying to persuade a mother not to euthanize her child. The child is stated to be so badly burned by the atomic blast that her gender is not apparent until her mother refers to her as such. Also note that the mother is referred to as "the girl," (implying she is very young herself) and has also been diagnosed as so irradiated as to be untreatable.
11th Apr '14 4:06:06 PM Someoneman
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* JerkassWoobie: '''''Brownpony.'''''
** Also Abbot Zerchi in Fiat Voluntas Tua.

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%% * JerkassWoobie: '''''Brownpony.'''''
** Also Abbot Zerchi in Fiat Voluntas Tua.Tua.
* {{Tearjerker}}:
** The fate of Emily/Emma Leibowitz and the trapped people in the shelter Francis finds.
%% ** [[DownerEnding The ending.]]
** Abbot Zerchi trying to persuade a mother not to euthanize her child. The child is stated to be so badly burned by the atomic blast that her gender is not apparent until her mother refers to her as such. Also note that the mother is referred to as "the girl," (implying she is very young herself) and has also been diagnosed as so irradiated as to be untreatable.
19th Apr '13 4:21:34 AM Austin
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** Also Abbot Zerchi in Fiat Voluntas Tua.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The fate of Benjamin (and his true nature) is left unclear, as is that of Rachel.

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** Also Abbot Zerchi in Fiat Voluntas Tua.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The fate of Benjamin (and his true nature) is left unclear, as is that of Rachel.
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