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'''''Space Mowgli''''' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the Franchise/NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously a reference to ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.

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'''''Space Mowgli''''' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the Franchise/NoonUniverse.Literature/NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously a reference to ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.


* AfterTheEnd: It is hinted that the planet has undergone an explosion of it's star. At the end, [[spoiler:it is hinted that the planet is kept in this "sterile" state by the aliens themselves.]] Either way, it was pretty much the end for the most of the planet's life.

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* AfterTheEnd: It is hinted that the planet has undergone an explosion of it's its star. At the end, [[spoiler:it is hinted that the planet is kept in this "sterile" state by the aliens themselves.]] Either way, it was pretty much the end for the most of the planet's life.


''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the Franchise/NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously a reference to ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.

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''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' '''''Space Mowgli''''' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the Franchise/NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously a reference to ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.

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* InscrutableAliens: The Ark Megaforms, though they do attempt to communicate with humans via the title character.

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* HomeworldEvacuation: It is mentioned in passing that the whole reason Terrans came to Ark was because they were looking for a planet to accommodate the HumanAlien refugees from Panta, a planet whose sun was about to explode.


''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the Franchise/NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.

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''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the Franchise/NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of a reference to ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.


''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.

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''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse.Franchise/NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.


''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.

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''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the StrugatskyBrothers Creator/StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by Creator/RudyardKipling.


''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by RudyardKipling.

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''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by RudyardKipling.
Creator/RudyardKipling.


''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''TheJungleBook'' by RudyardKipling.

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''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''TheJungleBook'' ''Literature/TheJungleBook'' by RudyardKipling.


''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse.

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''Literature/SpaceMowgli'' (original Russian title: "Малыш", lit. "The Little One") is the seventh novel by the StrugatskyBrothers to be set in the NoonUniverse.
NoonUniverse. The English title is obviously derivative of ''TheJungleBook'' by RudyardKipling.


* AfterTheEnd: It is hinted that the planet has undergone an explosion of it's star. At the end, [[spoiler:(it is hinted that the planet is kept in this "sterile" state by the aliens themselves.)]] Either way, it was pretty much the end for the most of the planet's life.

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* AfterTheEnd: It is hinted that the planet has undergone an explosion of it's star. At the end, [[spoiler:(it [[spoiler:it is hinted that the planet is kept in this "sterile" state by the aliens themselves.)]] ]] Either way, it was pretty much the end for the most of the planet's life.


* BeneathTheEarth: Where the StarfishAliens live

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* AfterTheEnd: It is hinted that the planet has undergone an explosion of it's star. At the end, [[spoiler:(it is hinted that the planet is kept in this "sterile" state by the aliens themselves.)]] Either way, it was pretty much the end for the most of the planet's life.
* BeneathTheEarth: Where the StarfishAliens livelive.
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Although the ethics of the aliens is never revealed in the book, and although Gorbovsky speculates that rescuing the human baby was a "moral reflex" of a sufficiently ancient civilization, their behaviour is sometimes horrific by human standards. While their alteration of the Little One's body helps him to survive in the hostile environment, they also seem to have changed him for no apparent reasons. They don't seem to have problems with using the Little One as a mere communication device for the other side (something that is a moral dilemma for the humans for the entire book). And they don't hesitate to ''torture'' the little boy by making him feel more and more uncomfortable, so that he would ask the humans to leave.


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* FirstContact: Played with a lot. For example, the Little One does not even recognize the aliens who take care of him as sentient beings or even creatures. He believes that he is alone on the planet.
* HigherTechSpecies: Although the inhabitants of the planet show no signs of an industrial civilization, they are able to understand human physiology on the fly and alter it according to their wishes; they grant the Little One the ability to fly; and they are capable of reading and influencing his mind, and, to a lesser degree, even the minds of the human researchers.

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* BeneathTheEarth: Where the StarfishAliens live


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* MadScientist: Kamov, to some degree
* MotherlyScientist: Mayka


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* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman

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