On Culture.pl.: “Stanislaw Lem: Did the Holocaust Shape His Sci-Fi World?” by Mikołaj Gliński
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translated by Barbara Marszal and Frank Simpson originally published in Poland: 1961 my edition: Harcourt (June 1, 1989) 256 pages grab a copy Reading Stanislaw Lem “It was a hundred and twenty-seven years ago. I was thirty then. The expedition…I was a pilot on the expedition to Fomalhaut. That’s twenty-three light years away. We flew
translated from the Polish by Marc E. Heine originally published in Poland: 1959 my edition: Harcourt (September 1, 1989) 262 pages Reading Stanislaw Lem ** spoilers Reading Eden right after The Star Diaries gave me a kind of literary whiplash: while the former is an irreverent, darkly-comic joyride around the universe; the latter is a
translated from the Polish by Michael Kandel originally published in Poland: 1957; expanded 1971 my edition: Harcourt (June 26, 1985) 286 pages Reading Stanislaw Lem As you know, I’ve set myself the very enjoyable task of reading all of Stanislaw Lem’s speculative fiction that’s available in English. And since I love doing things chronologically, I’ve
Check out the new page on Stanislaw Lem and follow along as I read my way through every single one of his translated works!