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Cyberiada (Stanisław Lem. Dzieła, #15) Opowie ci Cyberiady cz postacie Trurla i Klapaucjusza, kt rzy u ywaj c swojej fantastycznej wiedzy i zdolno ci, pomagaj mieszka com r nych planet, zazwyczaj neutralizuj c panuj cych tyran w.Duet ten stanowi par najlepszych przyjaci , ale te rywali Ich spory o miano najlepszego konstruktora przybiera y nawet do brutalne formy opowiadanie Wielkie lanie Kiedy nie s oni zaj ci konstruowaniem kolejnych wspania ych mechanizm w, podr uj po Wszech wiecie, pomagaj c potrzebuj cym I jakkolwiek s oni opisywani jako dobrzy i praworz dni, nie oponuj i nie wstydz si przyjmowa hojnych nagr d za ich us ugi Oszukani w tej materii nie zawahaj si sami ukara nies owne osoby.Pozycja zawiera tak e Summa smocologiae Esej Adama Michnika o totalitaryzmie Czy kosmos jest mieszny Pos owie prof Jerzego Jarz bskiego. New Download [ Cyberiada (Stanisław Lem. Dzieła, #15) ] By [ Stanisław Lem ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. One of the most brilliant pieces of translation I ve ever come across You can hardly believe that all these wonderful jokes and word games weren t originally composed in English I wish I knew some Polish, so that I could compare with the original.The most impressive sequences, which have been widely quoted, come from the story where one of the inventors builds a machine that can write a poem to any specification, no matter how bizarre A poem about love, treachery, indomitable courage, on the One of the most brilliant pieces of translation I ve ever come across You ...

  2. If you re only going to read one Lem in your lifeseek medical help There are several essential Lem books and stories.And this is one of them Both of them Something like that It s an essential Lem book of essential Lem stories.The basic outline is simple two robot inventors they are robots and they invent robots whether they invented themselves is indeed an open question appear, one or the other or both, in some fashion, in a series of stories set in a universe of robots The inve If you re only going to read one Lem in your lifeseek medical help There are several essential Lem books and stories.And this is one of them Both of them Something like that It s an essential Lem book of essential Lem stories.The basic outline is simple two robo...

  3. Not only did this book make me want to read everything that Lem has ever written, it also makes me want to buy everything Michael Kandel has ever translated.One of the saddest things about becoming an adult is growing bored with most of the stories you loved as a child the Jat...

  4. 3.5 stars My first experience with Stanislaw Lem and it will certainly not be my last The stories are very good some are brilliant , but I believe they work better in small doses rather than one after the other Nonetheless, a gifted writer.

  5. I first ran across The Cyberiad in desperation It takes me next to no time to read books, so I quickly drained every last inch of our bookshelves by eighth grade, and the library had nothing.My dear lord Before I get into the writing itself, let s not forget the briliant translation, and this book would not be easy to translate, between alliterations, rhyming, and the sheerly brilliant nonsense I use brilliant so much because one simpl...

  6. Originally I was just thrilled to find a SF book by an author actually in Poland But, after I read the book, I was amazed Still one of the funniest books I have ever read Two competing robots Trurl and Klaupacius who try to out invent each other, create some of the most wild constructs that anyone could ever imagine.One being the machine Trurl creates that can make anthing that starts with the letter N Things really get wild when Klaupacius tests the machine by asking it to create nothi Originally I was just thrilled to find a SF book by an author actually in Poland But, after I read the book, I was amazed Still one of the funniest books I have ever read Two competing robots Trurl and Klaupacius who try to out invent each other, create some of the most wild constructs that anyone could ever imagine.One being the machine Trurl creates that can make anthing that starts with the letter N Things really get wild when Klaupacius te...

  7. I got to page 112, but honestly this is just not my thing I loved Memoirs Found in a Bathtub, but somehow the circular storytelling employed in very short stories gets very repetitive I don t find the humor funny or clever, it just feels like it is trying to hard It smacks of Phantom Tollbooth or Hitchhiker s Guide, and these are just not my thing Sorry, guess I m going to lem it I was ...

  8. I first came across Stanislaw Lem by way of an absolutely fantastic book called The Mind s I Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul in which three of his short stories were featured His stories touched on issues in philosophy, topics having to do with artificial intelligence, consciousness, physics, mathematics programming, andUpon reading these my thoughts were something along the lines of, this is one of the most fabulous authors I ve ever come across, how have I never heard of h I first came across Stanislaw Lem by way of an absolutely fantastic book called The Mind s I Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul in which three of his short stories were featured His stories touched on issues in philosophy, topics having to do with artificial intelligence, consciousness, physics, mathematics programming, andUpon reading these my thoughts were something along the lines of, this is one of the most fabulous authors I ve ever come across, how have I never heard of him I picked up The Cyb...

  9. Short form SciFi at it s best Stanislaw Lem departs from his occasionally dour disposition see Solaris with a series of very funny but also deeply philosophical journeys of a pair of Cybernetic engineers Trurl and Klapacius Each journey is a short story that stands alone, yet the whole collection is a complete consistent work Lem uses absurdist plots and situations to poke fun at politics, religion, romance, war and even science The translation into English is phenomenal, keeping an i Short form SciFi at it s best Stanislaw Lem departs from his occasionally dour disposition see Solaris with a series of very funny but also deeply philosophical journeys of a pair of Cybernetic engineers Trurl and Klapacius Each journey is a short story that stands alone, yet the whole collection is a complete consistent work Lem uses absurdist plots and situations to poke fun at politics, religion, romance, war and even science The translation into English is phenomenal, keeping an incredible amount of linguistic play and puns In one of the stories, Klapacius challenges Trurl to construct a machine that can create anything that begins with the letter N Trurl succeeds, though the machine can t make Natrium plain old salt because, if it could make anything that began with N in any language in the universe, it could be a machine that could make anything at all, which is clearly impossible Klapacius then orders the machine to make Not...

  10. Another masterwork of this brilliant writter.Obviously i have read this work in spanish because this polish collection of tales is almost intranslatable,it is full of fun neologisms of all sort.It is a extremely funny and satiric book,but also serious deep in almost all branches of philosophy,transhumanism and physics.Lem builds a astounding medieval, cibernetic,mechanic world were he develops the adventures of two ciberetic beings ,the builders,Trul and Claupacius.Below this apparently absurd Another masterwork of...