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Stanisław Lem: Solaris

Stanisław Lem
Solaris
Translated by Tatjana Jamnik
226 pp.
130x200mm
Paperback and hardcover
Published by KUD Police Dubove & Družba Piano
Year: 2010
Edition Solaris
ISBN 978-961-92946-1-1, ISBN 978-961-92946-2-8 / ISBN 978-961-94152-8-3 (ePub)
Retail price: 26 € (paperback) / 34 € (hardcover), discount price: 12,90 € (paperback) / 19,90 € (hardcover)
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Book reviews:
- Katarina Žvegelj: Prelistano: Solaris. Siol.net, 10. 8. 2011.
- pim: Stanislaw Lem: Solaris. Dnevnik, 12. 8. 2011.
- Andrej Lutman: V mogočem. Delo, 4. 9. 2011.
- Samo Rugelj: Recenzija. Bukla, jesen 2011. 
- Lara Unuk: Stanislaw Lem: Solaris. Airbeletrina, 23. 3. 2012.

Related articles:
- Tadeusz Sobolewski: Kruti čudeži. Translated by Tatjana Jamnik. Kinotečnik, September 2011.

 

Solaris is a Polish science fiction novel by Stanisław Lem, first published in 1961. It is about the ultimate inadequacy of communication between human and non-human species.
In probing and examining the oceanic surface of the planet Solaris from a hovering research station the human scientists are, in turn, being studied by the sentient planet itself, which probes for and examines the thoughts of the human beings who are analyzing it. Solaris has the ability to manifest their secret, guilty concerns in human form, for each scientist to personally confront.
Solaris is one of Lem’s philosophic explorations of man’s anthropomorphic limitations. First published in Warsaw in 1961, the 1970 Polish-to-French-to-English translation of Solaris is the best-known of Lem's English-translated works.
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Stanisław Lem (1921–2006) was a Polish writer of science fiction, philosophy and satire. He was named a Knight of the Order of the White Eagle. His books have been translated into 41 languages and have sold over 27 million copies. He is perhaps best known as the author of the 1961 novel Solaris, which has been made into a feature film three times. In 1976 Theodore Sturgeon said that Lem was the most widely read science-fiction writer in the world.
His works explore philosophical themes; speculation on technology, the nature of intelligence, the impossibility of mutual communication and understanding, despair about human limitations and humankind's place in the universe. They are sometimes presented as fiction, but others are in the form of essays or philosophical books. Translations of his works are difficult due to passages with elaborate word formation, alien or robotic poetry, and puns. Multiple translated versions of his works exist.
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

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Recenzija / Book review - Katarina Žvegelj (Siol)  -  011120122011-08-10_PRELISTANO_Solaris_-_SiOL_(Katarina_Zvegelj).pdf

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Recenzija / Book review - pim (Dnevnik)  -  011120122011-08-12_Dnevnik_SOLARIS-cb.pdf

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Recenzija / Book review - Andrej Lutman (Delo)  -  011120122011-09-04_Delo_recenzija_Lem_Solaris_(Andrej_Lutman).pdf

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Recenzija / Book review - Samo Rugelj (Bukla)  -  01112012Bukla_-_Knjiga_Solaris_(Samo_Rugelj).pdf

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Recenzija / Book review - Lara Unuk (AirBeletrina)  -  011120122012-03-23_AirBeletrina__Stanisław_Lem_Solaris_(Lara_Unuk).pdf

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Esej / Essay - Tadeusz Sobolewski: Kruti čudeži (prev. T. Jamnik; Kinotečnik)  -  01112012Kinotecnik_2011_09_Lem_in_Solaris.pdf

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