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  • Title: Bajki robotów
  • Author: Stanisław Lem Daniel Mróz
  • ISBN: 9788363471019
  • Page: 121
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

Stanisław Lem Daniel Mróz

Stanis aw Lem sta iswaf l m was a Polish science fiction, philosophical and satirical writer of Jewish descent His books have been translated into 41 languages and have sold over 27 million copies He is perhaps best known as the author of Solaris, which has twice been made into a feature film In 1976, Theodore Sturgeon claimed 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 and multiple translated versions of his works exist.Lem became truly productive after 1956, when the de Stalinization period led to the Polish October , when Poland experienced an increase in freedom of speech Between 1956 and 1968, Lem authored 17 books His works were widely translated abroad although mostly in the Eastern Bloc countries In 1957 he published his first non fiction, philosophical book, Dialogi Dialogues , one of his two most famous philosophical texts along with Summa Technologiae 1964 The Summa is notable for being a unique analysis of prospective social, cybernetic, and biological advances In this work, Lem discusses philosophical implications of technologies that were completely in the realm of science fiction then, but are gaining importance today like, for instance, virtual reality and nanotechnology Over the next few decades, he published many books, both science fiction and philosophical futurological, although from the 1980s onwards he tended to concentrate on philosophical texts and essays.He gained international fame for The Cyberiad, a series of humorous short stories from a mechanical universe ruled by robots, first published in English in 1974 His best known novels include Solaris 1961 , His Master s Voice G os pana, 1968 , and the late Fiasco Fiasko, 1987 , expressing most strongly his major theme of the futility of mankind s attempts to comprehend the truly alien Solaris was made into a film in 1972 by Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky and won a Special Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 1972 in 2002, Steven Soderbergh directed a Hollywood remake starring George Clooney.He was the cousin of poet Marian Hemar.



Comments Bajki robotów

  • David Katzman

    ​Another fascinating book by Lem. I generally have little interest in short stories. I prefer longer narratives that I can really invest in. And when I realized these were short science fiction stories, I was skeptical that he would pull it off. Science fiction requires world building (as does fantasy) and integrating character into an unfamiliar universe takes time, which short stories don't afford. Lem solved that issue by writing short stories that are far more like fables or parables. Most [...]


  • Alex Chapay

    Urodziłem się na Ukrainie. Mieszkam w Polsce prawie rok. Na początku miałem pełne wątpliwośći do języka polskiego. Wtedy myślałem, że nie zmogę polubić ten język. Minęło kilka miesięcy i ja zrozumiałem, że nie jest ten język tak zły, jak ja myślałem. Ale kilka tygodni temu mój ojciec poradził mi przeczytać powieści Stanisława Lema. Ojciec dla mnie to najlepszy kolega, z którym ja zawsze mogę porozmawiać, i który nigdy nie poradzi czegoś złego. Więc odrazu posz [...]


  • Niina

    I tried to like this, I tried real hard, and even though it seemed like the stories were getting better closer to the end, the best I can say about this is that it was okay in the end. The first thing to remember as starting with this book is that these short-stories are just stories, stories and tales, which, by nature, are passed on from one person and generation and culture to another, which transform and change as they are told. This works as both an excuse and a reason to make the stories w [...]


  • Luggage

    On some level, something must have gotten lost in translation from Polish to German, Lem being a hailed SciFi author and all. The significantly higher ratings in Eastern European seem to indicate that possibility. While the first story was still kind of whimsical, the ones after grew increasingly bland and formulaic. They read like run-of-the-mill fairy tales for toddlers with the added twist that most of the nouns are either replaced or prefixed with a term from chemistry, metallurgy or pre-IC [...]


  • 0rkun

    "Av" baya iyidi.


  • Serena.. Sery-ously?

    Tempo fa mi sono imbattuta in una recensione di questo libro che mi ha conquistato Ho rimandato per poi dimenticarmene fino a che una sera una vocina dentro di me mi continuava a ripetere questo titolo Ho DOVUTO leggerlo, era diventata un'ossessione!Beh, ma quanto posso essere contenta di aver dato ascolto alla vocina? (Sì, sì, poi verrà il tempo in cui ci preoccuperemo del fatto che io senta le vocine dentro di me, ma non è questo il giorno :D)Queste fiabe sono semplicemente adorabili: è i [...]


  • Jacek

    Nie zliczę ile już razy chwaliłem geniusz Lema, ale i w tym wypadku pióro autora zasługuje na śpiewanie peanów. Lem podjął się nie lada wyzwania tworząc książkę, której treść pod każdym względem pasuje do tytułu. "Bajki robotów" to zbiór opowieści o myślących maszynach stylizowanych na baśnie, legendy i podania. Pełna niesamowitego humoru, miejscami moralizatorska (tak jak każda prawdziwa bajka) wciąga i pozwala oderwać się od książki dopiero po przeczytaniu osta [...]


  • Janne Paananen

    Stanislaw Lemin "Konekansan satuja ja tarinoita" sisältää tulevaisuuden faabeleita, opettavaisia "robottitarinoita". Suurin osa tarinoista perustuu teknisillä nimikkeillä kikkailuun ollen valitettavan köyhiä sisällöltään tai juoneltaan. Onneksi joukkoon on kuitenkin osunut muutama oivallinenkin tarina. "Automatiaksen ystävä" on ehdottomasti kirjan paras hetki. Tämän vajaan 30 sivun takia kirja kannattaa hankkia käsiinsä. Muut voikin sitten jättää lukematta.


  • Karolina

    The most funny and charming book I've read recently.


  • Mövlüd

    Kitab Lemin yaratmış olduğu dünyalara, obrazlara isnadların da olduğu, yaşadığı dövrdəki robot təsəvvürlərinin şablonluğundan uzaq (eynisini I. Asimov' da da görmək mümkündür), biraz nağılvari, xüsusilə son iki hekayəsi ilə insanı düşündürən hekayələr toplusundan ibarətdir. Lemin robotları heç də bəşəriyyətə duyduğu qəzəb hissi ilə alışıb yanmır və məqsədi hər zaman "insan növünü məhv edib hakimiyyəti ələ keçirməliyəm" olmur. Le [...]


  • Dave Quam

    Not my favorite Lem, but there’s definitely some good material in here, especially in the first 11 robot fairy tales.


  • Blue Kim

    Uneven, as it is an arbitrary collection of short stories and novellas. But a couple of the works are nothing short of revelatory.


  • James F

    Fourteen stories about robots, translated from Polish. The first eleven are from a collection called Fables for robots; like the stories of The Cyberiad they are short satirical parables or fairy tales set in a world inhabited by robots and are just fun to read. The twelfth story features Ijon Tichy, and the thirteenth is a story of Pilot Pirx, two characters who appear frequently in Lem's writings. The last and best story is a stand-alone, "The Hunt", which is more serious and recalls themes fr [...]


  • John Wagner

    Brilliant collection of short stories, all of which share the theme of robots. Some are deep and dystopian, and echo the mood and feel of "Solaris". Others are just plain silly. This exposed me to a mirthful side of Lem I didn't know existed.


  • Alan Fay

    Borrowed from Bill. It's Borges meets Katamari Damacy. ;D It's a lot of fun to read; many stories are told like myths or fables, except they involve strange robot alien space race kind of fellas.


  • Piruza Petrosyan

    Հեքիաթներ մարդկանց հանդեպ տհաճության մոտիվներով, մի քիչ արխայիկ խոսքով, տրագիկոմեդիկ վերջաբանով և հարուստ երևակայությամբ:


  • María

    Me he esforzado, pero al final lo he tenido que dejar. Muy apartado de obras más "serias" de Lem, estas fábulas simplemente no han conseguido despertar mi interés. Ya lo siento.


  • tENTATIVELY, cONVENIENCE

    review of Stanislaw Lem's Mortal Engines by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - July 28, 2015 I suppose, strictly speaking, this isn't 'a bk by Stanislaw Lem' insofar as it's a collection of short stories by Lem, united by the theme of robots, chosen by the translator, Michael Kandel, at the prompting of the publisher, Harvest/HBJ, so that there cd be a Lem bk in English that hadn't previously existed in Lem's language, Polish. I wdn't exactly say that that negatively effects the collection but it does [...]


  • Pierre Menard

    Fiaba: racconto di avventure in cui domina il meraviglioso, negli episodi come nei personaggi, anonimo e popolare, di fonte e tradizione orale.Fantascienza: genere letterario […] in cui l’elemento narrativo si fonda su ipotesi o intuizioni di carattere più o meno plausibilmente scientifico e si sviluppa in una mescolanza di fantasia e scienza.A leggere le definizioni, tratte dall’Enciclopedia Treccani online non sembra che fiaba e racconto fantascientifico abbiano molto in comune: potrà [...]


  • bartosz_witkowski

    Wanting to get away from English literature for a bit I decided to go through my Stanisław Lem backlog. I picked Fables for Robots, more or less at random.Fables for Robots is a book that combines aspects of traditional fables with science fiction. Conceptually, the stories are written as if presented from a "robot mother" to a "robot child" - the denizens of the stories are themselves robots. Robot kings, robot knights, robot inventors (that invent other robots or machines!), robot advisors et [...]


  • Jos

    Fables for Robots features 13 short stories which supposedly are fairy tales about robots and for robots. Only one story has a human in its cast. In a few other stories, humans are mentioned, usually in a derisive or hostile fashion ("Bleichlinge").What Lem has done here, reminds me of Calvino. Specifically, his Invisible Cities which isn’t a positive in my book. Each story is in an intellectual exercise, a play on words. In short: form but – at least to me – no function. I couldn’t rela [...]


  • Maciej D

    Dość długo biłem się z własnymi myślami. Czy ta książka mi się tylko podobała, czy bardzo podobała. Niestety pierwsze bajki, moim zdaniem są przekombinowane, pełne słownictwa, które wręcz ciężko przeczytać, nie mówiąc już o ich zrozumieniu. Przyznam szczerze, niektóre z początkowych bajek po prostu mnie męczyły. Na ostatecznej ocenie zaważyły ostatenie bajki, które pisane były już zupełnie innym językiem, a co najwaniejsze Lem wprowadził kilka sympatycznych i z [...]


  • Andrej

    Another compilation of Lem's collected stories.Though it is expectedly filled with paradoxes and absurdities, in several of them you can see a glimmer of philosophical lucidity (King Globares and the sages, The sanatorium of Dr. Vliperdius).Great stuff, and in addition, the foreword of Michael Kandel offers great insight and interpretation of Lem's "inner workings" and it's similarity with Soviet Science Fiction overall.


  • Halan Torres

    I tried to like this, I tried real hard, and even though it seemed like the stories were getting better closer to the end, the best I can say about this is that it was okay in the end. The first thing to remember as starting with this book is that these short-stories are just stories, stories and tales, which, by nature, are passed on from one person and generation and culture to another, which transform and change as they are told.


  • Monika

    Przyjemnie było wrócić do pana Lema i przypomnieć sobie, jak on fantastycznie bawi się słowem, jak pięknie gra z językiem i wygina go do swoich potrzeb. Świetnie też wykorzystał klasyczną formę bajki w innowacyjny sposób - przenosząc ich fabułę w międzyplanetarne światy, a bohaterów przemienił w roboty i kosmiczne stwory.


  • Darkmond

    Groźne legendy o człowieku:Jak Erg Samowzbudnik bladawca pokonal (smieszne)Dwa potworyBiala SmiercSmieszne:Bajka o maszynie cyfrowej co ze smokiem walczyla (postac krola)Doradcy krola Hydropsa (o uroczystosci synobrania)Maszyna Trurla (co byla glupia i wielka i pewna ze 2 razy 2 to SIEDEM)


  • Elias

    I didn't enjoy this book. I'm not sure how that's possible because it's about robots and it's sci-fi. The stories didn't really capture my interest and were either too short or way too long (The Mask). The only story I enjoyed was The Hunt. The rest of the stories don't need to be published. This book has soured me on this author right now, but I hope Solaris will clean the bad taste from my mouth.Something was definitely lost in translation with this book.


  • Karl

    This was unexpected, the short stories in this collection were more like fairy tales or old children's stories but with foundations in real science, chemistry, physics, metallurgy.


  • Steve

    I can't say how literal this translation is, but I believe Kandel does a good job of translating Lem's wordplay into English equivalents.


  • Fells

    My favorite story was called Tale of the Computer that Fought a Dragon. All hail the Digital Grand Vizier :)


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