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Stanislaw Lem

One of the world's most widely read science fiction writers. His works include: The Chain of Chance, One Human Minute, The Cyberiad and much, much more... Lem's books were translated into thirty six languages with over twenty seven million copies. Lem is best known to English readers for his 1961 novel Solaris, on which Russian film maker Andrei Tarkovsky based his 1971 film.

Biography and many links at Scriptorium - Stanislaw Lem
The Official Stanislaw Lem Site
The writing of Stanislaw Lem - Introduction, links, and commentary from VITRIFAX
Stanislaw Lem Biography, Works, Film and TV adaptations, etc

Books
Solaris
The Cyberiad : Fables for the Cybernetic age.
Fiasco
Eden
A Stanislaw Lem Reader (Rethinking Theory)
Tales of Pirx the Pilot
A Perfect Vacuum
The Futurological Congress (From the Memoirs of Ijon Tichy)
Memoirs of a Space Traveler : Further Reminiscences of Ijon Tichy
Imaginary Magnitude
The Chain of Chance
Mortal Engines
Peace on Earth
His Master's Voice
Highcastle : A Remembrance
Hospital of the Transfiguration
One Human Minute
The Investigation
Memoirs Found in a Bathtub
More of Stanislaw Lem at Amazon.com

Science fiction at Amazon.com