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The Case for Stanislaw Lem, One of Science Fiction’s Unsung Giants

By reprinting six key works by the slowly fading Polish SF giant Stanislaw Lem, MIT Press hopes to revive his varied and considerable legacy

Stanislaw Lem, 1977. Photo: ullstein bild/Getty Images

Since his death in 2006, the work of Polish science fiction writer Stanisław Lem has slowly slid from view. While his…

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