- The Imaginary Museum: Why Stanislaw Lem?
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- About the Book
The Imaginary Museum: Why Stanislaw Lem?
There is much to dissect in this concise and dramatic tale. The club is full of rich, privileged young men well-versed in secrets, debauchery, and something far more sinister. A sparse, cutting debut in which violence begets violence begets healing. A tale of pain, privilege and revenge, The Club reads like something both mythical and modern, a fable whose pages demand to be turned.
A truly great book. The tone is almost fable-like, but the themes are painfully contemporary. Lonely and broken, Hans is called to Cambridge University by his aunt and asked to infiltrate a prestigious and exclusive group of putative gentlemen. Boxing, class, and privilege swirl together, drawing Hans—and the reader—deeper and deeper into a glittering moral abyss.
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- ISBN 13: 9780156765930.
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- Return Stars by Stanislaw Lem.
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Diadem From the Stars. Alien From the Stars. Breeze from the Stars. Legacy From the Stars.
Warning from the Stars. Diadem from the Stars.
From the Backlist: Celebrating 5 Years of Two Lines Press
The Man From the Stars. What Came From the Stars. From teh Ocean from the Stars.
Love Song from the Stars. We get to choose what we think is important. You can check all of them out here. You wrote a memoir starting from a page handwritten letter from your mother. What was the hardest part about tracing that history back to the Czech Republic? I spent seven years on it. Researching after the Velvet Revolution, I was a genealogical tourist before it became an industry. I took along my husband and our then very young children. We went to small towns in the Czech Republic that had never seen live Jews!
It was great fun and thrilling. Oddly, none of my books have been translated into Hebrew!
About the Book
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