Edén (El Libro De Bolsillo - Bibliotecas De Autor - Biblioteca Lem)

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  • Title: Edén (El Libro De Bolsillo - Bibliotecas De Autor - Biblioteca Lem)
  • Author: Stanislaw Lem
  • ISBN: 8420610976
  • Page: 444
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  • Tras un accidentado aterrizaje en la superficie del planeta Ed n, los seis miembros de la tripulaci n de una nave espacial consiguen tomar contacto con las criaturas que lo pueblan, sometidas, a su entender, a una tenebrosa tiran a Pero como siempre que nos enfrentamos a otra cultura, a otra civilizaci n, existen como m nimo dos posibles perspectivas, ambas igualmente v lidas la del que observa y la del que es observado En esta novela Stanislaw Lem nos recuerda esta realidad tan elemental como a menudo olvidada, dentro de un relato que desborda fantas a y en el que el autor polaco vuelve a deslumbrarnos lem

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    1. The first book written by Lem that I ever read was Fiasco. This is other story about the difficulties that two civilizations can find to understand each other, a recurrent argument in Lem's imaginary, and also a warning on how we barely understand ourselves.


    2. Excelente obra maestra de la ciencia ficción de Stanislaw Lem, Apasionante, interesante, y como es característico en la obra de Lem, triste y pesimista.


    3. An alien planet, reached by accident, instead of a fly-by. What the men from earth find is beyond understanding. But the Captain, the Engineer, the Doctor, the Physicist, and the Cyber (computer) scientist — all male, of course —each use very human skills to save themselves. The question is, will this planet they call Eden, and the living plants and animals on it, survive their visit.


    4. This is only my 2nd Lem novel (the other being Solaris) and I would have to say that, without reading any of his other works, he certainly tries to capture the tedium of his characters and their struggle to understand alien intelligence. Unlike Solaris, this story is pure mystery until the end, you will undoubtedly be confused by most of the alien's technological and sociological happenings. There is very little action, but the author makes up for that in intrigue, not really giving anything a [...]


    5. At first this reminded me of Clarke's Rendezvous with Rama. However, as the story progressed, this got more mysterious than the Rama story. So this was a page turner. Also Eden had a much more satisfying ending than Rama.If you're looking for action in a sci-fi story there isn't much here (there is a little bit). This is more like an intellectual read that makes you ponder things. I like that kind of stuff so I liked this.


    6. .ough not of attempting the alien itself. While I had heard of Lem, I had never read any of his books. It comes across reasonably well in the translation, and is well worth the read.


    7. Stanislaw Lem is a genius, no doubt about that. He takes a rather cerebral tale of 6 astronauts attempting to apply reason to an incomprehensible situation, and he turns it into a nail-biting thriller. The crew's exploration of the planet reminded me of ALICE IN WONDERLAND in the richess of its weirdness and the fascinatingly suggestive meanings that arise. The book runs fast on the constant tension between the crew's need for safety and their need to know more. In other words, EDEN is about the [...]


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