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Thu Oct 16 17:50:51 2014 UTClccn-n822724390.27Tales from two pockets /0.580.86Orage and the New age circle : reminiscences and reflections /10624494Paul_Selvern 822724391085564Selver, P.Selver, P. 1888-1970Selver, P. (Paul), 1888-1970Selver, Percy Paul 1888-Selver, Percy Paul 1888-1970lccn-n50035042Čapek, Karel1890-1938lccn-n50041476Hašek, Jaroslav1883-1923lccn-n86003654Welzl, Janlccn-n50041332Lada, Josef1887-1957lccn-n86003655Golombek, Bedřichlccn-n85043902Valenta, Edvardlccn-n81138354Beneš, Edvard1884-1948lccn-n87884309Playfair, NigelSir1874-1934lccn-n80086389Masaryk, T. G.(Tomáš Garrigue)1850-1937lccn-n50032568Čapek, Josef1887-1945Selver, Paul1888-1970FictionShort storiesHistoryDramaRecords and correspondenceBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcWorld War (1914-1918)CzechoslovakiaTravelManners and customsČapek, Karel,SoldiersEskimosArctic RegionsSlovak literatureCzech literatureGreat BritainPoetry--TranslatingCzech dramaBeneš, Edvard,Science fiction, CzechNetherlandsMasaryk, T. G.--(Tomáš Garrigue),SpainRobotsEnglandPolitical scienceEuropeCzechsCzech Republic--BohemiaCzech RepublicSlavic literatureRussian poetryOrage, A. R.--(Alfred Richard),New age (London, England)Short stories, CzechCzech poetryDramaShort stories, EnglishAuthors, CzechAuthors, EnglishVočadlo, Otakar,Technological unemploymentTechnological innovationsEnglish literatureSelver, Paul,GolemAndroidsHumanityIdentity (Philosophical concept)PresidentsCzech fictionArmiesPacifismPrisoners of warWar stories18881970190019121916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521954195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119731975197919811982198319851991200120022005200620082010201320146821120461919.8PG5038.C3ocn000944081ocn006337661ocn001738801ocn000875556ocn001012952ocn000959138ocn001591044ocn000491630ocn002928149ocn002962507ocn072434303ocn721155381ocn072341827ocn721159077ocn721464161ocn459725738110628ocn000593302book19300.47Hašek, JaroslavThe good soldier, SchweikFictionA satirical look at army life5918ocn000944081book19320.47Welzl, JanThirty years in the golden northTranslated from the Czech. Wanderings of trapper and trader in Arctic Siberia and Alaska. Possibly fictitious47010ocn006337661book19280.59Beneš, EdvardMy war memoirsHistoryBiography46919ocn000930040book19290.56Selver, PaulAn anthology of Czechoslovak literature38916ocn000732734book19660.66Selver, PaulThe art of translating poetry37514ocn008214771book19230.53Čapek, KarelR.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) : a fantastic melodramaFictionDramaR.U.R.-- written in 1920 -- garnered worldwide acclaim for its author and popularized the word "robot." Mass produced, efficient, and servile labor, Capek's robots remember everything, but lack creative thought, and the Utopian life they provide ultimately lacks meaning.When the robots revolt, killing all but one of their masters, they must atttempt to learn the secret of self-duplication+-+117469139530616ocn000875556book19250.66Čapek, KarelLetters from EnglandRecords and correspondence24111ocn000959138book19330.66Čapek, KarelLetters from Holland23811ocn001217509book19400.74Selver, PaulMasaryk : a biographyBiography2163ocn004773933book19230.47Čapek, KarelR.U.R. (Rossum's universal robots) : a fantastic melodrama in three acts and an epilogueDrama1744ocn001495800book19380.56Čapek, KarelPower and glory; a drama in three acts15611ocn002095111book19190.59Selver, PaulAnthology of modern Slavonic literature in prose and verseCriticism, interpretation, etc1486ocn004826770book19320.27Čapek, KarelTales from two pocketsFictionShort storiesA collection of philosophical crime stories. Typical is The Last Judgment in which God refuses to pass judgment on a man accused of murder, preferring to leave the verdict to a court of men. The reason? Being God he knows everything there is to know, therefore he cannot be an impartial judge. By the author of War with the Newts1364ocn001012952book19260.82Čapek, JosefThe land of many names; a play in three acts and a transformation13316ocn001885863book19380.77Tabouis, Geneviève RBlackmail or warJournalistisk beretning om forspillet til "anschluß"1296ocn002177158book19170.77Selver, PaulModern Russian poetry; texts and translations1266ocn000334910book19590.86Selver, PaulOrage and the New age circle : reminiscences and reflections1218ocn001591044book19310.70Čapek, KarelLetters from Spain1184ocn002635893book19390.79Čapek, KarelThe mother; a play in three acts11212ocn002363532book19200.66Selver, PaulModern Czech poetry+-+5300235666324131ocn000322275book19510.53Čapek, KarelR.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) : a fantastic melodramaFictionDramaR.U.R.-- written in 1920 -- garnered worldwide acclaim for its author and popularized the word "robot." Mass produced, efficient, and servile labor, Capek's robots remember everything, but lack creative thought, and the Utopian life they provide ultimately lacks meaning.When the robots revolt, killing all but one of their masters, they must atttempt to learn the secret of self-duplication+-+1174691395+-+1174691395Thu Oct 16 16:03:29 EDT 2014batch19493