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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Cyberiad : fables for the cybernetic age.
New York, N.Y. : Seabury Press, c1974
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|Description:||295 p. : illus. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||How the world was saved --
Trurl's machine --
A good shellacking. The Seven Sallies of Trurl and Klapaucius. The First Sally, or The trap of Gargantius --
The First Sally (A), or Trurl's electronic bard --
The Second Sally, or The offer of King Krool --
The Third Sally, or The dragons of probability --
The Fourth Sally, or How Trurl built a femfatalatron to save Prince Pantagoon from the pangs of love, and how later he resorted to a cannonade of babies --
The Fifth Sally, or The mischief of King Balerion --
The Fifth Sally (A), or Trurl's prescription --
The Sixth Sally, or How Trurl and Klapaucius created a demon of the second kind to defeat the Pirate Pugg --
The Seventh Sally, or How Trurl's own perfection led to no good --
Tale of the three storytelling machines of King Genius --
Altruizine. From the Cyphroeroticon, or Tales of deviations, superfixations and aberrations of the heart. Prince Ferrix and the Princess Crystal.
|Series Title:||Continuum book.|
|Responsibility:||Stanislaw Lem ; translated from the Polish by Michael Kandel. Illustrated by Daniel Mróz.|