eBook The Lost Face: Best Science Fiction from Czechoslovakia download
by Josef Nesvadba
Author: Josef Nesvadba
Publisher: Taplinger Pub. Co; 1st edition (1971)
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Josef Nesvadba was a psychologist from Czechoslovakia and the best known science fiction writer after his more famous predecessor, Karel Capek
Josef Nesvadba was a psychologist from Czechoslovakia and the best known science fiction writer after his more famous predecessor, Karel Capek. But while science fiction was for Capek an idea he seemed to entertain more than seriously utilize (at least not to where he would be considered a science fiction writer first and foremost, since science fiction was just a small part of his huge output), Nesvadba, as this collection shows and as none other than Brian Aldiss explains in the intro
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Book by Nesvadba, Josef. ISBN13:9780800850203. Release Date:March 1971.
This book is a collection of his famous fantasy stories. The author's characters are the unacknowledged genius inventors (usually mad), Nazis looking for the ultimate weapon, shady skillful surgeons carrying out the horror-like surgeries, and many more. His stories are rather examining morality, ethics, and philosophy then the feats of any future technology. The reader will find a mix of horror, science fiction, and comedy.
Bibliographic Details. Title: THE LOST FACE Best Science Fiction from. Synopsis: Book by Nesvadba, Josef. Publisher: Taplinger Pub. Co, New York.
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The Lost Face: Best Science Fiction from Czechoslovakia (New York: Taplinger Publishing Company, 1971). Panorama of Czech Literature, No 8 (Prague, Czechoslovakia: Panorama Publishing House, 1986). Internet Speculative Fiction Database. The SFE gallery of book covers now has more than 10,000 images: this one seemed appropriate for the 10,000th.
Best Science Fiction from Czechoslovakia. This work contains eight short science fiction stories by Nesvadba. 1971 - New York - Taplinger Publishing Company. An interesting collection of science fiction stories from Josef Nesvadba. In original full cloth binding and held in original unclipped dustwrapper.
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