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Stanislaw Lem
Lem
Bibliography

Books by Stanislaw Lem that have been translated into English:

(These are listed in the order in which they were written, followed by information about their publication in English).

1957: Hospital of the Transfiguration.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1988 (trans. William Brand).

1957: The Star Diaries.
New York: Avon, 1977 (trans. Michael Kandel).

Memoirs of a Space Traveler
San Diego: Harcourt, 1983 (trans. Joel Stern and Maria Swiçicka-Ziemianek).

1959: Eden.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1989 (trans. Marc E. Heine).

1959: The Investigation.
New York: Avon, 1976 (trans. Adele Milch).

1961: Memoirs Found in a Bathtub.
New York: Avon, 1976 (trans. Michael Kandel).

1961: Return From the Stars.
New York: Avon, 1982 (trans. Barbara Marszal and Frank Simpson).

1961: Solaris.
New York: Berkley, 1971 (trans. Joanna Kilmartin and Steve Cox).

1964: The Invincible.
Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1976 (trans. Wendayne Ackerman).

1964: Mortal Engines.
New York: Avon, 1982 (trans. Michael Kandel).

1965: The Cyberiad: Fables for the Cybernetic Age.
New York: Avon, 1976 (trans. Michael Kandel).

1966: Highcastle: A Remembrance.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1995 (trans. Michael Kandel).

1959-68: Tales of Pirx the Pilot.
New York: Avon, 1981 (trans. Louis Iribarne).

1968: His Master's Voice.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1983 (trans. Michael Kandel).

1971: The Futurological Congress.
New York: Avon, 1976 (trans. Michael Kandel).

1971: A Perfect Vacuum.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1983 (trans. Michael Kandel).

1973: Imaginary Magnitude.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1985 (trans. Marc E. Heine).

1976: The Chain of Chance.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1984 (trans. Louis Iribarne).

1981: Golem XIV (published in English as part of Imaginary Magnitude)

1965-83: More Tales of Pirx the Pilot.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1983 (trans. Louis Iribarne, Magdalena Majcherczyk, and Michael Kandel).

Collection of essays: Microworlds: Writings on Science Fiction and Fantasy.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1984 (ed. Franz Rottensteiner).

1984-6: One Human Minute.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1986 (trans. Catherine S. Leach).

1987: Peace on Earth.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1994 (trans. Michael Kandel with Elinor Ford).

1987: Fiasco.
San Diego: Harcourt, 1988 (trans. Michael Kandel).

 

Critical Works on Stansislaw Lem

Davis, J. Madison, Stanislaw Lem.
Mercer Island, Starmont House, 1990 (Starmont Reader's Guide #32).
The best general work on Lem in English, with a chapter devoted to each of the major novels and story-cycles.

Swirski, Peter, A Stanislaw Lem Reader.
Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1997.
The title is misleading; this book contains two interesting interviews with Lem (conducted by Swirski), as well as an essay by Lem discussing which aspects of his futurological work in the 60's seem to be coming true and which were on the wrong track. A good, up-to-date bibliography.

Ziegfield, Richard E., Stanislaw Lem.
New York: Ungar, 1985.
Contains a useful biographical sketch in the first chapter.

 

--Nathan M. Powers
15 October 1999



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