Cyberiad

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First Published in 1967 by Wydawnictwo Literackie

Cyberiad (Polish: Cyberiada) is a series of humorous short stories by Stanislaw Lem.

"These are the stories of Trurl and Klapaucius, master inventors and engineers known as “constructors,” who have created marvels for kingdoms. Friends and rivals, they are constantly outdoing and challenging each other to reveal the next great evolution in cybernetics, and the exploits of these brilliant men are nothing short of incredible. From tales of love, in which a robotic prince must woo a robotic princess enchanted by pleasures of true flesh, to epics of battle, in which the heroic constructors must use their considerable wit to outsmart a monarch obsessed with hunting, to examinations of humanity, wherein Trurl and Klapaucius must confront the limits of their skills and the meaning of true perfection, these stories are rich with profound questions, unimaginable marvels, and remarkable feats."
- From the book summary at Amazon.com[1]

Trurl's Prescription, from Cyberiad by Stanislaw Lem

Sprite Guard - Published on Sep 8, 2015

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